Korean photographer Biduri will exhibit a total of 20 photographs of inhabitants in a man-made natural zoo, including "Lesser Panda Sangkeum-i," "South American fur sea," and "Ring-tailed lemur."
For the past ten years since 2009, the artist has been working on zoo-related photography. His works range from bright and warm images capturing the love and friendship of animals to those that evoke tears and sorrow through these trapped animals.
In this exhibition, he will reveal large-sized 150cm x 100cm photograph prints printed on Korean traditional paper, hanji, as well as photographcs printed in A4 size. Utilizing the qualities of the photographic medium, the artist has expanded the scope of viewing by producing works with varying sizes.
Lee Sang-mi, director of LEESANG ART Co. noted, "Living World: Humankind and Nature 展 is an exhibition where one can think about people and nature again through the photographs of French artist Jean-Juien Pous and Korean artist Biduri. In particular, the Lesser Panda "Sangkeum-i," an endangered animal due to environmental pollution and indiscriminate poaching, was popular among visitors all throughout the exhibition for its cute appearance...as the exhibition end date is less than a week away, I hope you will make your way towards LEESANG ART."