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Meekyoung Shin

Translation Vases, 1996-2012

Soap, pigment, varnish and wooden crate
20 1/2 × 13 × 13 in
52 × 33 × 33 cm
This is a unique work.
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London , London, Paris
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This vase, complete with it's own packing case, is an example from Meekyoung Shin’s long term …

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This vase, complete with it's own packing case, is an example from Meekyoung Shin’s long term series entitled Translation Vases. This project conceptually traces the path porcelain took on its way to the West. Her Translation Vases are soap facsimiles of Chinese originals created for the European market in the …

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Meekyoung Shin
Korean, b. 1967
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Meekyoung Shin, who trained in the classical tradition of European sculpture, is known for her …

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Meekyoung Shin, who trained in the classical tradition of European sculpture, is known for her ongoing “Translation” project, which explores the processes of translation and mutation—both literal and figurative—undergone by cultural objects that have been subjected to a change in location. Her “Translation Vases” …

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This vase, complete with it's own packing case, is an example from Meekyoung Shin’s long term …

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This vase, complete with it's own packing case, is an example from Meekyoung Shin’s long term series entitled Translation Vases. This project conceptually traces the path porcelain took on its way to the West. Her Translation Vases are soap facsimiles of Chinese originals created for the European market in the …

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Meekyoung Shin
Korean, b. 1967
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Meekyoung Shin, who trained in the classical tradition of European sculpture, is known for her …

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Meekyoung Shin, who trained in the classical tradition of European sculpture, is known for her ongoing “Translation” project, which explores the processes of translation and mutation—both literal and figurative—undergone by cultural objects that have been subjected to a change in location. Her “Translation Vases” …

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Meekyoung Shin

Translation Vases, 1996-2012

Soap, pigment, varnish and wooden crate
20 1/2 × 13 × 13 in
52 × 33 × 33 cm
This is a unique work.
Contact For Price
location
London , London, Paris
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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