Minhee Kim

A myriad of delicate materials give voice to this Korean artist’s interrogative, historically-infused pieces. Exhibited across the United Kingdom, China, and Korea, her most recent projects portray the emotional fragility of the lives of ‘comfort women’ used as sex slaves during the Second World War and touch on issues associated with trauma, memory, and human frailty.

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Funeral Clothes for the Women
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Lost Memory of the Women
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Memory Jacket
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Unreachable I
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Unreachable II
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Indelible Memory
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Folded Memory No. 0
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Folded Memory No. 2
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Folded Memory No. 3
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Folded Memory No. 1
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Folded Memory No. 4
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Bowl of Silence
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Landscape of Absence II
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Landscape of Absence I
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Tree Table 1
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Echoes of Amphora: Lidded Vessel I/21
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Speckled Pale Olive, Flashing Granite Bands
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Sinker
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Shino and Celadon
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Barkskin
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Woof Woof
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Gayles Farm 5
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