Jeju Island or Jeju-do — the biggest island and the smallest province of South Korea — is a hidden gem in Asia with its pristine forests, volcanoes, and waterfalls; a World Heritage site; a true mecca for Korean travelers. The artist invites us to embark on a journey to the heart of the island, where the perpetual motion of nature is captured by the eye of the camera, discovering timelessness in a frozen moment. All photographs are shot on black and white film and printed on paper, which is quite similar to the traditional paper used in Asian art. The […]
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