For the opening of the 2013/2014 season the Paris-Beijing Gallery presents New Photography in Korea, a group show devoted to Korea’s recent photographic output. Starting in the late 20th century, Korea experienced a burst of economic development that transformed the “Land of Serene Mornings” from a mostly rural country to a highly industrialized nation.
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