• Lee Ji Eun Archivist

    Lee Ji-Eun majored in Western painting for undergraduate studies and art history and record management for her graduate studies. Since 2009, she has been working as an archivist at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea. She was in charge of several exhibitions and archives linked to exhibitions at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art including Media Art from MMCA Collection: Out of the Silent Planet (2010–2011), Countryside: Centennial Celebration of Lee In-sung's Birth (2012), 23 Artists of the Year (2011), Korea Artist Prize (2012), and In Snail's Gallop—Lee Kun-yong (2014). She also worked on the implementation and utilization of the modern art materials and archives collection (Choi Yeol, Kim Bok Ki) at the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. Currently, she is organizing the experimental art materials of the 1960s and 1970s that were recently donated to the museum.

  • Dal-jin Kim Archivist

    Kim Dal-jin is director of Kimdaljin Art Research and Counseling and the Kim Daljin Art Museum, editor of the monthly Seoul Art Guide, and director of the Korea Art Archive Association. He has worked in the archives of the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea (1981--96) and Gana Art Center (1996--2001) and served as vice chairman of the Korean Art Museum Curators Association (2011--13). He has written the book Looking at Korean Contemporary Art (1995) and co-written the book Twelve Stories of Art Exhibition Planners (2005). His past honors include the Artists’ Day Art and Culture Contribution Award (2009), the Korean Culture and Arts Award (2010), and the Korean Art Publication Award (2014). 

  • Sang Ae Park Archivist

    Park earned a bachelor’s in library and information science and a master’s in political science from Yonsei University in Seoul, then added a master’s in library and information science from Pratt Institute in New York. While a project archivist at the Guggenheim Museum in the Big Apple, she worked on the archives of the museum’s first director. Park is now director of Nam June Paik Art Center’s archive and library policy as well as its interview project. Her focus is the management of and system development for museum archive collections as well as media archives.

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