SFO Museum Presents // Dual Natures in Ceramics: Eight Contemporary Artists from Korea

Two Mindy Solomon Gallery artists, Lee Inchin and Lee Kang Hyo, are included in the display Dual Natures in Ceramics: Eight Contemporary Artists from Korea, at the San Francisco International Airport Terminal 3, from May 2014-February 2015.

Translated Vases // 2014 // Yeesookyung // Ceramic shards, epoxy, 24k gold leaf // Lent by the artist courtesy of Locks Gallery

Translated Vases // 2014 // Yeesookyung // Ceramic shards, epoxy, 24k gold leaf // Lent by the artist courtesy of Locks Gallery

Dual Natures in Ceramics: Eight Contemporary Artists from Korea features seventy-five stunning contemporary artworks created by some of Korea’s most respected artists.  Co-organized by SFO Museum and the Asian Art Museum, the exhibition explores the meaning and beauty of Korean ceramics in the twenty-first century through artworks by Kim Yik-yung, Lee Inchin, Lee Kang Hyo, Park Young Sook, Roe Kyung Jo, Yeesookyung, Yoon Kwang-cho, and photographer Koo Bohnchang.  For these pioneering artists, creating ceramic art has become second nature. While Korean ceramic art is rooted in tradition, the artists explore new concepts of interpretation, creating a dialogue between the traditional and the contemporary as well as East and West. Read more //

Kang Hyo Lee // My House 2 // 8.5 x 7.75 x 7.75 inches // Glazed ceramics

Kang Hyo Lee // My House 2 // 8.5 x 7.75 x 7.75 inches // Glazed ceramics

In-Chin Lee // Moa 9, 10, and 11 // Glazed ceramics

In-Chin Lee // Moa 9, 10, and 11 // Glazed ceramics

More In-Chin Lee at Mindy Solomon Gallery //
More Kang Hyo Lee at Mindy Solomon Gallery //

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