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

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  • Oriel Zinaburg

    Oriel Zinaburg

    Working in series, Oriel Zinaburg work commands a charged expression of the surreal and absurd in order to represent an emotional state that one could be in.  
  • Ludmilla Balkis

    Ludmilla Balkis

    Rooted in her relationship to nature, Balkis’vessels present an evolving dialogue between organic elements and clay.
  • Jeanne Sarah Bellaiche

    Jeanne Sarah Bellaiche

    Always poetic in her creations, Jeanne Sarah Bellaiche's works are fascinating, expressive and delicate ceramic sculptures of women in motion.
  • Nicole McLaughlin

    Nicole McLaughlin

    As the fiber flows from, weaves into, or frames the ceramic, it distorts the functionality but becomes a meaningful component as plate and cloth merge.
  • Haejin Lee

    Haejin Lee

    Born in 1982, Haejin Lee is a ceramic artist based in Seoul, South Korea. Focusing primarily on the human body, Haejin Lee sculpts heads and feet that look almost complete, but with ribbon-like lines at the top of each piece.
  • Carlos Cabo

    Carlos Cabo

    Carlos Cabo masters in clay art and he creates figure sculptures out of clay that reinterpret the human anatomy and forms of sea creatures in an abstract way.
  • Johannes Nagel

    Johannes Nagel

    Committed to this exploration of the possibilities of the vessel–in its form, function, scale and method of creation, Nagel’s practice is continually deconstructing the historic, traditional, classical and contemporary permutations of the‘vase’.  
  • Gunhild Aaberg

    Gunhild Aaberg

    Gunhild Aaberg is a renowned Danish contemporary artist and ceramicist based in Copenhagen. She is among the very few in her field who have been awarded the Statens Kunstfonds' honorary award.
  • Jane Yang D'haene

    Jane Yang D'haene

    Each of D’Haene’s pieces speaks to her heritage while tapping into the here and now, lending an energetic sense of place and power to their surroundings.
  • Leah Kaplan

    Leah Kaplan

    American ceramicist Leah Kaplan explores movement, texture and translucency through sculptural forms. Her signature porcelain vessels blend fluidity with minimalism, belying intricate construction that beckons viewers to take a closer look.
  • Andile Dyalvane

    Andile Dyalvane

    Dyalvane's complex, large-scale ceramic artworks are a metaphorical vessel through which he seeks to honour his cultural traditions and share his journey of healing.
  • Zizipho Poswa

    Zizipho Poswa

    Zizipho Poswa is a Cape Town-based ceramicist whose large-scale work takes inspiration from her own personal history as a Xhosa woman and artist living in contemporary South Africa.
  • Jaume Roig

    Jaume Roig

    Roig’s sculptural vessels and organic shapes offer an intimate and modern take on the region’s ancestral ceramic tradition, cultural heritage and artistic legacy.
  • Yoon Young Hur

    Yoon Young Hur

    Yoon Young Hur is a ceramic artist based in Seoul and New York. Inspired by the full breadth of Korean ceramic history, from ancient earthenware to the white porcelain of the Joseon dynasty.
  • Martyn Thompson

    Martyn Thompson

    Martyn Thompson brings his extensive experience and painterly aesthetic to design projects across a range of brand types including packaging, ceramics, fabrics, rugs and lamps.