Workshop Foundation Limited Edtion Prints: Shinuk Suh

Shinuk Suh, Condemned, 2019, Giclée print on cotton paper, in white gesso frame with museum glass, 62.4 x 45 cm, Edition 1/100, £590

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We are very proud to partner with the Korean Cultural Centre UK and The Koppel Project for the duo exhibition of Shinuk Suh and Joonhong Min at the KCCUK in London from 10 March-18 April 2020. (Read more)

Shinuk Suh has been the 11th Solo Resident at Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop and is the first recipient of our brand new 1 Artist 1 Year Bursary.

Celebrating the involvement in “Rendered Realities” at the KCCUK in London, we are releasing a set of beautiful prints, developed from the work Shinuk Suh has produced during his Solo Residency at Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop in 2019.

Whilst raising funds to help support all of Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop’s initiatives – including the Solo Residency, Radical Residency® and the Workshop Foundation Member Support – it is a wonderful opportunity to share the stories, impact and influence on a fast growing community of artists, curators and visitors.

The Workshop Foundation Editions are a collection of works from the over 120 artists that have been involved in our exhibition and residency programmes to date.

Member artists have donated works and it is from these works we have developed the series of prints as a wonderful method to raise needed funds, including works by Shinuk Suh, Sarah Dwyer, Robin Mason, Sanne Vaassen, Aušra Vaitkūnienė, Hermione Allsopp, Michal Raz, Nemo Nonnenmacher, Ant Hamlyn, Kate Boucher, Stacie McCormick, Pascal Rousson, Daniel Silva, Camilla Emson, Bryan Reedy, Henry Tyrrell, Paula Baader, Javier Casas Torras, Cedric Christie, Gabriela Giroletti, Parsons & Charlesworth, Julia Court, Thomas Garnon, Dominic Till, Connie Harrison, Gwenyth Fugard, Jae Jo, Solveig Settemsdal, Jean-Baptiste Lagadec, Bianca Barandun, Hun Kyu Kim, Juliette Dominati, Lucille Uhlrich, Sam Carvosso, Tobias Becker, Lucian Strindberg-Boyle and José Carlos Naranjo.

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Shinuk Suh, Drowned, 2019, Giclée print on cotton paper, in white gesso frame with museum glass, 64 x 47 cm, Edition 1/100, £590

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Shinuk Suh has been the 11th Solo Resident at Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop and is the first recipient of our brand new 1 Artist 1 Year Bursary.

His Solo Residency Exhibition Man(u)fractured was presented at Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop from 29 November 2019-18 January 2020 and marked an exception in the history of the gallery’s residency programme, as this epic piece was exhibited in the main gallery. The sheer scale of Man(u)fractured, coupled with the outstanding merit and integrity of Shinuk’s practice made the decision obvious. This large scale installation, created and developed during his solo residency, has universal depth of subject as well as a remarkably timely reflection on our inability to unlock from the systems we have invented and escape their tragic-comic imprisonment. Read more about Man(u)fractured

Shinuk Suh (b.1988, South Korea) is based in London and has been Solo Artist in Residence at Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop. He graduated with a MFA Sculpture at the Slade School of Fine Art in 2019, before finishing his BA Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2017. He was nominated for Contemporary Visions (Beers Gallery, 2019), Solo Award (Chiara Williams Contemporary Art, 2018). Recent exhibitions include ‘Rendered Realities’, Korean Culture Centre, London (2020); ‘Invisible Balance’, Daniel Benjamin Gallery, London (2019), ‘Art Biesenthal’, Berlin (2019), ‘Salon of Conviviality’, White Rooms Foundation, Moscow  (2019); ‘Pareidolia’, Space Station Gallery and Daniel Benjamin Gallery, London (2019); ‘Call that Art’, Old Parcel Art Space, Scarborough (2019); ‘Low Entertainment’, Arch 5, London (2018); ‘The Solo Award group exhibition of shortlisted artists’, The Cello Factory, London (2018) and ‘Sex! Human Construction, Human Connection’, Crypt Gallery, London (2018).