Jihyun Jung

JIHYUN JUNG

(1986 – )

Born in Suwon

  • 2014

    • M.F.A. Korea National University of Arts, Seoul, Korea
  • 2010

    • B.F.A. Korea National University of Arts, Seoul, Korea

Solo Exhibitions

  • Gomyeomsom,  Doosan Gallery, Seoul, Korea
  • 2015

    • Cases of Finding a Whale in Mountain,  Doosan Gallery, New York, USA
  • 2013

    • Bird Eat Bird , Insa Art Space, Seoul, Korea
  • 2011

    • Away from Here , Project Space Sarubia, Seoul, Korea
  • 2010

    • Words Left Unsaid , Gallery Skape, Seoul, Korea

Group Exhibitions

  • 2017

    • Ganjeong Daeu Contemorary Art Festival, Gangjeongbo, Daegu, Korea
    • Dawn Breaks: Seoul, Art Sonje Center, Seoul, Korea
  • 2016

    • Dwan Breaks 2016, The 11th Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, Korea
  • 2015

    • Unknown Packages, Queens Museum, New York, USA
  • 2014

    • Low Technology, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul
    • Spectrum-Spectrum, PLATEAU Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul
    • How to hold your breath,  Doosan gallery, Seoul
    • B painting, Gallery 175, Seoul
    • There is more fresh air on the floor, Amado Art Space, Seoul
  • 2013

    • The Next Genaration, Doosan gallery, Seoul
    • Translate into Mother Tongue, Doosan gallery, Seoul, New York
  • 2012

    • Unfinished Journey, Cais gallery, Seoul
    • The Anthology, Platform Place 629, Seoul
    • The Width of the Night, Keumsan Gallery, Heyri
  • 2010

    • Separate Volume, Gallery 175, Seoul
    • Art Amsterdam : It’s Your Present, RAI, Amsterdam
    • Seogyo Sixty : The Imaginary Archive, Gallery Sangsangmadang, Seoul
  • 2009

    • Passage Rites, Suwon Art Center, Suwon
  • 2008

    • (Sub) Titile, Gallery 175, Seoul

Awards and Residencies

  • 2015

    • Seoul Art Space Geumcheon residency, 7th Term Artist,  Seoul, Korea
    • Doosan Residency New York, New York, U.S.A
  • 2013

    • Sindoh Artist Support Program, Gahun Sindoh Foundation, Seoul, Korea
    • Arts Council Korea AYAF (Arko Young Artist Frontier)
  • 2012

    • Mercedes-Benz Korea Artist

Publication

  • 2013

    • Thames, Arts Council Korea, Seoul

 

 

updated in April, 2017