The 50 Most Political Art Pieces of the Past 15 Years

41. Who Wants To Live Forever by Jo Seub, 2008

Seub's violent photographic tableaux deal with the corruption of Korean society casr in dark humor. His series Who Wants To Live Forever engages material greed and economic conditions as the cause of and endpoint of human rights violations. Seub takes imagery from the biblical to the modern, fusing each piece with a well of cultural clashes.

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