Sangwook Huh

With a primary focus on ceramic traditions from Korea, Sangwook Huh infuses ideas around evolution into his creations. Central to his work is the practice of buncheong and the animated motifs and bakji sgraffito techniques. His work has been presented in numerous exhibitions and biennales around the world and can be found in public collections such as the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, the National Ethnographic Museum in Warsaw, and the Gyeonggi Ceramic Museum.

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buncheong flattened bottle
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Buncheong flattened bottle with peony design
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Buncheong flattened bottle with flowers design
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Buncheong flattened bottle
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Buncheong bottle with peony design
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Buncheong bottle with lotus design
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Buncheong flattened bottle with plantain design
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Buncheong flattened bottle with plantain design
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Buncheong lidded bowl with plantain design
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Buncheong lidded bowl with plantain design
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Buncheong lidded bowl with plantain design
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Second Surface 19_S01
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Second Surface 19_M03
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Noodle Bowl Series with Facet
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Inborn Ott-008
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Waiting for Godot
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A Few Puddles, Brooch
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Inborn Ott-003
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The Path Which Leads to the Center G-202012
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