Friday, April 9, 2010

"Unguarded Moment" - Steve McCurry in Seoul

Of course, there's the haunting green stare of that "Afghan girl" on the June 1985 cover of National Geographic (identified as Sharbat Gula in a 2002 sequel), and that old man saving his sewing machine from the flood, not to mention those flamingo fishermen... but American photographer Steve McCurry caught much more "Unguarded Moments" for the visitors to this exhibition at Sejong Cultural Center, clustered around 5 thematics : Place (as usual, Asia), Meaning (mostly portraits), Art, Immanent Power (more uplifting), and Composition (generally groups).

"Unguarded Moments" - Steve McCurry
Sejong Cultural Center, Main Exhibition Hall - 81-3 Sejongno, Jongno-gu, Seoul, ROK
Dates: 2010/04/08-05/30
Tel: +82.2.3412.1700 (via : 1544-0113)

Seoul Village 2010

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