• Yoon Jiyoung Artist

    Yoon Jiyoung studied sculpture at Hongik University and received an MFA in Sculpture from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Since then she has held two solo exhibitions including Glorious Magnificent in Chicago and On a Proper Line in Seoul (both in 2015), and participated in a number of group exhibitions such as Instructions for the Audience held at the SeMA Bunker, Acrobatic Cosmos at One and J Gallery, No Longer Objects at the Buk Seoul Museum of Art, Scatter Gather at the Insa Art Space, and Discrete Use of Reality at the Doosan Gallery.

    She has also participated in a few residency programs including the MacDowell Colony in 2014, the Goyang Residency of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in 2016, and the Seoul Art Space Geumcheon in 2017 and 2018.

  • Yeo Daham Artist

    Yeo Daham(b. 1984) studied photography and video art at the Haja Production School in 2003. Since graduating from the school, he has engaged in a multitude of collaborative projects and residency works, as well as holding his first solo exhibition, Dust Control Tower, in 2011. Yeo received the Second Ilmac Art Prize in 2012, and was nominated for the Hermes Foundation Art Award in 2014.

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  • Yuon Kibaik Artist

    Yuon Kibaik attained his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Seoul National University with concentration in sculpture. Yuon’s interest in the overlooked and the neglected things lead him to record the lives of his neighbors, to observe mundane objects, and to reconstruct them into installations. His solo exhibitions include Green Heights at SOMA Drawing Center in Gyeonggi (2012), Enriched History at Zaha Museum in Seoul (2013), Approaching a Place at Seoul Art Space Geumcheon (2014), and Para-site at SongEun ArtSpace in Seoul (2015). Yuon also took part in group shows and residency programs at Seoul Art Space Geumcheon and MMCA Goyang.

  • Yeom Jihye Artist

    Yeom Jihye graduated from Seoul National University with a B.F.A. in painting and earned her M.F.A. in fine art at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design and another M.F.A. in fine art at Goldsmiths College. From 2007 to 2012, Yeom has received numerous residencies and participated in different special exhibitions held across the world in Ghana, Iran, Palestine, Finland, Brazil, and Columbia. In 2016, the artist received the Award of Excellence from SongEun Art Award for her new work They Come. Swiftly, Stealthily.

  • Yi Yunyi Artist

    Yi Yunyi studied modern poetry Korea in the Department of Creative Writing at Seoul Institute of the Arts, and she earned a BFA in fine arts and an MFA in integrated media arts at Hunter College, New York, USA. Since 2012, Yi has participated in several group exhibitions and residencies both domestically and internationally to present her art world, and in 2014 she held her first solo exhibition A Round Turn and Two Half-Hitches.

  • Yoon Kalim Artist

    Yoon Kalim studied sculpture and visual design at Seoul National University, and in 2007 she received an MFA in sculpture from the Slade School of Fine Art in the UK. Yoon has held several solo exhibitions including Accumulated Traces at Gallery Factory in 2010. Group shows featuring her works include New Interventions in Sculpture at Helene Nyborg Contemporary, Copenhagen, Denmark in 2008; Moa-invites 2011 at MoA (Museum of Art), Seoul National University in 2011; Arrival at Gallery Simon in 2013; and Young Artists Selected by the Bank of Korea in 2016. Yoon is actively showing her works now.

  • Yoo Youngjin Artist

    Since 2012, Yoo Youngjin has showed various artworks and graduated from the School of Performing Arts and Media, Chung-Ang University, with a B.F.A. in photography in 2012. Various projects he has participated in include the Public Art Projeat UNUS Space and the Art Factory Project at Sunset Janghang Festival, both in 2012. Yoo has also participated in several group exhibitions such as Artflash at the KIAF in 2012 and Peep! at Songwon Art Center in 2013. A number of international group exhibitions he has presented include In Transit at the European Month of Photography Berlin and Alt. +1000 festival de photographie in Switzerland.

  • Yang Yooyun Artist

    Yang Yooyun graduated from Sungshin Women’s University with a BFA and MFA in oriental painting. Starting with her first solo exhibition titled Scar at Ccot+Incubator in 2010, Yang has presented her works at four solo exhibitions, also including Daydream at Gallery SoSo in 2012, The Full Night at Gallery Bundo in 2013, and They Cry at OCI Museum of Art in 2014 as selected by OCI YOUNG CREATIVES, as well as at number of group exhibitions. The artist attempts to bring an individual’s sensitivity, social phenomena, and incidents onto the canvas through her unique artistic sense.

  • Yoon Byoungjoo Artist

    Born in 1984 in Seoul, Korea, Yoon Byoungjoo studied photography at Seoul Institute of Arts where he began exploring various characteristics of photography, including its documentary attributes, based around the theme of Hwaseong, a city in Gyeonggi-do. The artist has presented at a number of group exhibitions such as Museum Scandal held at the Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art in 2011 and FF2 (2012) at Michael Schultz Gallery Seoul, and he has held several solo exhibitions including Exploration of Hwaseong (2014, Space Willing N Dealing) and Mark on Hwaseong (2014, SongEun Art Cube). With his young, experimental viewpoint, Yoon is actively working on his artworks, and he was awarded the Mirae Award by ParkGeonhi Foundation in 2013 and the Selected Artists at the 36th Joongang Fine Arts Prize in 2014.    

  • Yoo Mokyon Artist

    Born in 1978 in Seoul, Korea, Yoo Mokyon studied photography for his undergraduate and graduate degrees but worked for seven years at a trading company, which had no relation to his studies. It wasn’t until 2011 that Yoo started working as an artist after participating in a workshop for up-and-coming artists held by Arko Art Center. Currently, the artist continues to work on photography while his recent works present a novel, unfamiliar objet or situation regardless of place, prompting unexpected encounters and communications. Exhibitions where he presented include Overture 2, Photography at PKM Gallery in 2011, Mokyon Pocha at Seoul Art Space Seogyo in 2013, Shared Isolation at Kumho Art Museum in 2013, and the Seoul Art Space Festival held by Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture at Seoul Citizens Hall in 2013. After attaining residencies at Cheongju Art Studio in 2012 and Kumho Art Studio in 2013, since 2014 he has been working at the Artist Residency TEMI in Daejeon, Korea.    ​

  • Yeon-doo Jung Artist

    Jung graduated from Seoul National University’s Department of Sculpture in 1994, and finished a Diploma in Sculpture at Central Saint Martins College of Art in 1995. He then received an M.F.A. from Goldsmith College, University of London, in 1997. Jung has worked internationally through artist-in-residence programs in Korea and overseas, at Ssamzie Space in 2001, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum in 2002, and through the International Studio and Curatorial Program, New York, in 2006. He received a 2nd Shanghai Biennale Asia Europe Culture Foundation Award (2002), was named Artist of the Year by the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul (2007), and Young Artist of the Year by Korea’s Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (2008). He has held solo exhibitions at many galleries/museums including Galerie Emmanual Perrotin, Paris, Galerie Gebr. Lehmann, Berlin, Kukje Gallery, Seoul, and the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea. He has also participated in many group exhibitions. Currently based in Seoul, Jung also works in cities around the world. 

  • Yooyoung Park Curator

    A French major at Chonnam National University in Korea, Park began her work with an interest in provincial cultures and art projects. In the 2011 Asia Munhwa Maru (Kunsthalle Gwangju), she led part of a performance for an incubating program for young artists titled Nomads on Vacation. This spurred her to join other projects by artists-in-residence from Australia, Thailand and Japan. Park has also worked as a performer in Sound Art Performance, vocalist for MUZI, a band consisting of Korea-based artists, and assistant curator at Lotte Gallery. She is mainly interested in cultural and artistic exchanges between regions (or countries), as well as planning projects that combine fine arts with performance and music. Park is now a member of OverLab, a group of independent curators launched in 2015.

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