Seoul, b.1984

Min ha Park

Min ha Park observes things that infiltrate into the unknown and cause a reaction at some points, and puts them on the screen. This is a reproduction of invisible phenomena, and makes the viewer go through the process of having to understand the artist's sensuous and personal incarnation again in a private sense. Nevertheless, the various elements already shared within this process – colors, forms and languages – have ensured the universality of communication, thus making incomplete and clear dialogue possible through the artist's conversation.

Min ha Park currently lives and works in Seoul, Korea.

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Biography

Min ha Park observes things that infiltrate into the unknown and cause a reaction at some points, and puts them on the screen. This is a reproduction of invisible phenomena, and makes the viewer go through the process of having to understand the artist's sensuous and personal incarnation again in a private sense. Nevertheless, the various elements already shared within this process – colors, forms and languages – have ensured the universality of communication, thus making incomplete and clear dialogue possible through the artist's conversation.

Min ha Park currently lives and works in Seoul, Korea.

Artworks

22

Hypnagogia, 2019

RELATED CATEGORIES

21st Century Art / Abstract Painting / Abstraction / Acrylic Paint / Asian Art / Bold Composition / Bright Colors / Canvas / Contemporary Asian Art / Contemporary Korean Art / Digital Imagery / Invisible Phenomena / iPad / Korean Art / Mixed Media Sculpture / Oil on Canvas / Oil Paint / Oil Painting / Painting / Perception / Representation / Reproduction / Sculpture / Sensory Experience / Seoul / Smooth and Flat Surface / South Korea / Visibility and Invisibility / Vivid Colors / Women Artists

CURRICULUM VITAE

Education

  • 2011

    MFA Yale University, Painting, Connecticut, USA

  • 2006

    BFA School of Visual Arts, New York, USA

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Sun Gone, ONE AND J. Gallery, Seoul, Korea

  • 2016

    Night Swimming, Skibum MacArthur, Los Angeles, USA

  • Night Swimming, Alter Ego, Seoul, Korea

Group Exhibitions

  • 2018

    The Camp #1: Timekeepers, Galerie ERD, Seoul, Korea

  • It’s Snowing in LA, AA|LA, Los Angeles, USA

  • 2017

    Para Site 2017 Fundraising Auction Gala, Hongkong

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Education

  • 2011

    MFA Yale University, Painting, Connecticut, USA

  • 2006

    BFA School of Visual Arts, New York, USA

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Sun Gone, ONE AND J. Gallery, Seoul, Korea

  • 2016

    Night Swimming, Skibum MacArthur, Los Angeles, USA

  • Night Swimming, Alter Ego, Seoul, Korea

  • 2015

    No Bones, Platform Place 629, Seoul, Korea

Group Exhibitions

  • 2018

    The Camp #1: Timekeepers, Galerie ERD, Seoul, Korea

  • It’s Snowing in LA, AA|LA, Los Angeles, USA

  • 2017

    Para Site 2017 Fundraising Auction Gala, Hongkong

  • Clear Confusion, Whistle, Seoul Korea

  • 2016

    Adidas NMD, DDP, Seoul, Korea

  • Unseen Garden, ONE AND J. Gallery, Seoul, Korea

  • 2015

    SWE7, UNC Gallery, Seoul, Korea

  • 2014

    Today’s Salon, Common Center, Seoul, Korea

  • 2011

    MFA THESIS SHOW, Yale School of Art Gallery, New Haven, USA

  • 2009

    Art for Haiti Benefit Auction, Yale School of Art Gallery, New Haven, USA

  • MFA 2011, Yale School of Art Gallery, New Haven, USA

  • 2008

    Geisai Miami at Pulse, Curator: Takashi+Murakami, Miami, USA

  • The Seed and the Soil, Ivy Brown Gallery, New York, USA

  • Byrdcliffe Pollock-Krasner Fellows, Kleinert/James Arts Center, Woodstock, USA

  • 2007

    12.16.06, I-20, New York, USA

  • 2005

    Print Additions, Visual Arts Gallery, New York, USA

  • 2004

    The Drawing Show: Emerging SVA Artists, The Zed Gallery, Brooklyn, USA

Grants & Awards

  • 2008

    A.I.R at the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, With Pollock-Krasner Foundation Award