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    The Song of Bamboo Spear, 1987
    woodcut print
    90 × 67.5 cm

    The Battle at Jungang-ro, 1987
    linocut print
    77 × 65 cm

    Vomit, 1987
    linocut print
    71 × 57.5 cm
    May 18 Memorial Foundation Collection

    Stop Chasing Me, 1987
    linocut print
    71 × 57.5 cm

    Against Foreign Powers, The History of Geumgang, 1987
    woodcut print
    78 × 50 cm
    Chonnam National University Museum Collection

     

    Sang-ho Lee (b. 1961, Gwangju, Korea) graduated from the Department of Painting at Chosun University, and had solo exhibitions such as Standing on the Crossroad of History (DS Gallery, Gwangju, 2015), The Story of Buddha Painted with Pencil (Mugaksa Lotus Gallery, Gwangju, 2018), and has been actively carrying out his practice including participation in group exhibitions such as The 40th Anniversary of May 18 Democratization Movement-May Art Festival Face up to the History Exhibition (Gwangju Museum of Art – Geumnamro Gallery, 2020), and Resistance and Memory (Nabillera Art Museum, Naju, Korea, 2019).