The South Korean artist painting a Yorkshire chapel with prismatic light

Five hundred acres of voluptuous hillsides are peppered with wandering eyes, concrete lumps and hollowed Hepworths, all cohabiting the landscape with grazing sheep. Yorkshire Sculpture Park is perhaps one of the only sites in the UK where you might confuse an ovine watering trough with a modernist sculpture. Now it also houses the only chapel where you might experience an actual divine intervention at the hands of South Korean artist Kimsooja. The park’s 18th-century deconsecrated chapel has been...

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