Ham Jin

Ham Jin – Somewhere Underneath, Hada Contemporary Ltd, 21 Vyner Street, London, England E2, until 31st January 2015

Ham Jin Somewhere Underneath 2014  Courtesy of the artist and HADA Contemporary

Ham Jin
Somewhere Underneath
2014
Courtesy of the artist and HADA Contemporary

This is the remarkable world of minuscule sculptures, and in some cases very minuscule, which Ham Jin (b 1978) creates. It is a dark gothic world, created from materials such as hair and dust, which fully draws the viewer in to engage with the artist’s chaotic imagination with a feeling of wonderment. Ham has also created some very colourful slightly larger polymer clay sculptures which are equally intriguing.

Ham Jin Island #3 Polymer clay, glue and wire  6.5 x 10 x 8.5 cm  2014 Courtesy of the artist and HADA Contemporary

Ham Jin
Island #3
Polymer clay, glue and wire
6.5 x 10 x 8.5 cm
2014
Courtesy of the artist and HADA Contemporary

It is an exhibition that certainly should be seen.

Ham Jin Untitled-201431 Polymer clay, glue and polyester   8.5 x 7.5 x 7.5 cm  2014  Courtesy of the artist and HADA Contemporary

Ham Jin
Untitled-201431
Polymer clay, glue and polyester
8.5 x 7.5 x 7.5 cm
2014
Courtesy of the artist and HADA Contemporary

http://www.hadacontemporary.com

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