Since its opening in 2005, Seoul, KOREA, Gallery KONG has been committed to presenting the work of the most current and significant Korean and international contemporary artists. For the Paris Photo L.A, composed of a group of contemporary artists from diverse cultural backgrounds including Korea’s most respected photographer Jungman, Kim, Sookang, Kim, Leenam, Lee, Bohnchang, Koo, Gangwoo, Lee, with European photographers; a master of black and white photography Michael Kenna, a world renowned Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf, a pioneer of mise en scéne photography Bernard Faucon, Gallery Kong’s exhibition pushes the boundaries between the east and the west.
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