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Q milliney SS collection 2017

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Q milliney FW collection 2017

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Q milliney collection 2014

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Q milliney collection 2014

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Hand painted hat with A.AV 2018 fw collection at Shanghai Fashion week.

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Q milliney winter hats collection 2017

Q millinery

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Tigers Again 2018, Casting Slip

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The Master of the Forgotten Works 2018, Casting Slip

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My Name 2018, Casting Slip

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Prelude 2018, Casting Slip

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Yes! 2017, Casting Slip, Kiln Brick

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Tracing and clay taping of Brautigan’s surreal world. Utopia / Dystopia series

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Mimi Joung, originally from Korea, gained her Masters in CERAMICS and Art from the Royal College of Art and is currently based in London, UK. MIMI has also been awarded membership of the Royal Society of Sculptors. SHE has made site specific and project-based exhibitions inspired by her interest in exploring ideas surrounding her materials (clay) and their history.

SHE completed AN Artist in Residence program at the Banff Arts Centre, Canada, which celebrates conceptual art in Canada and allows international artists to explore the future of their ideas And also received various arts grants and commission from Korea, England, Wales, and other countries. Joung is an award winning artist and exhibits her works internationally.

Mimi Joung

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The Power Of Beauty 12.5W 7D 16H inch / 32W 18D 40H cm, Glass, Kilnformed ( Pate de Verre), 2015

A series of relics from the early 21century

​The remnants of high heels, a purse, and a shopping bag, are in a series of ​relics from the ​early 21st century as viewed from the 22nd century.

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The Power Of Beauty 7.5W 3D 9H inch / 19W 8D 23H cm, Glass, mixed media, Kilnformed (Pate-de-verre), 2016

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The Power Of Beauty 13W 4D 18H inch / 33W 10D 46H cm, Glass, mixed media, Kilnformed, Screen printed, Blown, 2015

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The Power Of Beauty 13W 4D 18H inch / 33W 10D 46H cm, Glass, Cast, Screen printed, Kilnformed, 2015

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Desires for Beauty 12W 8D 6.5H inch / 30.5W 20D 17H cm, Cast glass, brass label, 2014

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Desires for Beauty 11W 6D 14H inch / 28W 15D 36H cm, Cast glass, brass label, 2013

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A series of purses & high-heels lightings 14W 5D 16H inch / 35W 12D 40H cm, Glass, a LED light, Kilnformed, 2009

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A series of purses & high-heels lightings 13W 4.5D 5.5H inch / 33W 11D 14H cm, Glass, ceramic, light bulbs, metal, Kilnformed, 2010

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A series of purses & high-heels lightings 8.5W 4D 7H inch / 22W 10D 18H cm, Glass, a light bulb, metal, Kilnformed, 2008

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A series of purses & high-heels lightings 10W 4.5D 8.5H inch / 25W 11D 22H cm, Glass, metal, Kilnformed, 2008

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A series of purses & high-heels lightings 10W 7D 8H inch / 25W 18D 20H cm, Glass, Kilnformed, 2009

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Hyesook Choi is a contemporary artist and currently living and working in Seoul, South Korea. Choi received a BFA in glass and ceramic and a MFA in glass at Hongik University in Seoul, South Korea. ​After, Choi moved to the United States and earned her MFA in glass at Rochester Institute of Technology in NY in 2016.

Her 2nd solo exhibition was held in Dyer Art Center in NY in same year. Her work has been featured in exhibitions internationally. She also was awarded a finalist from Emerge 2016 bullseye project in Portland. Most recently in May 2018, Choi held her 5th solo exhibition in Seoul.

Currently Choi is an adjunct professor teaching in the department of Ceramic and Glass Design at Hongik University Graduate school in Seoul.

Hyesook Choi







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