Another cracking show at the always interesting Gallery 46. Jung Sang-Sub’s repetitive paintings of parts of Korean society – faceless businessmen, marching soldiers, people in gas-masks – playfully poke fun at the country’s battle between individualism and conformity. In pastel colours and cookie-cutter shapes Sang-Sub questions the rigidity of a society that reduces people to constituent parts. Beautiful, thought-provoking and wise, this is well worth seeing.
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