• Park Kyungjong Artist

    Park Kyungjong received a BFA from The Cooper Union in New York with his major in painting and animation, but with painting and animation as an axis, he works in many different forms such as installation and video. His solo shows include Mirage at Art Space Grove in 2017, Empathy: Objects at Seoul Art Space Seogyo, and Nostalgia for the Future at Space Womb Gallery in 2013. He is an artist selected by the JoongAng Fine Arts Prize and he also enrolled in residency programs with Cheongju Art Studio and OCI Museum.

  • Parc Rahm Artist

    Parc Rahm works in Seoul and has held solo exhibitions Magnetic Lasso Survey at Cake Gallery in 2014, Shape of Mass at Gallery EM in 2016, and Aportrait at Weekend in 2017. Throughout her career, she has joined group shows including Today’s Salon at Common Center in 2015, Crossing Plane at Ilmin Museum of Art, Analytic Index at Cake Gallery in 2015. Since 2014, Parc has also presented three shows of her performance series Drawing Exercise, and recently performed Call at Boan 1942.

  • Park Yeojoo Artist

    Park Yeojoo attained a bachelor’s degree from Seoul Women’s University and a master’s degree in painting from Slade School of Fine Art, University College London. Park held two solo exhibitions, starting with Night Thoughts at Project Space SARUBIA in 2013. She also participated in various group exhibitions held at AmorePacific Museum of Art, Kumho Museum of Art, Culture Station Seoul 284, and Seoul Museum of Art. She also partook in the 2015 Seoul Museum of Art Nanji Residency program.

  • Park Gwangsoo Artist

    Park Gwangsoo graduated from the undergraduate and graduate school of Seoul National University of Science and Technology in 2008 with a major in formative arts. Beginning with his first solo show 2001: A SPACE COLONY at Gallery b'ONE in 2011, he held multiple solo shows including Darkest Wind, Bonfire and Drum Sound at Shinhan Gallery and Crack at Doosan Gallery. He also partook in numerous group shows such as DigiFun Art: Urban Scape at Seoul Museum of Art and B-Cut Drawing at Kumho Museum of Art. Among many awards, he received the 2016 Doosan Artist Award and Chong Kun Dang Art Award and has had multiple experiences as an artist-in-residency. Park is active in various fields, even producing the music video for the title song of the band Hyukoh’s first album in 2017.

  • Park Minha Artist

    Park Minha earned her BFA in Western painting at Ewha Womans University and an MFA in fine arts at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) in 2013. In 2014, Park was awarded the V-tape Award by the 27th Images Festival in Toronto, Canada. Several exhibitions and film festivals featured her works including The Un-bound Archive at Arko Art Center; her solo exhibition Telecast Baghdad at Audio Visual Pavilion, Cinematic Divergence at MMCA, Seoul; Film Montage at the Coreana Museum of Art; New Skin: Modeling and Attaching at Ilmin Museum of Art; and Art Spectrum 2015 at Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art.

  • 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.

  • Park Bona Artist

    After graduating from Sogang University with a B.A. in English literature, Bona Park studied fine arts at the Korea National University of Arts and graduated from Goldsmiths College, University of London in the UK, with a M.F.A. in art practice. Park has participated in a number of both international and domestic residencies including ones in Italy and Taiwan, actively working on various art projects and presenting at exhibitions held at home and abroad. The artist displayed her artwork as only Korean artist at the 2012 New Museum Triennial in New York City.  

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