Unfixed: A solo exhibition by Meekyoung Shin

The upcoming week marks the final days of Unfixed: A solo exhibition by Meekyoung Shin at the Korean Cultural Center in London.  Ending January 18, this exhibit highlights the incredibly detailed sculptures made from soap.

photo courtesy of Anomie Publishing
photo courtesy of Anomie Publishing

This exhibit is not one to be missed. Fortunately, however, Anomie Publishing has produced a fantastic accompanying book titled Meekyoung Shin.

Meekyoung_Shin_cover_for_web6In this new release, curator Jonathan Watkins introduces Shin’s major bodies of work whilst capturing the cultural complexity, exquisite craftsmanship, conceptual elegance and natural wit embodied within them.

With essays from art scholars Ben Tufnell, Kyung An, and Jade Keunhye Lim, this publication sheds light on Shin’s major works Crouching Aphrodite (2002), Translation Series, and Written in Soap: A Plinth Project.

Illustrated with over fifty color and black and white images, this collaboration is a prefect addition to anyone’s library.

To order your own copy of Anomie Publishing’s Meekyoung Shin visit here.

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