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March 4, 2016 Back To News

Brooklyn Rail Reviews Jong Oh


Brooklyn Rail reviews Jong Oh in an insightful and illustrative article by Taney Roniger.

“Especially in the West, so scant is our awareness of negative space—of the gaps, pauses, and silences between things—that it often takes a great poet to bring it to our attention. With a kind of poetry of his own, Korean artist Jong Oh does just this—and to unusually powerful effect.”

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