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Youjin Um
Hexagonal Prism II

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Offered by:
Republic of Korea
4 x 7cm

Sterling Silver/ 41x36x70mm/ Object/ 2016

Photo by: Kwangchoon Park
From theme: Hexagonal Kaleidoscope

It is a series of hexagonal columns. The actual architecture stands on tall, but my work is an object that gives me the feeling of freedom like a miniature big and small block. It shows the effects of different overlays depending on the angle being observed.

Youjin Um, Seoul, Korea.

2017 M.F.A Jewelry Design, Graduate School Of Industrial Art Hong-ik University, Seoul, Korea.
2001 B.F.A in Jewelry Design, Kyonggi University, Seoul, Korea.


2017.12.7~10 Craft Trend Fair, Coex A Hall, Seoul, Korea.

2018.9.12~18 Hexagonal Kaleidoscope (Um You Jin solo-exhibition), Gallery Ahwon, Seoul, Korea.
2018.11.22~25 Craft Trend Fair, Coex C Hall, Seoul, Korea.

2019.4.9~14 Artmining-Milano2019, Palazzo Litta, Corso Magenta, #24, 20121, Milano, Italy
2019.4.20~21 [Autor2019] International Contemporary Jewelry Fair, National Theatre Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania.

2019.5.22~26 Artmining-Paris2019, Grand Palais, #3, avenue du Général Eisenhower 75008, Paris, France

2019.9.21~10.31 [Collectiva Meeting '19] International Exhibition, Porto, Portugal 

2019.9.27~11.17 Enjoia't Awards 2019 selected jewellers Exhibition, Disseny HUB Barcelona, Spain  

2019.10.10~12 Selected Artists and Award Winners at JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair 2019, Disseny HUB Barcelona, Spain 

2019.11.1~3 NYC Jewelry Week2019, 72 Warren Street(Tribeca), Newyork, U.S.A.
2019.11.9~ 12.31 Tincal lab Challenge 2019 l Jewelry and Anatomy, Porto, Portugal
2019.11.10~21 4th Triennale of Kogei World Competition in Kanazawa, People's Gallery A at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan

2019.11.19~24 SOFA Chicago Art Fair2019, Navy Pier Chicago, Chicago, U.S.A.

Current domestic group member and Klimt02 Jewelry member

-Metal Craft Designer
  I like the natural properties of cold metal materials, especially the clear and transparent colors of silver. The beginning of my work is to create drawings in advance and model them in paper to virtually grasp the real feeling. Then, after attaching drawings and leaving a mark on the silver plate, they begin to project. Through the way I pierce and express myself one by one, I feel healing, relief, and happiness in life.