Kinsler, Gwen Blakley
March 2008
Crochet!;Mar2008, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p44
The article features South Korean crochet artist Soonran Youn. Youn, a graduate of MFA from Indiana University, is fond of using human figures in her artworks. She uses wires in her crochet installations to bring openness to artistic surface in three-dimensional form. Her works will be exhibited at Sculpture, Objects & Functional Art (SOFA) in Illinois and New York.


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