Photographer Spotlight: Kyungsub Shin

Kyungsub Shin’s photo of the APAP 2010 Pavilion in Seoul appears in our Summer Issue feature on contemporary South Korean architecture. Image courtesy Kyungsub Shin.South Korean photographer Kyungsub Shin has captured some of his country’s most unique architecture on film, from Mass Studies’ APAP Open Pavilion to BCHO Architect’s Twin Tree Towers. He studied photography at Kaywon School of Art & Design and philosophy at Yonsei University, gaining experience through artistic collaboration. It wasn’t until a few years ago that his interests broadened to photographing architecture. You’ll find more of his work in our Summer Issue and at

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