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Anicka Yi

Incarcerated Scarfaces, 2014

Porcelain, glaze, oil paint, gold pin
4 1/4 × 1 × 3 7/8 in
10.8 × 2.5 × 9.8 cm
Editions #4-6, #8-9 of 15 unique works + 2AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
$1,500
location
Long Island City
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SculptureCenter
Long Island City
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Anicka Yi examines the exhilarating and bizarre potentiality of the body and organic matter with …

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Anicka Yi examines the exhilarating and bizarre potentiality of the body and organic matter with current advancements in material and cosmetic technology. Incarcerated Scarfaces is a series of unique ceramic casts of a single tempura-fried flower coated with resin, a delicate and perishable organic object, battered …

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Anicka Yi
Korean, b. 1971
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Employing materials such as soaps, potato chips, milk, and hair gel, Anicka Yi creates tactile and …

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Employing materials such as soaps, potato chips, milk, and hair gel, Anicka Yi creates tactile and fragrant sculptures, paintings, and installations that play on the paradox between the enduring, timelessness of art, and ideas of impermanence. Her soap paintings act as a statement on the cosmetics and body-related …

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Anicka Yi examines the exhilarating and bizarre potentiality of the body and organic matter with …

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Anicka Yi examines the exhilarating and bizarre potentiality of the body and organic matter with current advancements in material and cosmetic technology. Incarcerated Scarfaces is a series of unique ceramic casts of a single tempura-fried flower coated with resin, a delicate and perishable organic object, battered …

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Certificate of authenticity
Anicka Yi
Korean, b. 1971
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Employing materials such as soaps, potato chips, milk, and hair gel, Anicka Yi creates tactile and …

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Employing materials such as soaps, potato chips, milk, and hair gel, Anicka Yi creates tactile and fragrant sculptures, paintings, and installations that play on the paradox between the enduring, timelessness of art, and ideas of impermanence. Her soap paintings act as a statement on the cosmetics and body-related …

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Anicka Yi

Incarcerated Scarfaces, 2014

Porcelain, glaze, oil paint, gold pin
4 1/4 × 1 × 3 7/8 in
10.8 × 2.5 × 9.8 cm
Editions #4-6, #8-9 of 15 unique works + 2AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
$1,500
location
Long Island City
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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