• Jeikei (Jeon Heekyoung) Artist

    Jeikei graduated from Hongik University with a B.F.A. and M.F.A. in painting. Jeikei participated in the 2006 Young Artist Project, an art competition to discover up-and-coming artists, and held her solo exhibition at Jung Gallery. Later in 2011, the artist held another solo show, Sanbok and Utopia, and the Between Space. Jeikei has presented her works internationally through various residency programs abroad as she held her first international solo exhibition in Taipei, Taiwan, in 2013. As of 2015, the artist shows her works continuously at various solo exhibitions.

  • Ki Seulki Artist

    Ki Seulki earned a diploma in photography from Seoul Institute of the Arts and a B.F.A. in photography from Sangmyung University in 2007. From 2010 to 2012, Ki studied and received an M.F.A. in fine art at Slade School of Fine Art, University College London. In 2013, she held her first solo exhibition, Unfamiliar Corner, at Gallery Chosun, and has participated in a number of group exhibitions such as the Photography Criticism Award Exhibition at Artbit Gallery in 2008 and the Gwanghwamun International Art Festival in 2013. Ki was awarded the Ninth Photography Criticism Award in 2007 and was selected as an up-and-coming artist by Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA) in 2013.

  • Lee Yunho Artist

    Lee Yunho studied urban engineering and sculpture at Hongik University. In 2009, Lee left a strong impression on the audience at a PechaKucha 20x20 presentation, and in the same year he held solo exhibitions such as cafe MU: and 15 DAYS ONLY SHOW, PLATFORM PLACE 100 DAYS ONLY SHOP in Seoul. Several other group exhibitions he participated in include GOD SAVE THE MONA LISA at Gallery Plant in 2010, SOUND UN-RESISTANT HOUSE, and AMQ #1, LOWRISE in 2012.

  • Koh Jaewook Artist

    After graduating from Hongik University with a B.F.A. in painting, Koh Jaewook has illuminated aspects of the youth today by presenting installations that encourage viewer participation. Koh debuted with his first solo exhibition Never Let Me Go at Seoul Art Space Seogyo in 2013, and one of his major projects, RENTABLE ROOM, has been displayed at different exhibition spaces such as Space Haebang, Orange Pencil, Vanziha, Gauss, and Seoul Art Space Seogyo in 2014 and at DRP (Dongdaemun Rooftop Paradise) in 2015, in an attempt to reach out to a wider audience. Various video installations and short stories by the artist are available at Koh’s website (www.jaewookkoh.com).

  • Kim Dongkyu Artist

    Kim Dongkyu graduated from Korea National University of Arts with a B.F.A in fine arts in 2011, and an M.F.A. in the same major in 2014. In 2011, Kim held his solo exhibition Surfacing at Art Space Pool, and he held a publishing exhibition, Informel Logbook, at Art Sonje Center in June 2015. His second solo exhibition, Informel Lecture, was displayed at Project Space Sarubia in September 2015.

  • Jung Hyoyoung Artist

    Born in 1983, Jung Hyoyoung graduated from Hongik University with a B.F.A in 2006 and an M.F.A. in 2011, both in sculpture. Since 2010, Jung has participated in a number of group exhibitions and held solo exhibitions including Encore! Mist Age (2011), Supersensible Clash (2013), and The Stitches; Record of Duration (2015). The artist won the national art competition at the 2013 PyeongChang Biennale and was selected as a participating artist in the Wandering Art Campaign run by the Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture. Jung is currently working in an art collective called Moojin Brothers, which comprises three artists.

  • Park Mirae Artist

    Born in 1979 in Seoul, Park earned a bachelor’s and master’s in plastic arts from Korea National University of Arts (KNUA). Her residencies include Project CAN Foundation PSB’s Beijing Residency, Studio 683 funded by KNUA, and the first Paju Public Art Platform Residency. Park has held six solo exhibitions including The Rule, 17717 in 2014 and in group exhibitions, her works include Art and Collector at Palais de Seoul Gallery in 2011 and Paintings - All the Windows to the World at Blume Museum of Contemporary Art (Paju, Gyeonggi Province) in 2015.

  • Ho Sangun Artist

    Ho graduated from Hansung University in Seoul with a bachelor’s in painting, and earned a master’s in Western painting in 2012. His solo exhibitions include Things I've Seen, Things You've Seen: HOSANGUN REPRODUCTION OFFICE at Complex Cultural Facility Ccuullpool in 2012. In the same year, Ho published the book Detached View and a year later, he was named a participating artist for Dongbang Yogoi, a support program for up-and-coming artists sponsored by Art in Culture.

  • Shin Gunwoo Artist

    After graduating from Seoul National University with a bachelor’s in sculpture in 1997, Shin earned a master’s in the same subject there in 2006 and added another master’s in sculpture from University College London in 2009. Also in 2009, he received the Land Securities Studio Award of the U.K. Shin has held several solo exhibitions including Blitz at Gallery 2 in Seoul in 2013, Watch the Butterfly Falling at Shin Gallery in New York in 2014, and All Saints at Gallery Koo in Seoul in 2015. Shin is now working at Gallery Purple Studio in Seoul.

  • Shim Ahbin Artist

    Born in 1976, Shim majored in film and video at Kaywon University of Art and Design in Korea, and went on to receive a bachelor’s in time-based art and a master’s in electronic Imaging at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design at the University of Dundee in Scotland. After returning to Korea in 2006, she worked as a gallerist, and in 2011, she held solo exhibitions in Seoul such as You & Me at GYM Project and Opposite Poles of a Unity at Space Willing N Dealing in 2013. Her participation in group exhibitions has allowed her to display her installations featuring a combination of videos and paintings.

  • Jang Taewon Artist

    Born 1976 in Seoul, Jang works on projects both in his hometown and New York. After graduating from Chung-Ang University in 2001 with a bachelor’s in photography, the artist in 2006 earned a master’s in visual art from Columbia University. His solo exhibitions have been hosted by Heidi Cho Gallery in New York in 2007, the Seoul and New York branches of Doosan Gallery, and ILWOO Space in Seoul. More recently, he has taken part in group exhibitions including 31 Experiments on Light: Intimate Rapture at Culture Station Seoul 284. Jang is now based at the SeMA Nanji Residency.

  • Cha Seungean Artist

    Cha earned her bachelor’s and master’s in fiber art at Hongik University and another master’s in painting and drawing at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her honors received include the grand prize at the 23rd JoongAng Fine Arts Competition in 2001, a nomination for the KEPCO Award from KEPCO Art Center as an up-and-coming artist in 2010, and the Seoul Olympic Museum of Art (SOMA) Drawing Center Award in 2011. Since 2004, Cha has held solo exhibitions such as Be Still, and Know… in 2011, Between and Beyond in 2012, and Agnes and Seunghwans in 2014, along with a few group exhibitions. She has had residencies at Women’s Studio Workshop in New York and SeMa Nanji Residency and Gyeonggi Creation Center in Korea, and received a grant for new work from Gyeonggi Cultural Foundation in 2013 and one for a solo exhibition from the Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture in 2014.

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