Three Installations from the East Bay: Yoyo Hu, Yinglin Lin, Seongmin Yoo
This October, come visit the John Natsoulas 519 Uptown Oakland Gallery to see the newest exhibition entitled Three Installations from the East Bay: Featuring Yoyo Hu, Yinglin Lin, and Seongmin Yoo. All three artists will present their newest works, each working wonderfully in dialogue with the others. The opening reception will be on Friday, October 7 from 6-9pm at 519 17th Street in Oakland, California.
Yoyo Hu is a 3D sculptor and fine artist who creates expressions with new technologies in 3D printing as well as traditional ceramic techniques, including mold making and slip casting.
Yingling Lin is a ceramic sculptor based in San Francisco, CA. She grew up in Taipei, Taiwan where traditional pottery is well-respected and deeply rooted. Yingling’s works have been exhibited at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, and she has worked on public park murals.
Seongmin Yoo is a Korean-born conceptual and installation artist that now lives in America. Known for her inventive use of space and materials, her body of work involves collage, painting, and assemblage as well as a variety of materials found in nature. Daughter to the great Korean haiku poet, Boon Ok Han, Seongmin often utilizes traditional Korean embroidery and ink wash techniques. Seongmin’s work frequently deals with spirituality, the body, women’s rights and the interaction between her east and west identities.
The gallery will be open during special hours throughout all of October to welcome in visitors during the duration of the exhibition. Come see the incredible works by these three artists every Saturday from 1-4pm (October 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th). Enjoy the beautiful space and the powerful installation pieces! You won’t want to miss this incredible opportunity to see these works by these incredible women.
For more information, please visit our website or call at (530)-756-3938:
John Natsoulas Gallery
519 17th Street
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