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b. 1978, South Korea

Inbai Kim Biography

Kim Inbai's works center on the idea of the range. The artist sets up a range of possibilities in the point of compromise he finds between interestion concepts and their feasibility of manifestation. Kim continuously strives to surpass these limitations, which is reflected in the exhibited works that are completed through the harmony  of movement, rhythm and time. Kim first divides te human body into different parts, including head, torso and limbs. Each of the parts delicately portrays the physical muscle structure of the body like reek sculpture. Although the heads are missing eyes, nose and mouth, and the torsos are limbless, the details of the muscles clearly identify the posture of the body. Dynamic sense of movement can be read on the tight muscular limbs and the group of still male torsos that express movement with changes in color.

Inbai Kim Featured Artworks

Backside by Inbai Kim contemporary artwork
Inbai KimBackside, 2018Resin, aluminium, copper, stainless steel, wood
227 x 2 x 15 cm
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There is No Façade by Inbai Kim contemporary artwork
Inbai KimThere is No Façade, 2012Resin
81 x 36 x 24 cm
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Flash by Inbai Kim contemporary artwork
Inbai KimFlash, 2018Resin
18 x 22 x 12 cm
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Count by Inbai Kim contemporary artwork
Inbai KimCount, 2017Resin
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Unassembled Clock by Inbai Kim contemporary artwork
Inbai KimUnassembled Clock, 2015Mixed media, dimensions variable
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Inbai Kim Recent Exhibitions

Contemporary art exhibition, Inbai Kim, Child 愚者 at Arario Gallery, Shanghai
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18 May–14 July 2019 Inbai Kim Child 愚者 Arario Gallery, Shanghai

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