Wrapping Traditions: Korean Textiles Now Museum of Craft and Folk Art

Avila, Susan Taber
April 2012
Surface Design Journal;Spring2012, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p56
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the art exhibition "Wrapping Traditions: Korean Textiles Now," which featured the work of various Korean artists including Bok Hee Lee, Sungsoon Lee and Heeson Yoo, held at the Museum of Craft and Folk Art in San Francisco, California, from June 17th through October 22, 2011.


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