YONGJU KWON

YONGJU KWON


KOJP / CN


Yongju Kwon(b. 1977, Korea) is a sculptor and installation artist who participated in special exhibition such as <Words at an Exhibition in ten chapters and five poems>, <Rhythm scenery>, <Imaginated boundaries> and held solo exhibitions <Casting>, <Tying>, <Solidification>. He presents sculptures that depicts the landscape of modern society to use urban wastes. He got inspired by John Heartfield(1891-1968, Germany) who used photo-montage which is rearranging images from magazines or newspapers after the First World War.


[Solo]

2018     Casting, Doosan Gallery Seoul, Seoul, Korea 

2016     Tying, Doosan Gallery New York, New York, U.S.A

2014     Solidification, Art Space POOL, Seoul, Korea

               Tying, D Project Space, Seoul, Korea



[Group]

2020     Ten Chapters and Five Poems, Busan Biennale 2020, Korea

               NON-SCULPTURE: Light or Flexible, Changwon Sculpture Biennale 2020, Korea 

               Where the Tide Has Been, SeMA Buk-Seoul, Seoul, Korea

               RhythmScape, Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Canada

2019     Minus Hours, Wuin Art Center, Cheongju, Korea

               Array, Gallery Baton, Seoul, Korea

2018     Beyond the Making , Wooran Foundation, Seoul, Korea

               Imagined Borders, Gwangju Biennale 2018, Korea