디자이너 서도호에 관한 영어 리서치 페이퍼입니다.
작가의 어린시절 기억과 그의 작품이 어떤 연관이 있는지 대한 내용입니다.
문법 교정 받았습니다.
People keep diaries or take pictures in order to cherish their memories or commemorate their special events. Also, people want to keep recollections about places, time, and the feelings that they felt at that time. To recollect the memories of their childhood or their past experiences is similar to reading the stories about themselves as in an autobiography. In addition, people gain a time for self-reflection to look into their current selves with new eyes through their past. Many artists also create their distinctive style of art by using their experiences and feelings. Particularly, Doho Suh, a contemporary Korean artist, creates his artworks with his experience and his childhood memories.
Doho Suh was born in Seoul, Korea, in 1962. He got a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Oriental Painting from Seoul National University and then after finishing his mandatory service in the South Korean military, he studied abroad in the Rhode Island School of Design and Yale University in the United States. Today, he lives and works in New York and Seoul, and his artwork is represented in museums in various countries. His artwork started from the personal event of moving from his own country to America. In most of his artworks, he shows his feelings as a Korean artist in America,
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