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Date/ 2002
Artist(Credit Line)/ Nam June Paik
Classification/ Painting
Dimensions / 76.2×91.4cm

At the bottom of the painting is written 金剛山 瀑㳍, a waterfall in Mt. Geumgang, the Diamond Mountains, in which the last character seems to be a typo made by adding 氵meaning water, to 布 to unfold. The mountain ranges are portrayed in black bold strokes of a brush recalling the traditional methods to express mountains and rocks to create a three-dimensional effect. And the cascading waterfalls are added over them in blue. This work is reminiscent of traditional Korean paintings of Geumgang’s Manpok Valley. When Nam June Paik was asked, in an interview with the Korean press in 2004, what he would most like to do when back in Korea, he said Mt. Geumgang where he visited together with his families when he was three years old.
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Korea Open Government License
Korea Open Government License
Attribution (BY), Non-commercial (NC), No Derivative Works (ND)