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Yeoju Special Exhibition I Recovery –Draw a space

  • Period : October 1, 2021. ~ Jan 28, 2022.
  • Venue : Gyeonggi Museum of Ceramic Design (2F)
  • Artists : Kim Kyungsu, Baek Soyul, Shin Kyunguk, Kim Somin, Yoo Cheonuk, Kang Hyunkyung, Oh Sunggi, In Hyeonsik, Lee Yonggi, Song Gyeonghwan, Jung Jaehong, Lee Changhwa, Park Eunmi, Ha Minji, Lee Yaesol, Hyun Sanghwa, Lee Youngho, Park Byeonguk, Yang Suyeol, Na Yonghwan, Kim Jonghoon, Choi Minrok, Jung San, Hwang Donghwan, Cho Sinhyun
This exhibition was arranged to bring us all positive change in our lives and to share culture. It features ceramic crafts and aspires to 'recover' some modicum of spiritual health in everyday life, relationships, communication, culture, and work….something which we truly need in the New Normal Era.

We are challenged by changes, big and small, in diet and consumption due to physical distance and space, as well as psychological space. In light of the wrenching change that is occurring in every respect in our space, this exhibition about food culture together with ceramics is an opportunity for us to practice greater happiness in everyday living and to enjoy ceramic crafts, specifically as they relate to 'space' and 'distance.' This special exhibition in Yeoju divides the exhibition space into six parts under six keywords to tell stories about tableware and food culture in specific spaces or under social distancing rules. The exhibition shows works by artists who participated in the Gyeonggi Ceramics Online Fair, and these works will invite the audience to share time while talking about ways to enjoy the happiness of using crafts in everyday living.

In hopes that this exhibition will help the audience see ceramic crafts as something alive in their everyday living, rather than something merely to be admired as works of art, we have arranged this exhibition to bring an art exhibition and a crafts fair together. We selected artists from among those who participated in the Gyeonggi Ceramics Online Fair 2020-2021 and made this exhibition a place where the values of crafts are upheld by allowing the visitors to see, touch, and use works of art in an environment that is much like their own in everyday living. The visitors will have an opportunity to take a closer look not only at products sold online but at artworks representing the artists and to buy them at Smart Store.

As visitors make their way through the galleries, they can see a wide variety of tableware and tea utensils, spoon rests, and cutlery designed by young artists, as well as artworks by artists who have worked with the greatest skill for decades. Two sections - Familiar+Drinking Culture and 'Sharing+Dreaming Travelling' – present characteristic spaces that the Yeoju Museum team created in collaboration with Ogindasil Tea House, which conducts research into and promotes Korean tea culture, and Crafts Jangsaengho, a crafts company that practices crafts culture in everyday living.

This exhibition sheds light on artworks and commodities and will allow you to take a closer look at ceramic crafts, which have become a part of everyday life. We hope that the KICB 2021 theme of 'Re:Start' will blossom in your everyday living as you live with crafts after the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cooperation: bclighting
  • Space composition
Part 01
Part 01
Complete+Single Vessel
This is a space where you can glimpse into the art of an artist as it is embodied in a single vessel. A representative work that increasingly shows its characteristics over time is an objet and a vessel to be used in everyday living. Take a closer look at how materials are expressed, and the shape and purpose of the vessel created by a skilled artisan, and keep the images of each piece on display in your mind so that you can practice using them in daily life.
Part 02
Private+Promenade
We are living in an era where we must all maintain minimum distances between themselves. This part shows table settings for a few diners that you will encounter as you promenade through six separate spaces. The vessels presented here are imbued with abundance of life as tableware in harmony with the food and as objects to be admired as art Participating Artists: Kim kyungsu, Yoo Cheonuk·Kang Hyunkyung, Baek Soyul, Kim Somin·Shin Kyunguk, Ha Minji, Lee Yaesol
Part 02
Part 03
Familiar+Drinking Culture
In collaboration with Ogindasil Tea House (CEO: Lee Hye-jin), which has led research on Korean tea culture, this part presents tea utensils created by seven ceramic artists who got their inspiration from 'Chaekgado' (painting of books and scholar's paraphernalia) dating to the Joseon dynasty. We hope that visitors will have time to prepare 'a cup of tea for me' to comfort their bodies and minds. This space will help you look at diverse tea utensils needed for teatime and rediscover the beauty of tea culture.
Participating Artists: Lee youngho, In Hyeonsik, Lee Yonggi, Park Byeonguk, Yang Suyeol, Na Yonghwan, Na Yonghwan, Kim Jonghoon, Choi Minrok
Part 03
Part 04
Familiar+Drinking Time
Because social distancing has become the norm for an extended period of time and being 'stuck at home' has become the new everyday thing, the home café where we can enjoy hobbies and entertainment, one of the many cultural elements of the space of a house, is becoming a more common thing. It is of great interest to younger people, who generally want to spend everyday living in a beautiful way. Uniquely designed mugs, coffee cups, and wine glasses to be used as containers of beverages and food will help the visitors enjoy happiness in everyday living in small ways Participating Artists: Cho Sinhyun, Hyun Sanghwa, Hwang Donghwan, Lee Yaesol
Part 04
Part 05
Sharing+Dreaming Travelling
This space is created in collaboration with Crafts Jangsaengho (CEO: Jeong Hyeonju), a company that promotes crafts culture in hopes that crafts will one day soon be widely used in everyday living in good ways. Dreaming of again travelling freely with free bodies and spirits, this part leads the visitors to appreciate ceramics in beautiful colors and shapes in harmony with nature.
Participating Artists: Lee Changhwa, Park Eunmi, Oh Sunggi
Part 05
Part 06
10cm+Rendering Space
A 10cm square space of a table is decorated with a spoon rest out of desire for elegance and hygiene in dining. This tiny space makes the point of table setting. Regardless of size, large or small, perfectly made crafts unfold their own world in it. Metalwork and wooden chopsticks suited for spoon rests, and cutlery are shown together, dreaming of a space where crafts are used everyday living.
Participating Artists: Jung Jaehong, Jung San, Song Gyeonghwan
Part 06
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