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Phase.O Free Drawing "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer.

"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer.

"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited


"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer.

"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer.

"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer.

Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited


"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visit"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited


Phase.Fo Idea develop "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visit"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited


Phase.Fi Visualization at 3D "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visit"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer.


Phase.Si Mock-up "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visit"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited"No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer. "No Patience for Monuments," a new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin Seoul, brings works of 12 artists who question the historic ways of a male-centric society and monumentalize this history. Valentine Blondel, director of Galerie Perrotin New York, organized this exhibit after seeing women rallying for their rights when she visited Seoul last summer.


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