Financial Times Article

Updated: Mar 26

Daniel Benjamin Gallery's booth at Sunday Art Fair has been featured in the Financial Times, with a mention by the great Rachel Spence:

“(…) Meanwhile, prize for the most eccentric work must go to a kinetic installation by Korean artist Shinuk Suh at London’s Daniel Benjamin gallery. With two rubbery silicon silhouettes continually slapped into motion by a disembodied man, it prompted one costumer to ask gallery co-director Andrea Maffioli if the hand was supposed to belong to Boris Johnson. “It isn’t!” said Maffioli, sounding a little bemused. Nevertheless, when it comes to making deals, the current generation of politicians could learn a thing or two from these snappy Sunday traders.” Read the full article here