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Minsoo
Yuh

 
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Minsoo Yuh is a fulltime potter. Her work focuses on functional pottery that respects utilitarian aesthetic, craftmanship, traditional materials, and a high firing process of ceramic art. She is originally from Seoul, Korea where she received her BFA and MFA in Ceramics at Hong Ik University. Minsoo currently resides in Athens, GA.

 
 

sunkoo
Yuh

 
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Sunkoo Yuh is a ceramic artist in Athens, Gerogia. SunKoo Yuh was born in South Korea in 1960 and immigrated to the United States in 1988. His ceramic sculptures are composed of tight groupings of various forms including plants, animals, fish, and human figures. While Korean art and Buddhist, Christian and Confucian beliefs inform some aspects of his imagery, his work is largely driven by implied narratives that often suggest socio-political critiques. Yuh’s current focus is on types of architectural-scale sculpture and on pushing his medium to its limits of size. SunKoo Yuh is currently a Professor at the Lamar Dodd School at the the University of Georgia, Athens where he continues to learn and experiment.

 
 

Ree Soojong

 
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