Lim Nosik

LIM Nosik majored in Oriental Painting at Hongik University, Seoul, and achieved an MFA in Fine Arts from Korea National University of Arts, Seoul. The artist works with his personal experiences in which he finds artificial conditions and traces within nature. Furthermore, he narrates situations that happen around borders in diverse spaces.
If his early work focused on the landscape near his studio, his recent work will address his hometown Yeoju, which was the theme of his work a few years ago. Nevertheless, while LIM will maintain the process of keeping the distance between the place where he finds the image and the space where the work will be realized, he will experiment on extending the distance between the spaces

  • Education
    • 2017 MFA in Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts,Korea National University of Arts in Seoul, Korea
      2015 BFA in Oriental Painting, Hongik University in Seoul, Korea
  • Selected Solo Exhibitions
    • 2020 《Pebble Skipping》, Art Space Boan, Seoul, Korea
      2017 《Folded Time》, Hapjungjigu, Seoul, Korea ?
      2016 《View from the Inside》, OCI Museum, Seoul, Korea
  • Selected Group Exhibitions
    • 2021 《Sounds of the Blue Marble》, Seoul National University Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
      2021 《Cast》, D/P, Seoul, Korea
      2020 《Re Search》, Seoul National University Of Education Sam Art Museum, Seoul 2020 Non-self standings, Amado Art Space. Seoul, Korea ?
      2018 《One Hundred Shadows》, Seongbuk Cultural Foundation, Dimension variable, Seoul, Korea
  • Residencies/Awards/
    • Residencies
      2021 Seoul Art Space Residency Geumcheon
      2020 Inartplform, Incheon Foundation, Incheon?
      2019 SeMA NANJI RESIDENCY 13th Artist, Seoul Museum of Art
  • Link

〈recipe03〉, 2021, Woodcut and oil on canvas, 337x190cm. Image Courtesy of the Artist

〈recipe01〉, 2021, Woodcut and oil on canvas, 277x445cm. Image Courtesy of the Artist

〈Wildflowers, held their breath 13-18〉, 2021, Stencil printing, 244x140cm. Image Courtesy of the Artist

〈flowers Exhibition〉. Image Courtesy of the Artist

〈Branch630〉, 2019, Oil on sewed canvas, 270x510cm. Image Courtesy of the Artist

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