Ho Ryon Lee’s Double Exposure Paintings

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I keep looking at Korean painter Ho Ryon Lee’s paintings waiting for them to move. Double exposures are often used in photography as a way to simulate movement and mood. But these paintings make me feel like a dirty old man and make my eye bounce from the edges to the center and back to the edges again. Does their perfectly painted beauty seem to initially hide their pervy upskirt tease factor? By the time your brain figures out the layered image/motion, you get trapped in a shame stare spiral for looking. – Atta

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