KANG Juhyeon
(b. 1981, Seoul, Korea)

KANG Juhyeon’s sculpture is made of photograph prints cut linearly. She use them to form a structures she selects and this is called ‘photo drawing’ as if the long and thin papers are drawing lines in three dimensional space. The initial photograph she takes becomes the skin of the objects - a grinder, tools, or a fire extinguisher - which she uses in her studio.

KANG received BFA from Jeju University, MFA from Hong-ik University and presently Phd candidate at Hong-ik University. Her works were included many solo and group shows including at Gallery Kunstraum, at Seum Art Space, at Yangpyong Art Museum, Incheon Art Platform, and many more.

2010: MFA, Sculpture, Hongik University, Seoul
2007: BFA, Department of Fine Art, Jeju National University, Jeju, Korea
Exhibitions (Selected)
2017: Another Way of Telling, Suwon iPark Museum of Art, Suwon, Korea
2017: Hallasan, Palais de Seoul, Seoul
2016: Sea-休, Nammang Gallery, Tongyeong, Korea
2015: Straight, Tangled Straight Back, Ujung Art Center, Seoul
2015: A Chair and Four Chairs, Chogye Art Museum, Jeju, Korea
2014: Space Being Thought, Kunstdoc Project Space, Seoul
2014: Extension Method, TUV Art Gallery, Seoul
2013: Drawing Which Holds Time, Gong Art Space, Seoul
2013: Drawing Which Holds Time, Art Space C, Culture Space-Sisun, Jeju, Korea
2010: SKIN SUIT, KEPCO Arts Center Gallery, Seoul

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