Jin Eui Kim

Jin Eui Kim Jin Eui Kim is an internationally renowned ceramic artist. Originally from South Korea, he now lives with his family in Cardiff, UK.

Whilst at Cardiff School of Art & Design Jin Eui studied the illusory effects of the application of tonal bands to three-dimensional surfaces. He graduated with a MA and PhD in Ceramics. He was then accepted into Graduate Residence at Fireworks Clay Studios, Cardiff and remains a full time member. He is also a member of Contemporary Applied Art (CAA) and the Craft Potters Association (CPA).

Jin Eui's work has been seen across the world, notably at ArtXchange in the USA, Gallery du Don in France, Lilly Zeligman Gallery in Netherland, Contemporary Applied Art, Manchester Art Gallery, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Ruthin Craft Centre, Oxford Ceramics Gallery, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Barbican Art Gallery, Museum of Modern Art in Wales, National Centre for Craft and Design, Mission Gallery, Walford Mill Crafts, Bevere Gallery, National Glass Centre in the UK. He has been taking part in fairs nationally such as Ceramic Art London, Art in Clay, Art in Action, Oxford Ceramics Fair and internationally Oldenburg Ceramics Fair, AAF in Germany in Germany and Art Elysees in France. He especially took part in Collect 2015 at Saatchi Gallery with Ruthin Craft Centre.

Industry and artistic recognition has led to selection for the AWARD exhibition in the British Ceramics Biennial in 2013, HOT ROOKIES special exhibition for the Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale in Korea.

Manchester Art Gallery and The National Museum (Wales) have both purchased his works recently for their permanent collections.

Exploration with tonal effects and spatial illusions by using gradient in tone, width of bands and interval between bands is Jin Eui's passion that results in works that are both visually and intellectually challenging. He makes none-functional sculpture works of horizontal and vertical cylinder forms and functional ware.

1. Lower Form
5.8 (H) x 30 (D) cms
Ref. 24238

Earthenware, 1120°C
Wheel-thrown and brushed 18 different tones of engobes