This is the first monograph on the Korean contemporary artist, Kwang Young Chun
John C. Welchman is Professor of Art History at the University of California, San Diego. He has written for numerous publications including "Artforum," the "New York Times," the "International Herald Tribune," and the "Economist." His books include "Invisible Colours: A Visual History of Titles," "Modernism Relocated: Towards a Cultural Studies of Visual Modernity," "Art After Appropriation: Essays on Art in the 1990s," and "XX to XXI: Essays on Contemporary European Art." He is editor of "Rethinking Borders, Institutional Critique and After"; "The Aesthetics of Risk, Black Sphinx: On the Comedic in Modern Art, Sculpture and the Vitrine" and the collected writings of Mike Kelley (in three volumes to date). Carter Ratcliff is a leading art critic and contributing editor to "Art in America." He has received the College Art Association's Frank Jewett Mather Award for Art Criticism, a Guggenheim Fellowship, two Art Critics Grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, and a Poets Foundation Grant. His books include "Andy Warhol," "Gilbert & George," and "The Fate of a Gesture: Jackson Pollock and Post-War American Art."