by Margaret Condon Taylor
Dec 7 - Jan 12, 2018
As a Peace Corps volunteer in Seoul in 1969, U-M alumna Margaret Condon Taylor (PhD psychology) photographed the changing scenes of ordinary Korean life in a rapidly modernizing society. These photographs are being exhibited for the first time in nearly fifty years.
Photographs were selected in collaboration with Associate Professor Youngju Ryu, Asian Languages and Cultures, and Professor David Chung, Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design.
This exhibition is made possible by the Institute for the Humanities and the Nam Center for Korean Studies with the generous support of the Friends of Korea. The Nam Center is celebrating its tenth anniversary.