Choi Myoung Young
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CHOI MYOUNG YOUNG BIOGRAPHY

Born in 1941 in Hae Joo, Korea

Lives and works in Seoul, Korea

Honorary Professor, College of Fine Arts Hongik University

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2019

The Page Gallery, Seoul, Korea

2017
Gallery Shilla, Daegu, Korea

2015
The Page Gallery, Seoul, Korea

2000
Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1997
Jo Hyun Gallery, Pusan, Korea

1992
Mook Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1990
Wolverhampton University Gallery, U.K

1986
Inax Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
Dong San Bang Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1982
Five Towers Micro Hall Center, Augustfenn, W. Germany

1981
Kwan-Hoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1980
Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1976
Seoul Gallery, Seoul, Korea

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017
Rhythm in Monochrome Korean Abstract Painting, Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo

2016
ORIGIN, Perrotin Gallery, Paris, France

2015
Beyond Painting, The Columns Gallery, Seoul

2014
A Form as thinking-Rediscovery of Drawing, Museum San, Wonju

2013
Empty fullness : Materiality and spirituality in contemporary Korean Art, SPSI Museum, Shanghai

2012
Danseakhwa Korean Monochrome painting, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Gwachon

2011
The opeing Exhibition of Daegu Art Museum“Qui is Full – Section 1 Drawing Yi”, Daegu Art museum, Daegu

2010
Group Exhibition 2010 : Kim Jeunghui, Yun HyongKeun, Choi Myungyoung, Gonggan purple, Heairi

2009
Korean Contemporary Artists Exhibition, Roh Gallery, Seoul The color of nature Monochrome Art in Korea, Wellside Gallery, Shanghai

2008
Korean Abstract art:1958-2008, Seoul Metropolitap Art Museum, Seoul

2007
Abstract Art, Amusement on the Border, Nam Seoul Annex Building of the Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul.
Critical Perspective-Some 130 Artists, From Early Modern to Contemporary, Art Blue, Seoul
Tracing the Pioneers of Korean Contemporary Art, Hong-ik University Museum of Art, Seoul

2006
Korean Art 100 Years, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea
Reduction and Expansion of Contemporary Art-ORIGIN Painting Association 1962-2006, Seoul Art Center, Seoul
Korean Art 1950’s-1960’s – Painting Groups, Seoul Art Center, Seoul
Diversity in Form & Thought -Recent Works of Korean Artists, Beijing
Art Gallery of Imperial City, Beijing

2005
Korea Contemporary Art Exhibition of Documenta I – For a New Art, Noam Gallery, Seoul
Greece- Korea Contemporary Art Exhibition, Athene, Italy
An Exhibition of 59 Selected Korean Artists, National Art School Gallery, Sydney, Australia
The Seoul Art Exhibition 2005 - Painting, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul

2004
Invitational Exhibition of the 31 Prominent Artists of Contemporary Art, Jung Dong Kyunghyang Gallery, Seoul
Seoul Contemporary Art Exhibition in Roma, House of Association of Architects of Roma, Roma
Invited Exhibition of Korea Contemporary Artists, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul
Asia International Art Exhibition 2004, The Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Japan

2003
White Spectrum-Joseon White Porcelain and Contemporary Art, Joseon Royal Kiln Museum, GwangJu, Korea
Drawing: It’s New Horizons, National Museum of Art, Deok-su Gung, Seoul
The International Art Exhibition 2003, Hokkadio Asai Gakuen University, Sapporo
Korea-Japan Contemporary Art 2003, Sejong Cultural Center, Seoul

2002
The 17th Asian International Art Exhibition, DaeJeon Municipal Museum of Art, DaeJeon
Understanding of the Abstract Art, Sungkok Museum, Seoul
Korean Contemporary Art from the mid-1970’s to the mid-1980’s - Age of Philosophy and Aesthetics, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea

2001
Korea Contemporary Art from mid-1960’s to mid-1970’s: A Decade of Transition and Dynamics, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea.
Journey of Art I Senior 100 Artists(1911-1941), An Itinerary of 21C Korean Contemprary Art Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, Seoul.

 

COLLECTIONS

National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea.
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan.
Seoul Metropolitan Art Museum, Seoul.
Busan Metropolitan Art Museum, Busan.
Daegu Art Museum, Daegu.
Gwangju Metropolitan Art Museum, Gwangju.
Daejon Metropolitan Art Museum, Daejon.
Simonosseki city Art Museum, Simonosseki, Japan.
Mie Prefectual Art Museum, Mie, Japan.
Hongik Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul.
Posco Art Museum, Seoul.
Total Art Museum, Seoul.
Gidang Art Museum, JeJudo.
Walkerhill Art Museum, Seoul.
Leeum, Seoul, Korea.
Sejon Cultural Center, Seoul.