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ON-AIR Project 16-8, The India Series, Chandini Chowk in Old Delhi, eight-hour exposure, 2007, chromogenic print, 188 × 248 cm, 96 × 126 cm

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ON-AIR Project 150-4, The China Series, Tiananmen Square in Beijing, eight-hour exposure, 2007, chromogenic print, 191 × 312 cm, 106 × 172 cm


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ON-AIR Project 150-28, The China Series, Nanjing Road in Shanghai, eight-hour exposure, 2007, chromogenic print, 158 × 312 cm, 106 × 209 cm

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ON-AIR Project 150-35, The China Series, Nanjing Road in Shanghai, eight-hour exposure, 2007, chromogenic print, 158 × 312 cm, 106 × 209 cm

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ON-AIR Project 110-1, The New York Series, Times Square, eight-hour exposure, 2005, chromogenic print, 188 × 248 cm, 96 × 126 cm

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ON-AIR Project 110-2, The New York Series, Times Square, eight-hour exposure, 2005, chromogenic print, 188 × 248 cm, 96 × 126 cm

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ON-AIR Project 051, Couples, Fifteen Couples, 2004, chromogenic print, 188 × 233 cm, 96 × 118 cm

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ON-AIR Project 08, Reclining Woman, Fifteen Women, 2005, chromogenic print, 188 × 233 cm, 96 × 118 cm

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ON-AIR Project 0043-1, Suwolgwaneum, Fifteen Women, 2004, chromogenic print, 188 × 233 cm, 96 × 118 cm


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ON-AIR Project 082, Maria, Fifteen Couples, 2005, chromogenic print, 188 × 233 cm, 96 × 118 cm

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ON-AIR Project 043, Bangasayu, Fifteen Men, 2004, chromogenic print, 188 × 233 cm, 96 × 118 cm

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The Museum Project #001, The Field Series, 1995, chromogenic print


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The Museum Project #011, The Field Series, 1995, chromogenic print

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The Museum Project #002, The Field Series, 1995, chromogenic print

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The Museum Project #079, The War Veteran Series, 1999, chromogenic print

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The Museum Project #046, The People Series, 1998, chromogenic print

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The Museum Project #050, The People Series, 1998, chromogenic print

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The Museum Project #022, The Holocaust Series, 1997, chromogenic print

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The Museum Project #022, The Holocaust Series, 1997, chromogenic print

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Atta Kim

Atta Kim was born in South Korea in 1956. His solo exhibition, AttaKim: ON-AIR, was accepted for the Collateral Events of the 53rd International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia in 2009. He also has had solo exhibitions at the International Center of Photography, New York, in 2006; Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, Rodin Gallery, Seoul, in 2008; the Society of Contemporary Photography, Kansas, in 2001; the Nikon Salon, Tokyo, in 1993; and has participated in numerous group exhibitions, including shows at the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea, in 2008; the Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, in 2007; Sotheby's Contemporary Art Asia: Presenting 30 Top Asian Artists, Miami, in 2007; Gwangju Biennale in 2004; the Australian Center for Photography, Sydney, in 2002; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, in 2002; the 25th Sao Paulo Biennale in 2002; the traveling exhibition Translated Acts: Performance and Body Art from East Asia in 2001; FotoFest, Houston, in 2000; and the Odens Foto Triennale, Odens, Denmark, in 2000. Atta Kim received several awards including the 6th Hachonghyun Art Award; 6th Dong-gang Photo Prize; 4th Lee Myoung Dong Photo Prize; 1st Hanam International Photo Prize, and Annual Artist's Prize of Photography Art magazine in 1997. His...

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ISSN
1944-6500
Print ISSN
1939-6120
Pages
pp. 193-208
Launched on MUSE
2010-05-22
Open Access
No
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