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Tree Series by South Korean Photographer Myoung Ho Lee. At first glance, I thought this was an installation that involved life-sized image.

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Framed Nature, Myoung Ho Lee Myoung Ho Lee’s photos use a complicated process to create a simple image: trees separated from their surroundings, hinting at the world.

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Tree is South Korean photographer Myoung Ho Lee’s beautiful series of a variety of trees captured with a camera in different seasons and locations.

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A tree is just a tree. That is, until you put a canvas behind it, turning it into a living piece of art. That’s exactly what South Korean artist Myoung Ho Lee did and we couldn’t be happier with the.

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Unexpected Art Makes City Dwellers Reassess Familiar Urban Spaces

“The unifying theme of all these pieces is that they make you stop in your tracks and go ‘Where did that come from?

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Photographer Myoung Ho Lee captured the beauty of trees in a unique and tricky way. With his production crew, ropes, bars, and cranes, he created a canvas backdrop for different trees in all four seasons at varying times of day.

Totaviva, Earth – South Korean photographer Myoung Ho Lee does something rather simple—and rather similar to the working process of the late legend Richard Ave.

A tree is just a tree. That is, until you put a canvas behind it, turning it into a living piece of art. That’s exactly what South Korean artist Myoung Ho Lee did and we couldn’t be happier with the result.

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Totaviva, Earth – South Korean photographer Myoung Ho Lee does something rather simple—and rather similar to the working process of the late legend Richard Ave.

Myoung Ho Lee photographs solitary trees, separated against the natural environment with a simple white canvas. Exploring ideas on nature, art, reality and how we perceive the world.

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A tree is just a tree. That is, until you put a canvas behind it, turning it into a living piece of art. That’s exactly what South Korean artist Myoung Ho Lee did and we couldn’t be happier with the.

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Photographs of Outdoor Trees Framed by Giant White Canvases Tree 6 2008

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From Korean Artist Project, Myoung Ho Lee, Tree Ink on Paper, 155 × 130 cm

For a series simply titled “Tree,” Photographer Myoung Ho Lee, with the help of several aides and two cranes, set up a x white canvas behind a variety of kinds of tr…

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Myoung Ho Lee: "It’s a deceptively simple trick, a way of foregrounding what would ordinarily be background. The purity of the final image belies the incredibly complicated rigging that makes it possible — a process that usually involves industrial cranes, ropes and numerous artisans. Lee, 37, retouches the photographs to erase any trace of his own hand. 'If the mechanics of the artwork were visible, it would be easier for people to recognize the scale and the method,' he said."
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From the series: Tree Abroad

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Myoung Ho Lee: "It’s a deceptively simple trick, a way of foregrounding what would ordinarily be background. The purity of the final image belies the incredibly complicated rigging that makes it possible — a process that usually involves industrial cranes, ropes and numerous artisans. Lee, 37, retouches the photographs to erase any trace of his own hand. 'If the mechanics of the artwork were visible, it would be easier for people to recognize the scale and the method,' he said."

Myoung Ho Lee: "It’s a deceptively simple trick, a way of foregrounding what would ordinarily be background. The purity of the final image belies the incredibly complicated rigging that makes it possible — a process that usually involves industrial cranes, ropes and numerous artisans. Lee, 37, retouches the photographs to erase any trace of his own hand. 'If the mechanics of the artwork were visible, it would be easier for people to recognize the scale and the method,' he said."

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South Korean artist Myoung Ho Lee captured single trees against rectangular white backdrops, resulting in a series of graphic still life landscapes.

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from the series Tree Abroad by Myoung Ho Lee Photograph: Myoung Ho Lee, Courtesy Yossi Milo Gallery, New York

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