59.5 x 42 cm
Charcoal and Graphite Powder on Fine Art Paper
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Medium: Charcoal and Graphite Powder on Fine Art Paper
Signature: On the front
Condition: Brand new
Certificate of Authenticity: Included
Through her paintings, Hannah transported us, the audience, into a delicate dance in between realms beyond the physical. Her interest and intent in redefining the objectivity of things, paired with the mark of luminance fluidity within her artworks reflect a sense of poetry in physical movements and bodily gestures – resulting in apparent intertwining between a sense of recognition and a sense of abstraction. In the creation of her artworks, Hannah puts importance on capturing moments of events from the decision-making process. By doing so, she hopes that her art celebrates the powerful marks of life and lively movements of nature. The effervescence of energies in life and nature are captured and enhanced in Hannah’s pieces by her usage of ethereal color palettes. Paired with her stylistic motions on the canvas, her paintings reflect stories or scenes of the push-and-pull between reality and illusions.
Hannah Shin is a South Korean artist living and working dynamically between Seoul, London, and Jakarta. Hannah’s artistic styles are rooted in Fine Arts, having studied in Slade School of Fine Art, and attaining her Masters in Painting from the Royal College of Art. The majority of Hannah’s artworks use the medium of oil on canvas, with a lesser number of artworks done on paper. She also preferred the usage of larger (or ‘life-size’) mediums as it enables her to incorporate her physical body movements and gestures into the distinguished transient characteristics that frequent her artworks. Her dynamic nature as an artist has enabled Hannah to participate in numerous art fairs; namely Art Jakarta (Oppo Art Jakarta Virtual - 2020 in Jakarta), Untitled Art Fair (December 2019, in Miami), Artup Market (supported by KAMS - September 2019 in Seoul), Art Jakarta (August 2019 in Jakarta), and Bazaar Art (September 2016 in Jakarta). Hannah is also the recipient of Kimi For You 2020 (Kimi Art, in Korea), Traversmith CSR programme ‘18-’19 (in the United Kingdom), K-painting programme (Yoonseung Gallery and Gachi-changwui foundation, in Korea).
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