• Hong Buhm Artist

    Hong Buhm majored in industrial design at Hongik University and earned his master’s degree from New York School of Visual Arts, where he focused on digital art, photography, and video. He completed artist residency programs in Nebraska and Beijing, and beginning with his solo exhibition in New York, Space Entwine, Hong held a series of exhibitions including Lost Wood at Project Space SARUBIA, Somewhere in Mind at Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Unexpected Drawing at KAIST Gallery, and Hong Buhm.ZIP: Old Exterior at Paradise Zip. Hong also recently partook in the two-person show An-other Column held in DOOSAN Art Center.

  • Han Sungwoo Artist

    Han Sungwoo graduated from the School of Art and Design, Korea University, and received a M.F.A. in fine art at Korea National University of Arts. In 2013, Han debuted with his solo exhibition From Scenery in 2013, and participated in four group exhibitions at Hanwon Museum of Art in 2013, Common Center and Leehwaik Gallery in 2014, and 175 Gallery in 2015. His second solo show, The Scenery Behind, was held at Space BM 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.

  • Hong Jiyon Artist

    Hong Jiyon graduated from Kookmin University with a BFA in fine arts and from Art Center College of Design with an MFA in fine arts. Starting with a group exhibition at Sheffield Hallam University in which the artist participated as an exchange student in 2006, Kim held group exhibitions each year until 2014. At her solo exhibitions Corrected Memory of a City (Raymond Gallery, Pasadena, CA) in 2010, North Is Where Mountains Are (MFA thesis exhibition, Main Gallery, ACCD, Pasadena, CA) in 2011, and Corrected Memory of a City_B (GlogauAIR Gallery, Berlin, GR) in 2012, Hong presented her art on the discrepancies that exist between reality and ideas. She was featured in the Drawing Center Archive Artist Registry by Seoul Olympic Museum of Art in 2012 and was mentioned as the finalist of the Jean-Claude Reynal Scholarship.

  • Hyunjoo Byeon Curator

    Byeon Hyun-joo is currently working as the director of the Exhibition Team of Kukje Gallery, Seoul, where she organizes exhibitions for artists such as Park Chan-kyong, Ahn Kyuchul, U Sunok, and Kwon Young-Woo. From 2011 to 2013, Byeon was an assistant curator at Art Sonje Center where she worked for exhibitions including Simon Fujiwara (2013), Shinro Ohtake (2012–2013), Lee Bul (2012), Hein-kuhn Oh’s Middlemen (2012), and Abstract Walking – Sora Kim Project (2012). Additionally, she has worked independently to curated shows including Tourist’s Dream (Project Space 2 at Iniva, London, 2010); Jason Underhill’s Sing Your Heart Out, part of Event Horizon, GSK Contemporary (Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2008–2009); Flexible Aura (Brain Factory, Seoul, 2009); and Visual Vocabulary – Between Words and Images (The Gallery at Willesden Green, London, 2008). Byeon has earned her MFA in curating from Goldsmiths, University of London, and double-majored business administration and art history at Ewha Womans University, Seoul. She has lectured at colleges, translated Curating Subjects (Open Editions, 2007) for its Korean edition that was co-published by The Hyunsil Publishing and Samuso: Space for Contemporary Art in 2013, and contributed texts on contemporary art including co-authoring the publication Curating Research (de Appel /Open Editions, 2014).

  • HYBE Artist

    HYBE, the interactive media artist collective made by Han Changmin and Ryu Sunwoong, was selected as the winner of the DaVinci Idea Contest in 2011 and 2012. The contest is held annually at Geumcheon Art Factory to help artists discover new possibilities through the combination of art and technology. They presented Light Tree: Interactive Dan Flavin and IRIS for the contest, and, currently, they are participating in Geumcheon Art Factory's Artist Residency Program. Also, Leaf was exhibited in the Old Seoul Station, and In Between was shown in Media City Seoul. HYBE's goal in the future is to continuously engage people with experience-focused interactive media works that converge technology and art, experiment and utility. In addition, they intend to “converge” their work into existing industrial fields such as architecture. The group also aims to present something that can have a positive impact on life and society with their artistic and useful imagination, even if that impact may be minimal.

  • Hyunjoo Heaven Baek Artist

    After graduating from Australia's RMIT University in 2006 with a degree in media art, Hyunjoo Heaven Baek received her master's degree from the UK's Glasgow School of Art in 2009. She returned to Korea in 2009 and participated in residency programs in Ssamzie Farmer Residency in Hongcheon, Gangwon-do; Seoul Art Space Geumcheon; Hangar in Spain; and the Association of Icelandic Visual Artists (SÍM). In 2013, she was selected by Arts Council Korea to hold a solo exhibition as one of the emerging artists of the year to be fostered by the next generation artistic talent supporting project.

  • Heo Suyoung Artist

    Heo Suyoung earned his BFA and MFA in plastic arts at Seoul National University of Science and Technology in Korea. He started his work as an artist with the solo exhibition The Smaller Majority and a residency program. Heo has held four solo exhibitions and numerous group exhibitions. The artist presents intensive paintings which catalog and overlap integrated images of his everyday life.

  • Hong-joo Kim Artist

    Born in Hoin, Chungcheongbuk-do in 1945, Kim graduated from Hongik University’s Department of Occidental Painting and attended graduate school at the same university. Starting with his first solo exhibition in 1978, he has held 15 solo exhibitions and been part of many group exhibitions. He is the recipient of the Frontier Award at the Grand Prix Exhibition of Korean Art (1978), the Special Award at the Cagne International Painting Festival, France (1980), and the 6th Lee In-sung Artist Award (2005). 

  • Heecheon Kim Artist

    Kim Heecheon was born in Seoul, in 1989, He earned an undergraduate degree in Department of Architecture at the Korea National University of Art. He held his first solo exhibition at Common Center(2015, Seoul) and participated in numerous group exhibitions such as “New Skin : Modeling and Attaching”(Ilmin Museum of Art, Seoul, 2015), “Wellknown Unknown”(Kukje Gallery, Seoul, 2016), “iwillmedievalfutureyou5”(Kunsthal Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark, 2016), “Void”(MMCA, Seoul, 2016) and SeMA Biennale Media City Seoul 2016 (Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul). He has received the Mirae Awards (Canon Korea, Park Geonhi Foundation, 2013), and the Doosan Yonkang Art Awards (Doosan Yonkang Foundation, 2016). 

  • Hong-hee Kim Curator

    Kim Hong-hee graduated from Ewha Womans University with a degree in French literature. After receiving a master’s degree in art history from Concordia University in Canada, she returned home to complete a doctoral program in the same subject at Hongik University. She has served as director of SSamzie Space (1998--2008) and the Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art (2006--2010), as well as commissioner for the 2000 Gwangju Biennale and the Korean Pavilion at the 2003 Venice Biennale and general director for the 2006 Gwangju Biennale. Her studies and books include Feminism · Video · Art (1998) and Good Morning, Mr. Paik (2007). She is currently director of the Seoul Museum of Art and a selection committee member for the artistic director of the 2017 Kassel Documenta exhibition. 

  • Hyunjung Woo Researcher

    Woo graduated from Korea National University of Arts with an MFA degree in 19th-century British design. Previously serving as a researcher at Art Center Nabi (2010–12); coordinator at the Incheon International Digital Art Festival; guest curator at Woomin Art Center (2012–14); and writer on fine arts for Space magazine (2015–17), she is now a senior researcher at the Korean National Research Center for the Arts. The exhibits she organized include Rediscovery of the Market, which was managed by Seoul Design Foundation in 2012, and Donghee Koo’s Night Theft (Audio Visual Pavilion, 2014). She also co-authored 13 Balls (2013) and co-translated Radical Museology (2016). Woo’s main interest is connecting social history with visual culture ranging from media art to design. 

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