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The State Department put the ban into effect through Aug. 31, 2019. "The safety and security of U.S. citizens overseas is one of our highest priorities," a State Department official said in a statement emailed to UPI. "The travel warning for North Korea remains in place -- the Department of State strongly warns U.S. citizens not to travel to North Korea." The department first announced the ban on U.S. citizens traveling to North Korea in July 2017 after the death of American Otto Warmbier, who visited the country in 2016. He was ultimately convicted of stealing a propaganda poster, spent 18 months in prison and returned home in June in a coma. He died days later. RELATED North Korea's Ri Sol Ju no longer 'lady,' but 'comrade' The ban provides some exceptions for people traveling to North Korea "for extremely limited purposes," namely in national interest.
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Covering the entirety of one wall is Damien Hirst’s “Aurous Cyanide”, a unique piece acquired by Paradise City as part of its permanent collection. Being one of the most famous pieces of his Spot Painting series, “Aurous Cyanide” is the world’s largest single canvas painting at 9 by 3 metres and plays on the themes of life and death in a range of bright colours, with a title that directly infers chemical toxicity. Special exhibition halls on the first and second floor respectively exhibit massive installations by two Korean artists that consider the beauty of the colour — black. The viewers can encounter the overwhelming power generated by traditional materials of charcoal and ink in the works presented in the form of contemporary art. The ground-level hall showcases “Issu du feu”, a work by Korean artist Lee Bae which brings together hundreds of charcoal pieces on Korean hanji paper. A combination of rough texture of charcoal and hanji paper smoothly absorbing various angles of lights offers visual delight to the viewers. Upstairs on the second floor, “All of Sudden, Drawing the Space”, an installation by Kim Hodeuk awaits visitors. The hanji papers on the wind and smoothly waving inky water are placed harmoniously, creating a tranquil rhythm. As its title suggests, the shadow cast by the installation on surrounding white walls purposefully forms part of the work. When the viewer’s eyes turn away from the work, they are invited to another world “drawn in the space”.
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