Changyoung Kim

Changyoung Kim’s work appears to be a form of painting, but the process of creating it is of the sculpture or of an object, as it involves continuously reconfiguring the painted surface. The result is an image of an object that fades through the passage of time, one that cannot be created by just applying paint on the surface. Such image attempts to ambiguously slip through the light and the shadow, between the lights, between the light and the color, between colors, and between images. Images that cannot be classified as abstract or figurative are repeatedly created. (extract from Noam Kim’s critique)

  • Education
    • 2007 Pratt Institute, MFA, Painting, Brooklyn, New York
      2001 Chugye University for the Arts, BFA, Seoul, Korea
  • Selected Solo Exhibitions
    • 2018 《Where are you from》, ArterTain, Seoul, Korea
      2015 《Changyoung Kim solo Exhibition》, Topohaus, Seoul, Korea
      2015 《Between the Light and Shadow which Bear no similarity with Each Other》, ArtSpace Hue, Paju Book City, Paju, Korea
      2014 《Between the Light and Shadow which Bear no similarity with Each Other》, Gallery Shingyo, Seoul, Korea
      2011 《Now in color: Changyoung Kim》, Gallery Coohaus, Mahattan, New York
  • Selected Group Exhibitions
    • 2020 《PAJU ACT.2》, Artists' studios & Art spaces in PAJU Book City, Paju, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
      2019 《Retroactive images》, Ggumtl gallery, Pohang, Korea
      2019 《Veiling like Veil》, Artnoid178, Seoul, Korea
      2019 《The Time of Painting》, Sejong Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
      2019 《Promeneurs: walking through the Abstract ? City》, ArtSpace Hue, Paju, Korea
      2018 《ART369》, Art Place, Seoul, Korea
  • Residencies/Awards/
    • Residencies
      2015- HUE+NETWORK ART STUDIO, Paju, Korea

      2018 The 7th Chongkundang Yesuljisang

      2019 MMCA Artbank
      2019 Chong Kun Dang

〈Secret Serenity_02〉, 2019, Oil on canvas, 91x91cm, MMCA Artbank. Image Courtesy of the Artist

〈Secret Serenity_04〉, 2019, Oil on canvas, 116.5x91cm. Image Courtesy of the Artist

〈illusion_02〉, 2011, Oil on canvas, 183x183cm. Image Courtesy of the Artist

〈illusion_Blue_02〉, 2009, Oil on canvas 122x183cm. Image Courtesy of the Artist

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