It’s no mystery why North Korea is known as the Hermit Kingdom. The government, officially called the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, relies on a combination of isolation and propaganda to communicate its image to its citizens and the world. Because it’s so hard to get into, chances are we in the west won’t get to see the “real” North Korea in person any time soon.
But an exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Photography at Colombia College in Chicago, called “North Korean Perspectives,” attempts to pull the veil back, revealing a juxtaposition between images read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com