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Jung Se-wook

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In his works, Jung Se-wook not only explores the beauty of white porcelain, but also wishes to reflect on the topic of social integration within modern society. The artist gives his works a spherical form and then achieves a variety of textures and decoration through different glazes and techniques, leading to the creation of pots which share a similar form, but different characters.

Portrait of Jung Se-wook. Image courtesy the artist and Icheon Ceramic.


Ye Studio. Image courtesy Icheon Ceramic.

The artist decorates his pots with abstract decorations, geometrical patterns and letters from the Korean writing system (hangeul) using traditional inlay and sgraffito techniques. He may combine different glazes in one work, leading to contrasting textures, or choose only one.


Ye Studio. Image courtesy Icheon Ceramic.

Selected Exhibitions

2020 Collect, London, UK
2019 “Ceraspace, include space”, G-ceramic fair, AT Center, Seoul, Korea 2019 “using” Group exhibition, Gallery Space Of B, Seoul, Korea
2018 “Korean Artist”, Group exhibition, Life-Seeding Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan

Media, techniques and areas of interest

White Porcelain, Korean traditional ceramic technique, round shape, vases, cobalt blue, iron glaze, home decor

Ye Studio. Image courtesy Icheon Ceramic.

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