YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

© logo 粤ICP备19077098号

YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

© logo 粤ICP备19077098号
Sculpture
雕塑
Pottery
陶艺
Wood
木器
Glass
玻璃
  • Patrick van Riemsdijk

    Patrick van Riemsdijk

    Patrick's art is a testament to his constant experimentation with new techniques and materials. Through layers of paint, he breathes life into his canvases, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in his narratives.
  • Annie Morris

    Annie Morris

    Annie Morris is an exceptional artist, whose immaculately-made sculptures are exquisite in form and colour but drawn from great emotional depth, which resonate with anybo.
  • Ted Larsen

    Ted Larsen

    Ted Larsen (b. 1964, USA) is an internationally exhibiting artist and Pollock-Krasner Foundation recipient with a BA from Northern Arizona University.
  • Berend Boorsma

    Berend Boorsma

    Based on simple paper constructions, Boorsma’s series‘Folded Views’ is an ongoing exploration of dimensionality: of flatness and depth, and our perception of it.
  • Toshio Iezumi

    Toshio Iezumi

    The Japanese artist Toshio Iezumi creates unique contemporary sculptures using sheets of glass and a technique traditionally used for carving stone.
  • Marie Lund

    Marie Lund

    Lund’s works have a distinctly atmospheric quality about them, as if the dichotomies between form and content, internal and external, the body and the material, which are explored in her work can be felt throughout.
  • Leonardo Anker Vandal

    Leonardo Anker Vandal

    Leonardo Anker Vandal is an emerging multidisciplinary artist. His work, which spans a variety of mediums such as painting, sculpture, installation and writing, is infused with deep nostalgia and melancholy.
  • Wiebke Pandikow

    Wiebke Pandikow

    In our culture, plastics are ubiquitous and invaluable but at the same time insignificant and harmful. For Wiebke Pandikow, they bear the possibility of beauty.
  • alittlemore studio

    alittlemore studio

    Taking inspiration from our everyday lives, we aim to give shape to the little moments of joy that are hidden in plain sight. 
  • Fumiko Nagano

    Fumiko Nagano

    Sensing the wonder and beauty of the world around her from an early age, Fumiko Nagano's work is full of surprises and has the ability to transport the viewer from everyday life into another world.
  • Robyn Neild

    Robyn Neild

    Robyn Neild creates and casts her sculptures in her studio, preferring not to use moulds, so no two bronzes are the same.
  • Soojin Kang

    Soojin Kang

    Using the ritualistic actions of weaving, knotting, winding and unwinding to explore the sculptural possibilities of textiles, Soojin Kang transubstantiates raw materials into structures that retain unmistakeable traces of their biotic origins.
  • Guillem Nadal

    Guillem Nadal

    Guillem Nadal's work of art is a metaphor for the spiritual and emotional dimension of the artist: it represents the unique present moment in life.
  • Nilufar Gallery

    Nilufar Gallery

    Founded in 1979 by Nina Yashar, Nilufar is today one of the most influential names in the world of design. It is a hub of contemporary and historic design, serving as an important reference for collectors, institutions and design enthusiasts.
  • Valéria Nascimento

    Valéria Nascimento

    Valéria Nascimento aim to create works that inspire, connect and touch in an emotional way, taking the viewer on a journey through different ethereal, botanical and peaceful landscapes.