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Samuel Chung새뮤얼 청

  • NATIONALITY
    USA, 미국
  • CURRENT JOB/POSITION
    Professor of Ceramics
  • EDUCATION
    1997 1 Arizona State University, Ceramics, MFA
  • EXHIBITION
    2017 There Is No Beginning, There Is No End, Gallery IMA, Seattle, WA, USA
    2016 Focus:VESSEL/The Vessel in Ceramics and Porcelain, Keramik Museum Westerwald, Hohr-Grenzhausen, Germany
    2015 The 8th Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale, Icheon World Ceramic Center, Icheon, South Korea
    2015 Far and Familiar: Steve Lee, Sam Chung and Sun Koo Yuh, Duane Reed Gallery, St. Louis, MO, USA
    2014 Planes of Clay, Ann Linnemann Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
    2014 Cumulus Dreams, Harvey Meadows Gallery, Aspen, CO, USA
  • AWARD
    2014 2nd Place, The Zanesville Prize for Contemporary Ceramics, The Muskingum County Community Foundation, Zanesville, USA
  • COLLECTION
    2017 Keramik Museum Westerwald, Hohr-Grenzhausen, Germany
    2016 Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA, USA
    2010 The Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA, USA
    2009 San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, TX, USA
  • RESIDENCY/WORKSHOP
    2018 International Artist Residency, The Pottery Workshop, Jingdezhen, China
    2016 Jean Griffith Fellowship Artist, Pottery Northwest, Seattle, USA
    2013 International Artist Residency, The International Ceramics Studio, Kecskemet, Hungary
    2009 Visiting Artist Residency, The Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, USA
    2005 Artist in Residence, Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center, Skælskør, Denmark
    1997 Artist in Residence, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, USA

새뮤얼 청은 한국 재미교포 도예가 2세로 미술대학 교수이다. 자신의 생생한 상상력 속에 과거와 현재를 병치시키면서 한국의 전통 구름 문양과 도자기 형태를 참조하여 작품을 만든다. 끊임없이 밀려오는 구름은 미국의 문화 속에 속하는지 아니면 밖에 속하는지에 대한 자신의 질문에 반응하는 현상을 대변한다.

Sam Chung is a second-generation Korean-American ceramic artist and professor of art. In his current work, he references traditional Korean cloud motifs and pottery shapes while juxtaposing the past with the present through his vivid imagery. The clouds represent a phenomenon that is constantly in flux and corresponds to his own questions of belonging within or outside the culture.