Korean artist Do Ho Suh is best known for his spookily transparent, room-scale installations. This exhibition at Lehmann Maupin in New York, however, focusses on the role of drawing in Suh’s work. On display are works on paper - in pencil, pen, ink and watercolour – as well as large-scale ‘rubbings’, where the artist covers significant architectural features with vellum and rubs the surface with coloured pencil or graphite.

The show is accompanied by video documentary of the making of Company Housing of Gwangju Theatre, created in memory of the 1980 ‘Gwangju Uprising’ and aiming to tell untold stories from abandoned spaces.