The lives of stars are often like an open book with little privacy due to the paparazzi. BIGBANG‘s G-Dragon, who knows very well what it is like to be exposed to the camera 24/7, revealed that he didn’t have pictures of himself hung up in his house for this reason.
On the episode of OnStyle’s “Style Live” aired on June 25, G-Dragon revealed the inside of his art exhibition, “PEACEMINUSONE.”
G-Dragon transformed his pictorials into virtual cubes, and while presenting the pieces, he says, “I’m actually not the type of person to put up pictures of myself at home.”
“Though I try to avoid hanging up my photos because my job requires me to be exposed to the camera anyways, this exhibition gave me the opportunity to choose my favorite picture. Each picture here has been hand picked by me from a spectrum of pictorial images taken over the past few years.”
G-Dragon collaborated with 14 modern art teams to display his vision of culture through the language of modern contemporary art at his exhibition “PEACEMINUSONE.” “PEACEMINUSONE” is another word for G-Dragon’s ideal world, meaning the crossing point (ONE) between a PEACEful world and reality’s lack of peace (MINUS.)
It will be held in Seoul from August 9 to 23, then move on to Shanghai, Singapore and major Asian countries.