It’s easy to forget that the world is experiencing a crisis in biodiversity, one that some scientists have called a “sixth extinction.” Humanity has grown ever more isolated from the rest of the animal kingdom, hiding away in climate-controlled boxes and behind glowing screens. In his new solo exhibition at form & concept, Korean ceramicist Wookjae Maeng ushers animals out of the wild and into the spotlight. His detailed porcelain sculptures of deer, rhinos, lions, bighorn sheep, and other creatures bring viewers back in touch with beings that are often pushed to the margins. READ MORE.
Sculptures By Maeng Highlight The Invisibility Of Animal World
USA Art News, January 11, 2017