BTS V Featured in Korean Artist Sang-cheol Shin’s ‘The Strata of Remembrance’ Exhibition as Artwork

There is no denying that BTS V is among the Kings of Visuals and rightly so. His structured, almost sculpted facial features have been the admiration of many. V in front of the camera, in life and on stage exudes a certain confidence and self awareness that captures many hearts as he cannot be easily forgotten. He himself is the definition of ART. V is an inspiration to many from artists, other musicians, ARMY, writers. He made the phrase “I Purple You” and “Borahae” to be the definition of the relationship between BTS and ARMY. It is no surprise that V is a prefect muse for the arts, music and acting.

BTS’ V was recently featured as artwork in Korean Artist Sang-cheol Shin’s Exhibition ‘The Strata of Remembrance’. He joined other global stars like Freddie Mercury (The Beatles) and John Lennon in the exhibition that is to take place until the 24th.

“In commemoration of the pre-expansion of Yongin Museum of Modern and Contemporary History, the invitational exhibition of artist Sang-cheol Shin is on display until the 24th. The theme of this exhibition is “The Layer of Memory” and the artist Shin expressed the vitality in the layer of memory using consonants and vowels of Hangeul.” Source

The exhibition is displayed at Yongin Modern & Contemporary History Museum. The Museum of Modern and Contemporary History Damda is open from 10am to 6 pm, and the exhibition will be held until the 24th.

BTS V as art by Sang-cheol Shin
BTS V as art by Sang-cheol Shin

The artist is not the only one who knows that V is art, even BTS members have praised V’s visuals in one of their episodes leaving V blushing as they praised him.

“Look here, look, Taehyung is art” Suga

“V’s face is art.” “It is.”

BTS V

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