HAEGUE YANG

Four Fingered Book Weight, 2013

£350.00 + VAT

2.9 x 7.5 x 13.8 cms, Glazed earthenware (glossy, confetti blue, speckled moss and crackled), lustered earthenware (mother of pearl)

Left Hand
Edition of 8 / 2 A.P.

Right Hand
Edition of 8 / 2 A.P.

To accompany the exhibition Journal of Bouba/kiki Haegue Yang has produced a limited edition book weight referencing the ceramic work titled Two Ends of One which was presented in the gallery as part of the show.

Haegue Yang (Born 1971, Seoul, Korea; currently lives and works in Berlin and Seoul) Yang’s solo exhibitions have been held at renowned institutions such as BAK – basis voor actuele kunst in Utrecht (2006), REDCAT, Los Angeles, Portikus in Frankfurt am Main (both 2008), Artsonje Center in Seoul (2010), the New Museum in New York, Walker Art Center in Minneapolis (both 2010), as well as Kunsthaus Bregenz, Modern Art Oxford, and Aspen Art Museum (all 2011). Yang’s work has been shown extensively in biennales and notable group exhibitions. Amongst them are: Manifesta 4 (2002) in Frankfurt am Main, the 27th São Paulo Biennial (2006), If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want to Be Part of Your Revolution (2006 and 2007, different venues), Wessen Geschichte at the Kunstverein Hamburg (2008), the 55th Carnegie International in Pittsburgh (2008), or Abstract Possible: The Stockholm Synergies at the Tensta Konsthall in Stockholm (2012), to name but a few. Yang has participated in dOCUMENTA (13) in Kassel, Germany (2012), she represented Korea at the 53rd Venice Biennale in 2009 and her recent solo exhibitions this year include Family of Equivocations, Aubette 1928 – Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Strasbourg, France, 2013; Der Öffentlichkeit, Haus der Kunst München, Munich, Germany, 2012. Forthcoming solo shows will take place at the Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, USA and STPI, Singapore.

This edition is exclusively through Glasgow Sculpture Studios with proceeds from sales reinvested in GSS’s international programme, enabling the organisation to support artists in the development of new work.

Our limited editions can be purchased by email, phone and online. For assistance with your order please contact Agne Sabaliauskaite agne@glasgowsculpturestudios.org 0141 353 3708

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