The Amorepacific Museum of Art is circling back with a third edition of its collection, returning to contemporary art after a major exhibition of its Asian art from before the modern period. The exhibition “APMA, Chapter Three” is the third exhibition presented by the museum since it has showcased the cosmetics giant Amorepacific Group’s art collection since 2019. Featuring contemporary art, the show presents around 50 artworks by renowned artists from Korea and abroad. Installations by Korean artists Lee Bul and Choe U-ram are on display in one exhibition hall as a highlight of the show. Lee’s work on display includes “Crush,” “After Bruno Taut,” and “Cyborg W7,” which question human desires and our frustration from our pursuit of perfection. Choe explores excessive desire in relation to technological development through his kinetic sculptures of mechanical creatures. Choe’s “Ultima Mudfox,” which is the artist’s very first Anima-Machine series, is presented at the exhibition.