Born in 1971, Noh Suntag is one of the most prominent photographers in South Korea, known for his unconventional aesthetic that combines the documentary and the fictional. Noh produces photographs that detail real-life situations related to the division of Korean Peninsula, and how it has permeated the daily lives of the Korean people and distorted the entire society. His projects are usually developed over the course of several years such as his notable series the StrAnge Ball (2004-2007) about the military presence of the U.S. Armed Forces in a small village in South Korea. Noh has exhibited internationally, and his work is a part of museum collections in Korea and Germany. In 2014, he was the winner of the prestigious Korea Artist Prize.