October 9, 2005-January 8, 2006
This exhibition featured the conceptual fashion of Dr. KeySook Geum, an internationally known Korean designer, teacher, and scholar. Geum's elegant works usually take the form of clothing - dresses, jackets, and coats. Often made from strands of wire and silk, these transparent web-like sculptures are enlivened with the addition of beads, sequins, feathers, coral, and amber.
Exhibition curator: Dr. Marilyn DeLong; published by The Goldstein Museum of Design & Hong-Ik University
32 pages, color images
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