South Korean art exhibition titled "Oops" opens in Beijing

Xu Fei China Plus Published: 2018-01-09 13:59:04
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A piece titled "DDinggu," created by South Korean artist Seung Koo Lee, is on display at the Parkview Green Art facility in Beijing. "DDinggu," which was his nickname for growing up, is part of his solo exhibition "Oops," which will run until this March. [Photo provided to China Plus]

A piece titled "DDinggu," created by South Korean artist Seung Koo Lee, is on display at the Parkview Green Art facility in Beijing. "DDinggu," which was his nickname for growing up, is part of his solo exhibition "Oops," which will run until this March. [Photo provided to China Plus]

A piece titled "DDinggu," created by South Korean artist Seung Koo Lee, is on display at the Parkview Green Art facility in Beijing. "DDinggu," which was his nickname for growing up, is part of his solo exhibition "Oops," which will run until this March. [Photo provided to China Plus]

A piece titled "DDinggu," created by South Korean artist Seung Koo Lee, is on display at the Parkview Green Art facility in Beijing. "DDinggu," which was his nickname for growing up, is part of his solo exhibition "Oops," which will run until this March. [Photo provided to China Plus]

A piece titled "DDinggu," created by South Korean artist Seung Koo Lee, is on display at the Parkview Green Art facility in Beijing. "DDinggu," which was his nickname for growing up, is part of his solo exhibition "Oops," which will run until this March. [Photo provided to China Plus]

A piece titled "DDinggu," created by South Korean artist Seung Koo Lee, is on display at the Parkview Green Art facility in Beijing. "DDinggu," which was his nickname for growing up, is part of his solo exhibition "Oops," which will run until this March. [Photo provided to China Plus]

A piece titled "DDinggu," created by South Korean artist Seung Koo Lee, is on display at the Parkview Green Art facility in Beijing. "DDinggu," which was his nickname for growing up, is part of his solo exhibition "Oops," which will run until this March. [Photo provided to China Plus]

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