Traces of Life: Seen Through Korean Eyes, 1945-1992
“Traces of Life: Seen Through Korean Eyes, 1945-1992” captures the details of Korean people's everyday lives between 1945 and 1992. The exhibition features 27 photographs taken by the first generation of Korean realists, thirteen pioneers whose works evoke nostalgia for a nation in a radical transition from its past. Curator Chang Jae Lee describes the exhibition as featuring "exuberant visual diversity" and "anthropologically important aspects of the nearly forgotten past."
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at Hanover Theatre for the Performing ArtsThu 11/14 8:00p