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Yuichi Ikehata

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March 9, 2017

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Japanese photographer Yuichi Ikehata's series 'Fragments of Long Term Memory' sculpts human body forms by scaffolding the models with clay, wire, and paper. He then photographs and composites his subjects together. “Many parts of our memories, however, are often forgotten, or difficult to recall. I retrieve those fragmented moments and reconstruct them as surreal images.”
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Johnson Tsang

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March 6, 2017

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Johnson Tsang's current series 'Open Mind' will be showcasing at beinArt Gallery in Melbourne, Australia later this year. The Hong Kong based sculptor has been featured on Empty Kingdom many times within the past few years. Dates to the show will be provided soon.
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Crystal Morey: Modern Eden Gallery

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October 17, 2016

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Crystal Morey is a sculptress from the Bay Area who's solo debut show entitled 'Delicate Dependencies' is currently being showcased at the Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco. More info after the break.
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Sculptures by Gosia

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September 2, 2016

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Gosia is a sculptor currently living and working out of Toronto, Canada. She originally focused on painting and starting sculpting just a few years ago with gypsum and polymer clay.
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Sarah Louise Davey

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July 17, 2016

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Sarah Louise Davey creates sculptural objects and installations to evoke intuitive, visceral responses informed by our subjective notions of physical image and societal norms.
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Jonathan Latiano

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July 8, 2016

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"Art in its most primal form is about language. The academic texts that inspire me conceptually explain and defend why and how the universe operates. My artwork though is not simply a one-to-one illustration of these studies; rather the crux of it lies within the greyer notions of the physical world around us and our ability to abstractly place ourselves within it." -Jonathan Latiano, Baltimore, MD
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EK Interview: Cristina Córdova

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June 21, 2016

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Cristina Córdova makes emotionally charged and socially important sculptures. She seeks to discuss human emotion and experience to inanimate objects, in much the same way that we seek to find meaning in our lives. Read her interview!
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EK Interview: Ben Young

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February 29, 2016

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Ben Young is self taught, his sculptures capture the ocean in its quiet moments, the solitude and humility one feels when confronted by something so immense and unyielding. Check out his interview:
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Johnson Tsang: Artist Update

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February 21, 2016

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Johnson Tsang is a highly imaginative, witty, and dark porcelain sculptor based out of Hong Kong. He was previously featured in October and April 2013. Tsang continues to innovate and create otherworldly juxtapositions.
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EK Interview: Mario Dilitz

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February 19, 2016

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Mario Dilitz works with wood to create touching, meaningful sculpture. His works are a sort of expose on the human condition, bare emotion painted across bare wood. Our vulnerable, withdrawn, most quiet moments are his focus, and damn does he depict them well. Check out his interview:
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Fusion Frames by Darryl Cox

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February 12, 2016

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Darryl Cox spends his days in Central Oregon forest searching for the ideal tree branch to blend with frames. Each distinct project involves woodworking, painting, and a bit of sculpting. He creates a limited 20-30 pieces per year.
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EK Interview: May von Krogh

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January 22, 2016

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May von Krogh's ceramics have a common thread, they're soaked in emotion, each a conscious and meaningful meditation on a theme. Besides that, each is an isolated incident, a standalone testament to her ability to create novel and nuanced work. Aesthetically they are deep and penetrating, most of her subjects are children, which makes their expressions all the more effective. Check out her interview
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EK Interview: Paul Kaptein

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January 15, 2016

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Wood is alive, and Paul Kaptein's work is a living testament to the human personality, warped, flawed, smooth, and beautiful. In his work he means to remove thought, to use wood to explore the space between the meaning, the quiet places, where the most of everything is. Check out his interview:
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EK Interview: Timothy Hyun-Soo Lee

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December 28, 2015

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Timothy Hyun-Soo Lee's work is honest, revealing, and raw, and his interview is nothing less. His willingness to admit to having an anxiety disorder deserves merit alone, but the method through which he explores and discusses every spectrum of his mind, whether dark or light, is art that makes one pause and think. Check it out:
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Light Sculptures by Qiu Minye

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December 10, 2015

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Qiu Minye creates her sculptures with an extra ordinary medium, light. The artist based out of Shanghai sprays light to embody a physical form, which leaves behind a unique silhouette we can familiarize with. Her series is entitled 'My God' and is an ongoing project.
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Homebodies by Calvin Ma

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November 5, 2015

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"I utilize the action figure form in my sculptural work to explore personal issues and struggles with social anxiety. As an adult, I face difficulties in the social environment. Meeting new people, being in the company of strangers, crowds, peers and intermittently among friends and family brings about a heightened nervousness that takes over and impedes my ability to function socially..." -Calvin Ma, San Francisco
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EK Interview: Adam Niklewicz

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October 6, 2015

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Adam Niklewicz is an amazing sculptor, and dedicated enough an artist to eat a piece of toast buttered with orange paint. His work discusses his experience as an emigrant in America, having come with no knowledge of the language, and made his way as an artist. Check out his interview:
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May von Krogh

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July 26, 2015

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May von Krogh is an artist based out of Larvik, Norway who works with ceramic sculptures and installations.
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Paul Kaptein

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July 20, 2015

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Paul Kaptein is an artist based out of Perth, Australia who creates wooden sculptures of the trippy kind...the one kind that I love.
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Takeshi Haguri

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July 16, 2015

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Originally hailing from Nagoya, Japan, Takeshi Haguri creates detailed wooden sculptures of traditional figures from Japanese art and culture covered in intricate tattoos. I'm tickled pink (I actually have no idea what that phrase means to be honest) to be back, but as Ricky Ricardo said, all of us in the EK fam-bams "have a lot of 'splaining to do" for being MIA for so long.
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