The star at this year’s Nuart is undoubtedly David Choe, the American and Korean descendent artist whose work has been defined as compellingly repulsive, dirty, politically incorrect and chaotic, but also beautiful, impulsive and energetic and where beauty almost always emerges from the mess.
This new installation is no exception, the beauty comes from the darkest corners of the room and the somehow disturbing characters just seem to witness our astonishment and admiration. Certainly a great contribution to Nuart and the Beer Halls at Tou Scene where the exhibition is held.
Opening Hours. Sept 7- Oct 20
Tues-Fri : 1200-1700
Sat & Sun : 1100-1600.
Pics via Goblin Magazine and the festival
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