Photographers have been playing with the multiple exposure technique a lot lately and now South Korean artist Horyon Lee has followed suit with similar images executed in oil paint. Yet his blurred artworks serve a specific purpose. Horyon Lee focuses on voyeuristic subject matter that would be a lot more raunchy if it weren't for the strategic use of 'multiple exposures.'
Currently studying at the London College of Communication in the United Kingdom, Horyon Lee teases the line between obscuring and revealing. Feminine and sensual, his works of art are full of stillness and movement as well. Yet it is the suggestiveness and flirtation of Horyon Lee's images that will really draw in his audience. Overall, his work is visually captivating.
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