• Choi Chansook Artist

    Choi Chan-sook received Diploma and Meister degrees at the Universität der Künste Berlin, and was selected for the Emerging Artist Support Program sponsored by the City of Berlin.
    She was selected as the Artist of Tomorrow by the Sungkok Art Museum in Seoul, and received the Young Artist Prize from the LOOP gallery. She held her first solo exhibition at the Art Sonje Center to celebrate the New Artist Program Award she received from the Seoul Museum of Art in 2017.
    Choi has also held solo exhibitions at the Grimm Gallery in Germany, and the Galaxy Museum of Contemporary Art in Sacheon, South Korea, and received a prize from the Ilje-August Foundation, an affiliated organization of the Municipal Art Museum of Berlin.

  • Choi Yun Artist

    Choi Yun attained bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Korea National University of Arts and has been working in the medium of installation and performance to shed light on the common findings within the city of Seoul. Her solo show Hanaco, Yunyunchoi, Choi Yun Solo Exhibition was held at the project space of Art Sonje Center in 2017, and her works were also shown in group exhibitions at Kukje Gallery and Doosan Gallery New York. Choi was selected for R:ead: Residency East-Asia Dialogue in Hong Kong, and for the Seoul Museum of Art’s Emerging Artists & Curators Support program.

  • Choi Yoonsuk Artist

    Visual artist and producer Choi Yoonsuk also produces performances and screenings. In 2017, Choi invited his colleagues for a Relay Lecture Performance addressing their common concerns through a public speech format. He also presented Glass Mirror at Doosan Art Center in 2017, Life and Work and Work and Life at Shinhan Gallery in 2014, and had a solo screening at Theatre Sinchon in 2017. His major solo exhibitions include Unassailable Assets at Space O’NewWall in 2015, and he was invited to partake in major exhibitions such as Video Portrait at Total Museum of Contemporary Art in 2017 and Another O at Doosan Gallery in 2015.

  • Choi Sujin Artist

    Choi Sujin graduated from Chung-Ang University in 2010 with bachelor’s and master’s degree in oil painting. Beginning with Curiosity, Cloud, Words held at Kunst Doc in 2010, Choi has had multiple solo exhibitions such as Lumpy Bumpy Ground at Gallery b’ONE in 2014, and Walk around a Corner, Rainbow Breath at Lee Eugene Gallery in 2015. In 2012, Choi was awarded Grand Prize at the Thirty-Fourth JoongAng Fine Arts Prize Competition, and in 2014, her work was selected for Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture’s promising art projects grant.

  • Cha Mihye Artist

    Cha Mihye studied at Kaywon University of Art & Design and École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts (ENSBA). Cha held two solo exhibitions, Echo, Inescapable and Full, Empty, Floating, and has participated in a number of group exhibitions including 2015 Random Access and Outside of the Gray Zone. The artists also participated in residency programs with the SeMA NANJI Residency and MMCA Residency Changdong Project 2016. Cha was awarded at the Ninth Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul, Avid Award Korean Competition, and in 2015, was selected as a SeMA Emerging Artist by Seoul Museum of Art. (Artist’s website: http://www.chamihye.com)

  • Cho Ikjung Artist

    Cho Ikjung earned her B.F.A. in painting at Ehwa Womans University and graduated from Chelsea College of Arts in London, the UK. In Korea, Cho participated in group shows including one at DOOSAN Gallery and presented the solo exhibition You Guys Are Y'all at Corner Art Space and Spot at Post Territory Ujeongguk. The artist has shown her works at different public spaces in New York and London.

  • Chu Mirim Artist

    Chu Mirim earned her BFA in visual design at Dankook University and studied at Ecole des Beaux-Arts de Versailles, France. The artist has explored and experimented with elements that cross the border of design and fine arts through use of pixels while attempting to close the gap between art and life by participating in several collaboration works with businesses. Chu has held solo exhibitions at Galerie Steph, Singapore, in 2013 and at Trunk Gallery, Seoul, in 2016 and has worked on a number of collaborative projects with corporations.

  • Chang Yujung Artist

    Chang Yujung studied sculpture and art history at Ewha Womans University and earned an MFA in fine arts at Goldsmiths, University of London. Since 2007, Chang has held several solo exhibitions at Gallery Skape, the Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art (GMoMA) Project Gallery, Youngeun Museum of Contemporary Art, SSamzie Space, and Art First Gallery in the UK and has participated in group shows at Busan Museum of Art, The Museum of Photography, Insa Art Space, and DOOSAN Gallery. Her works are collected by Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art; Seoul Museum of Art; Daelim Museum; and Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.

  • 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.

  • Chung Jooa Artist

    Chung earned a bachelor’s in French literature and a master’s in visual design from Ewha Womans University in Seoul. In 2007, she received the KIAFA Special Award at Indie-Anifest for her work What This Naughty Boy Has to Say, along with several other prestigious awards from both national and international movie festivals. She earned the Special Jury Award from the Hida International Animation Festival of Folktales and Fables in Japan, which helped launch her career as an animation director. Later in 2008, Chung moved to France to study at the European School of Visual Art in Angoulême. She has since traveled in France and Korea to show her works at group exhibitions, receiving numerous residencies. She also held the solo exhibition Honest Man in 2011 and 2012 in both countries.

  • Choi Yoonsuk Artist

    Born in 1981 in Seoul, Korea, Choi Yoonsuk earned a BFA in Western painting at Chung-Ang University in 2007 and an MFA in painting from the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London, in 2011. Choi has held a number of group exhibitions, performances, and screening events in several countries around the world including Korea, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Belgium. The artist has also participated in a special exhibition titled Life and Work and Work and Life held at Shinhan Gallery in June 2014 and Another O, a Doosan curatorial workshop.

  • Chung Jaeyeon Artist

    Born in 1979 in Seoul, Korea, Chung Jaeyeon graduated from the Korea National University of Arts with a B.F.A in fine arts and from Chelsea College of Art and Design in Britain with a M.F.A in fine arts. Chung has worked on projects which attempt to intervene on public spaces through various media of performance, installations, and videos. After a close observation of public spaces, the artist highlights a certain space and employs an artistic methodology of slightly distorting the space’s context and reinterpreting the relationship between an individual and a group. Chung has participated in a number of group exhibitions such as Situated Senses: 30cm of Obscurity at the Old Police Station in 2012, VESSEL 2011 at KARST in 2011, and Supervisions at the Korean Cultural Centre in Britain in 2009 and worked on a joint project titled Opening Project at Arko Art Center in 2013. After a number of international residencies at Austria and Britain, the artist is currently staying and working at the Artist Residency TEMI in Daejeon, Korea.        

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