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Sook Kim's 'Saturday Night' Exposes the Lives of Hotel Occupants

 - Oct 17, 2011
References: kiminsook & mymodernmet
The 'Saturday Night' photo series is every voyeur's dream come true. There is no need for binoculars, concealing bushes or darkened streets to enjoy this collection of images. Instead, all one must do is visit the New Photography in Korea II exhibit at Galerie Paris-Beijing in Paris or purchase the art book also titled Saturday Night.

Shot by photographer Sook Kim based in South Korea, the Saturday Night photo series conveniently and excitingly exposes the lives of hotel occupants. Barred windows show 66 different colorful scenes that range from the sad and deranged to the daring and naughty. According to My Modern Met, "Kim explains she is not being critical of the perverse behavior within the hotel, but says she is merely an observer."