Art & Design

Horyon Lee’s multiple exposure voyeristic paintings (yes, paintings)

Horyon Lee is a Korean artist that creates unique voyeuristic paintings simulating the multiple exposure photography effect though several layers of  opaque paint showing up to 3 moments at once. The artist opts to focus solely on specific parts of the female form, while some of the subjects seem to be aware of an audience, yet others act as if the have no idea of the voyeur’s presence. His artwork captures an intense eroticism through movement and discretely revealing realism.

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