Soap art moves from craft to concept

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Leo Ribeiro

No longer the bailiwick of school fetes, soap art has become serious and even subversive in the hands of Meekyoung Shin.

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Image: Meekyoung Shin - Translation – Vase Series - 2006 - ongoing - Soap pigment varnish mirrored stainless steel plates wooden crates -  Dimensions variable - Installation view at Korean Eye 2012 Saatchi Gallery. 
   

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Leo Ribeiro is an ArtsHub writer.