Wearable Foods is a series of works by Korean artist Yeonju Sung in which photographs depict exquisite models of clothing made from foodstuffs – aubergine in this case.

Sung’s work appears currently in Ahn-Nyung/Hello: an introduction to Korean contemporary art, a group show which also features work by Hyung Kwan Kim, Seok Kim and Jin Young Yu, at LeBasse Projects in Culver City, California until February 19 lebasseprojects.com

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