Seung Hoon Park

* 2017 Paris

Eiffel Tower (Textus #250)
Shakespeare and Company (Textus #251)
Montmartre 1 (Textus #252)
Le Bateau Lavoir (Textus #253)
Notre Dame 1(Textus #254-1)
Montmartre 2(Textus #265)
Notre Dame 2 (Textus #257)
Montmartre 3 (Textus #262)
Biblioteque Nationale (Textus #264)

2015 New Textus

Esplanade, Singapore (Textus #193-1)
High Angle, Salzburg (Textus #175-1)
Wein National Opera House (Textus #173)
Berlin Dome (Textus #161)
Prater Park, Wein (Textus #144)
Maldives 3 (Textus #222)
Wall, Salzburg (Textus #163)
Maldives 2 (Textus #221-1)
Social Science Library, Prague (Textus #133-1)
Maldives 1 (Textus #220)

Eastern Europe

Astronomical Clock, Prague, Czech (Textus #128-1)
Concert House, Berlin, Germany (Textus #142-1)
Prater Park, Wien, Austria (Textus #144-1)
Munich, Germany (Textus #145-1)
Kohlmarket Strasse, Wein, Austria (Textus #146-1)
Smetana Concert Hall, Prague (Textus #148-1)
Michaelertor, Wien, Austria (Textus #151-1)
Salzburg, Austria (Textus #152-1) (Countryside location for “Sound of Music”)
St. Stephensdom, Wien, Austria (Textus #154-1)
Smetana Concert Hall, Prague (Textus #156-1)

New York, USA

Wall Street, NY
Grand Central Station, NY (Textus #203-1)
In Front of the Dakota, NY (Textus #204)
New York Public Library (Textus #206-1)

Textus

Trevi Fountain, Italy (Textus #052-1)
Textus #053-1
Colosseum, Rome. Italy (Textus #055-1)
That Luang, Loas (Textus #062-1)
Duomo, Siena, Italy (Textus #097-1)
Textus #106-1
Vaci Road, Budapest, Hungary (Textus #122)
Bookstore, Milan, Italy (Textus #068)
Textus #074
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Seung Hoon Park, an artist from Seoul, S. Korea, is creating the most unusual images with the use of an 8×10″ camera and threading the film to mimick the look of woven textiles.

Seung Hoon Park uses both 8mm and 16mm films to create his work, each with a different outcome.

Many of his photographs are from Italy: Rome, Milan and Venice; Eastern Europe and most recently Mr.Park traveled to the USA where he photographed extensively in New York City!