Kye-Yeon Son

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    Kye-Yeon Son Innate Gesture 2011-9. Brooch in steel and enamel.
    Kye-Yeon Son Innate Gesture 2011-9. Brooch in steel and enamel. Detail highlighting branch-like forms.

    Kye-Yeon Son

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    Innate Gesture 2011-9. Brooch in steel and enamel featuring interconnecting branch-like forms. 

    6.3 x 7.1 x 1 cm

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    Kye-Yeon Son Innate Gesture 2017-2. Brooch in steel and enamel.  7 x 6.5 x 0.7 cm
    Kye-Yeon Son Innate Gesture 2017-2. Brooch in steel and enamel. Detail.

    Kye-Yeon Son

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    Innate Gesture 2017-2. Brooch in steel and enamel, featuring an interplay of round shapes reminiscent of river stones. 

    7 x 6.5 x 0.7 cm

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    Kye-Yeon Son Innatus Forma 2019-1. Steel, rust.
    Kye-Yeon Son Innatus Forma 2019-1. Steel, rust. Detail.
    Kye-Yeon Son Innatus Forma 2019-1. Steel, rust. Detail.

    Kye-Yeon Son

    Regular price $3,600.00
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    Innatus Forma 2019-1. Steel, rust. Dozens of long, thin segments connect to form a cohesive whole with a hollow center.

    40h x 8.5 x 6 cm

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    “From her earliest vessels that suggest waiting, and the tentative wading into life, through her wishing stones, designed to reassure through nostalgia and serenity, to the more abstracted branch forms, Kye-Yeon speaks of and to the rhythms of life. “-Sandra Alfoldy.

    Born in South Korea, Kye-Yeon Son earned a BFA at Seoul National University and an MFA in Jewellery Design and Silversmithing at Indiana University. Son has been an influential teacher at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design since 1995. Kye-Yeon is a recipient of the Saidye Bronfman/Governor General’s Award (2011) and a Member of the Royal Academy of Arts (2000).

    Click here for watch a video highlight from VASA SEUNSUM: Kye-Yeon Son Exhibition artist talk 

     Kye-Yeon was a finalist in the Loewe Foundation Craft Prize Competition 2019.