BIOGRAPHY

화가 박서보의 이력

Park Seo-bo 박서보

1931        Born in Yecheon, Gyeongsangbuk-Do, Korea.


EDUCATION

1950-54    

  • B.A in Painting, College of Fine Arts, Hong-Ik University, Seoul, Korea.

2000        

  • Honorary Doctoral Degree, Hong-Ik University, Seoul, Korea.
CAREER

Present        

  • Advisor of GIZI Foundation, Seoul.
  • Emeritus Professor, College of Fine Arts, Hong-Ik University, Seoul.
  • Standing Advisor of Seo-Bo Arts and Cultural Foundation, Seoul.

2019    

  • Establishment of GIZI Foundation, Seoul, Korea.

1994-2014    

  • Chairman of Seo-Bo Art and Cultural Foundation, Seoul, Korea.
  • Founder of Seo-Bo Art and Cultural Foundation, Seoul, Korea.

1986-90    

  • Dean of College of Fine Arts, Hong-Ik University, Seoul, Korea.

1985-86    

  • Dean of Graduate School of Fine Arts, Hong-Ik University, Seoul, Korea.

1977-80    

  • Chairman of Korean Fine Arts Association, Seoul, Korea.
  • Vice-Chairman of The Federation of Artistic & Cultural Organization of Korea, Seoul, Korea.

1970-77    

  • Vice-Chairman of Korean Fine Arts Association, Seoul, Korea.

1962-66, 1970-97    

  • Professor of College of Fine Arts, Hong-Ik University, Seoul, Korea.
photo by Seungho Park
photo by Seungho Park
SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2022

  • Park Seo-Bo, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.

2021

  • Park Seo-Bo, Kukje Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • Park Seo-Bo, Château La Coste, Le Puy- Sainte-Réparade, France.
  • Park Seo-Bo, White Cube Bermondsey, London, UK. 

2020

  • Mindfulness - Park Seo-Bo, 1OF0, Piknic Namsan, Seoul.

2019-20

  • Langen Foundation, Neuss, Germany. 
  • Johyun Gallery, Busan, Korea.

2019

  • “Retrospective Park Seo-Bo: The Untiring Endeavorer”, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France. 

2018        

  • “Park Seo-Bo Ecriture 1967-1976”, White Cube, Hong Kong.
  • Galerie Perrotin, New York, USA. 
  • “Pursuit of Inner Self”, Art Issue Projects, Taipei, Taiwan. 

2017        

  • “Park Seo-Bo Ecriture 1983-1992”, White Cube, London, UK.

2016        

  • “Ecriture 1967-1981”, White Cube, London, UK.
  • Galerie Perrotin, Hong Kong. 
  • “Empty the Mind”, Tokyo Gallery+BTAP, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Tina Kim Gallery, New York, USA.
  • CIGE 2016 (China International Gallery Exposition 2016), Johyun Gallery(Busan), Beijing, China.
  • Kintex Spoon Art Show, Keumsan Gallery(Seoul), Kintex, Ilsan, Korea.

2015        

  • Galerie Perrotin, New York, USA.
  • Daejeon Museum of Art, Daejeon, Korea.
  • Johyun Gallery, Busan, Korea.
  • “Esquisse-Drawing 1996-2001”, Rho Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

2014        

  • Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France.
  • CIGE 2014 (China International Gallery Exposition), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Beijing, China.
  • G-SEOUL 14 (International Art Fair 2014), Johyun Gallery(Busan), DDP(Dongdaemoon Design Park), Seoul, Korea. 

2012        

  • AHAF (Asia Top Gallery Hotel Art Fair), Keumsan Gallery(Seoul), Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong.
  • Art Toronto 2012, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Toronto, Canada.
  • Gallery Shilla, Daegu, Korea.
  • Daegu Art Museum, Daegu, Korea.
  • Korean Art Show, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Soho, New York, USA.

2010-11    

  • “Park Seo-Bo, a Forerunner of Korean Avant-Garde: Record of His 60 Years”, Busan Museum of Art, Busan, Korea.
  • Johyun Gallery, Busan, Korea.
  • Kukje Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

2010        

  • Art Taipei 2010, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Taipei, Taiwan.

2009        

  • KIAF 2009 (Korea International Art Fair), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), COEX, Seoul, Korea.

2008        

  • “Empty the Mind”, Arario Gallery(Seoul), New York, USA.
  • CIGE 2008 (China International Gallery Exposition), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), China World Trade Center, Beijing, China.
  • Wellside Gallery, Shanghai, China.
  • KIAF 2008 (Korea International Art Fair), Wellside Gallery, COEX, Seoul.

2007        

  • Arario Gallery, Beijing, China.
  • CIGE 2007 (China International Gallery Exposition 2007), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), China World Trade Center, Beijing, China.
  • “Park Seo-Bo’s Today: Playing with Color”, Gyeonggido Museum of Art, Ansan, Korea.
  • KIAF 2007 (Korea International Art Fair), Wellside Gallery, COEX, Seoul, Korea.

2006-07    

  • Musée D‘art Moderne et Contemporain Saint-Étienne Métropole, Saint-Étienne, France.

2006        

  • CIGE 2006 (China International Gallery Exposition), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), China World Trade Center, Beijing, China.
  • KIAF 2006 (Korea International Art Fair), Wellside Gallery, COEX, Seoul, Korea.
  • Johyun Gallery, Busan, Korea.

2005        

  • Shanghai Art Fair 2005, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Shanghai Mart Hall, Shanghai, China.
  • CIGE 2005 (China International Gallery Exposition), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), China World Trade Center, Beijing, China.
  • Wellside Gallery, Boutique Monaco Model House, Seoul, Korea. 

2004-05

  • Gallery Que Sais-Je, Seoul, Korea.

2004        

  • CIGE 2004 (China International Gallery Exposition), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), China International Science and Technology Exposition Center, Beijing, China. 
  • Seoul Art Exhibition 2004, Wellside Gallery, Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • MANIF Seoul 2004 (Manifestation D’Art Nouveau International et Forum), Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.

2003        

  • MANIF Seoul 2003 (Manifestation D’Art Nouveau International et Forum), Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.

2002        

  • Ace Gallery, LA, USA.
  • “New Editions”, Remba Gallery, LA, USA.
  • Melbourne Art Fair 2002, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Melbourne, Australia.
  • Ci-Gong Gallery, Daegu, Korea.
  • Johyun Gallery, Busan, Korea.
  • “Esquisse - Drawing and Painting 1996-2001”, Gallery Sejul, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Ecriture 1967-2001”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.
  • Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

2000        

  • Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
  • MANIF Seoul 2000 (Manifestation D’Art Nouveau International et Forum), Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.

1999        

  • “Drawings and Paintings”, Gallery Shilla, Daegu, Korea.
  • “Ecriture 1975-1999”, Ci-Gong Gallery, Daegu, Korea. 
  • “Ecriture 1974-1986”, Johyun Gallery, Busan, Korea.

1998        

  • Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.

1997        

  • Ace Gallery, LA, USA.
  • “Prints”, Remba Gallery, LA, USA.
  • Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Prints”, Ci-Gong Gallery, Daegu, Korea.

1996        

  • FIAC ‘96, Johyun Gallery(Busan), Espace Eiffel Branly, Paris, France.
  • Art Basel ‘96, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), Basel, Switzerland. 
  • Johyun Gallery, Busan, Korea.
  • Ci-Gong Gallery, Daegu, Korea.

1994        

  • “Prints”, Remba Gallery, LA, USA.
  • Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Galerie Bhak, Seoul, Korea.

1993        

  • Art LA ‘93 (International Contemporary Art Fair LA), Gallery World(Busan), Los Angeles Convention Center, LA, USA.
  • NICAF Yokohama ‘93, Sun Gallery(Seoul), Yokohama, Japan.

1991        

  • ‘Park, Seo-Bo’s Painting: Its Forty Years’, The National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art Korea.
  • Duson Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • Gallery World, Busan, Korea.
  • Gallery Kongkan, Busan, Korea.

1989        

  • Art LA 89 (International Contemporary Art Fair LA), Jean Gallery(Seoul), Los Angeles Convention Center, LA, USA.

1988        

  • Hyundai Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1987        

  • Inkong Gallery, Daegu, Korea.

1986        

  • Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.

1985        

  • “Paper Work”, Ina Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
  • “Paper Work”, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.

1983        

  • “Paper & Ecriture”, Space Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1981        

  • Hyundai Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1978         

  • Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.

1976        

  • Tong-In Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1973        

  • “Ecriture”, Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan. 
  • Myungdong Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1970        

  • “Hereditarius”, Seoul Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1962        

  • “Primordialis”, National Central Library Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
Photo by Kyungbum Kim
Photo by Kyungbum Kim
GROUP EXHIBITIONS

(2000~Present)

2022

  • Park Seo-Bo, Danh Vo and Isamu Noguchi, Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Venice, Italy.
  • “Four Poems : Korean Abstraction”, Helen J Gallery, LA, USA.

2021

  • “Park Seo-Bo und Adolf Frohner, Paris 1961”, Frohner Museum, Krems-Stein, Austria.
  • “ Gongmyeong : Resonance“, Horim Museum, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Jamunbak Museum Project”, Gana Art Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Abstract paintings of 20th Century legends”, Rho Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

2020-21

  • “Challenge to the Unknown, Hyundae Fine Artists Association", KimTschang-Yeul Art Museum Jeju, Jeju, Korea.

2020

  • “Hare Way Object”, Art Plant Asia, Seoul, Korea.
  • “HYUNDAI 50 part 1”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Empty Fullness”, Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “The Eastern Gesture”, Dep Art Gallery(Milano), Milano, Italy.
  • Frieze Los Angeles 2020, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Paramount Pictures Studio, LA.
  • Taipei Dandai Art & Ideas, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Johyun Gallery(Busan), Taipei.

2019-20

  • “Marking Time: Process in Minimal Abstraction”, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, USA. 

2019

  • Taipei Dandai Art & Ideas (Booth E11), Johyun Gallery(Busan), Taipei.
  • The 1st Frize Los Angeles 2019, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Paramount Pictures Studios, LA, USA.
  • Art Basel Hong Kong 2019, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), White Cube(London), Galerie Perrotin(Paris) & Tokyo Gallery(Tokyo), Hong Kong.
  • “On Art, Economy, and Materiality,” Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI, USA. 
  • Art Basel 2019, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), White Cube(London), Galerie Perrotin(Paris), Tokyo Gallery+BTAP(Tokyo), Basel, Switzerland. 
  • KIAF ’19, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Johyun Gallery(Busan)
  • FIAC ’19, Galerie Perrotin(Paris), Kukje Gallery(Seoul), White Cube(London).

2018-19

  •  “Korean Abstract Art: Kim Whanki and Dansaekhwa”, Powerlong Museum, Shanghai, China.

2018        

  • “Korea: Five Artists, Five Hinsek <white>”, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Art Basel ‘18, Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Galerie Perrotin(Paris) & Tokyo Gallery+BTAP(Tokyo) & Natalie Seroussi(Paris), Basel, Switzerland.
  • Art Basel ‘18 Hong Kong, Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Galerie Perrotin(Paris) & Tokyo Gallery+BTAP(Tokyo), Hong Kong.
  • Art Basel ‘18 Miami, Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Galerie Perrotin(Paris), Miami Beach Convention Center, Florida, USA.
  • Frieze Masters 2018, Kukje Gallery, Gloucester Green - Regents Park, London, UK. 
  • FIAC 2018, Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Galerie Perrotin(Paris) & White Cube(London), Grand Palais, Paris, France.
  • West Bund Art & Design 2018, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Shanghai, China.
  • Daegu Art Fair, EXCO, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul) & Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Daegu, Korea.
  • KIAF ‘18 (Korean International Art Fair), Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Johyun Gallery(Busan), COEX, Seoul, Korea.

2017        

  • “Ism of Dansaek: Korean Abstract” (Held by Tokyo Opera City Cultural Foundation), Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Art Basel ‘17, Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Galerie Perrotin(Paris), Basel, Switzerland.
  • Art Basel ‘17 Hong Kong, Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Galerie Perrotin(Paris) & Johyun Gallery(Busan), Hong Kong.
  • Art Basel ‘17 Miami, Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Tokyo Gallery+BTAP(Tokyo) & Galerie Perrotin(Paris) & White Cube(London), Miami Beach Convention Center, Florida, USA.
  • Special Exhibition Celebrating the 1st Anniversary “His Friends from 1970s to 1980s”, Kim Tschang-Yeul Art Museum-Jeju, Jeju, Korea.   

2016        

  • “KM 9346 La Création Artistique Coréenne S’invite en Morbihan”, Musée Domaine de Kerguéhennec, Morbihan, France.
  • “Dansaekhwa”, The Boghossian Foundation - Villa Empain, Brussels, Belgium.
  • “New Beginnings: Between Gesture and Geometry”, The George Economou Collection, Athens, Greece.
  • Art Basel ‘16, Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Galerie Perrotin(Paris) & White Cube(London), Basel, Switzerland.
  • Art Basel ‘16 Hong Kong, Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Galerie Perrotin(Paris), Hong Kong.
  • Art Basel ‘16 Miami, Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Galerie Perrotin(Paris), Miami Beach Convention Center, Florida, USA.
  • Art Stage Jakarta 2016, Galerie Perrotin(Paris), Jakarta, Indonesia. 
  • KINTEX Spoon Art Show 2016, Keumsan Gallery(Seoul), KINTEX, Ilsan, Korea. 
  • “Korean Modern & Contemporary Art: 11 Artists”, Rho Gallery, Seoul, Korea. 
  • Special Exhibition Celebrating the 130th Anniversary of Korea-France Diplomatic Ties “Part II. Exchange Exhibition of Korean Resident Artists in France”, Youngeun Museum, Gwangju, Korea.
  • “After Drawing”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea. 

2015-16

  • “Séoul-Paris-Séoul: Artistes Coréen en France”, Musée Cernuschi, Paris, France. 

2015        

  • “Dansaekhwa”, Art Issue Project, Taipei, Taiwan. 
  • “Avant-Garde Asia: Lines of Korean Masters”, Sotheby’s a Selling Exhibition, Hong Kong.
  • Art Basel ‘15, Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Galerie Perrotin(Paris) & Blum & Poe(LA), Basel, Switzerland.
  • Art Basel ‘15 Miami, Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Galerie Perrotin(Paris), Miami Beach Convention Center, Florida, USA.
  • FIAC ‘15, Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Galerie Perrotin(Paris), Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Paris. France.
  • “Dansaekhwa” (Held by Kukje Gallery, Seoul), Palazzo Contarini Polignac, Venice, Italy.
  • Abu Dhabi Art 2015, Kukje Gallery(Seoul) & Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
  • “A Table of Korean Contemporary Art: II. DanSaekhwa - Park Seo-Bo, Yun Hyong-Keun, Lee Kang So, Lee U Fan, Lee Dong Youb, Chung Sang Hwa, Chung Chang-Sub, Ha Chong-Hyun”, Leeahn Gallery, Daegu, Korea.

2014-15

  • “A Form as Thinking: Rediscovery of Drawing”, Museum SAN, Wonju, Korea.

2014        

  • “Overcoming the Modern Dansaekhwa: The Korean Monochrome Movement.”, Alexander Gray Associates, New York, USA.   
  • “From all Sides: Dansaekhwa on Abstraction” Blum and Poe(LA), LA, USA.
  • TEFAF 2014, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Maastricht, Netherlands.
  • Art Basel ‘14, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Basel, Switzerland.
  • Frieze Masters 2014, Kukje Gallery, Gloucester Green - Regents Park, London, UK. 
  • SH Contemporary 2014 (Shanghai International Contemporary Art Fair), The Columns Gallery(Seoul), Shanghai Exhibition Center, Shanghai, China.
  • CIGE 2014 (China International Gallery Exposition), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), China World Trade Center, Beijing, China. 
  • “The Art of Dansaekhwa”, Kukje Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “The Artistic Spirits of Modern Artists on Paper”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.
  • G-SEOUL 14 (Korean International Art Fair), Johyun Gallery(Busan), DDP(Dongdaemoon Design Park), Seoul, Korea.
  • Busan Biennale 2014 “Special Exhibition: Biennale archive Exhibition”, Busan Cultural Center, Busan, Korea. 
  • “Leeum 10th Anniversary Exhibition: Beyond and Between”, Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.

2013        

  • “White & White: Dialogue between Korea and Italy”, Museo Carlo Bilotti, Rome, Italy.
  • Frieze Masters, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Gloucester Green - Regents Park, London, UK.
  • The Armory Show 2013, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), New York, USA.
  • TEFAF 2013, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Maastricht, Netherlands.   
  • TEFAF 2013, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Maastricht, Netherlands.
  • FIAC 2013, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Grand Palais, Paris, France.
  • “Korean Contemporary Art in the 1960s and 1970s: Nam Kwan, Kim Whanki, Yoo Youngkuk, Rhee Seung-Ja, Kim Tschang-Yeul, Park Seo-Bo, Chung Sang Hwa, Lee U Fan”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.
  • G-SEOUL 13 (Korean International Art Fair), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Grand Hilton, Seoul, Korea.
  • KIAF ‘13 (Korean International Art Fair), Pyo Gallery(Seoul) & Wellside Gallery(Seoul) & Johyun Gallery(Busan) & UM Gallery(Seoul), COEX, Seoul, Korea.

2012        

  • AHAF ‘12 HK (Asia Top Hotel Gallery Art Fair), Keumsan Gallery(Seoul), Mandarin Hotel, Hong Kong. 
  • Korean Art Show, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), New York, USA.
  • Art Basel ‘12, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Basel, Switzerland.
  • Art Toronto 2012, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Toronto, Canada.
  • “Korean Dansaekhwa”, National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea.
  • “Dansaekhwa: Korean Monochrome Painting”, Jeonbuk Museum of Art, Wanju, Korea.
  • “Blanks: Say the Unspeakable”, Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • Inaugural Exhibition “Long-Standing Future” (Held by Korea Craft and Design Foundation & Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism), Culture Station Seoul 284, Seoul, Korea. 
  • KIAF ‘12 (Korean International Art Fair), Pyo Gallery(Seoul) & Wellside Gallery(Seoul) & Johyun Gallery(Busan) & Song Art Gallery(Seoul), COEX, Seoul, Korea.

2011-12    

  • “Dansaekjo Paintings 1”, Gonggan Purple, Paju, Korea.

2011        

  • The Armory Show 2011, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), New York, USA. 
  • TEFAF 2011, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Maastricht, Netherlands.
  • AHAF 11 HK (Asia Top Hotel Gallery Art Fair), Keumsan Gallery(Seoul), Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Hong Kong.
  • Art HK ‘11 (Hong Kong International Art Fair), Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Hong Kong.
  • Art Basel ‘11, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Basel, Switzerland.
  • Art Basel ‘11 Miami, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Miami Beach Convention Center, Florida, USA.
  • FIAC 2011 (Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain), Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Grand Palais, Paris, France.
  • “Korean Rhapsody, A Montage of History and Memory”, Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • Inaugural Exhibition “Qi is full: Section 1. Drawing Yi”, Daegu Art Museum, Daegu, Korea.
  • “Beyond the Blue”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Masterpieces’ Exhibition in Autumn: Collections of National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art”, Jeonbuk Museum of Art, Wanju, Korea.
  • KIAF 11 (Korean International Art Fair), Wellside Gallery(Seoul) & Johyun Gallery(Busan) & Song Art Gallery(Seoul), COEX, Seoul, Korea. 

2010-11    

  • “Soul of Line”, Ungno Lee Museum of Art, Daejeon, Korea.

2010        

  • “Cloud: Power of Asian Contemporary Art”, SOKA art Center, Beijing, China.
  • Art HK ‘10 (Hong Kong International Art Fair), Keumsan Gallery(Seoul), Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center, Hong Kong.
  • Art Taipei 2010, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Taipei World Trade Center, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • FIAC 2010, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Grand Palais & Louvre, Paris, France.
  • Art Basel ‘10 Miami, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Miami Beach Convention Center, Florida, USA.
  • “2010 In the Midst of the Korean Contemporary Art”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.
  • Inaugural Exhibition of Seongbuk Museum of Art “The Presence”, Seongbuk Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • Clayarch Gimhae Museum 2010 Special Planned Exhibition: “Off the Wall”, Clayarch Gimhae Museum, Gimhae, Korea.
  • Daegu Art Fair 2010, Kukje Gallery(Seoul), Daegu, Korea.

2009        

  • “Mixographia: Innovation and Collaboration”, The Vivian and Gordon Gilkey Center Graphics Art Collection, Portland Museum, Oregon, USA.
  • “The Colour of Nature”, Soka Art Center, Taipei, Taiwan
  • “Kim Tschang-Yeul + Park Seo-Bo + Lee Ufan”, Johyun Gallery, Busan, Korea.
  • “The Color of Nature: Monochrome Art in Korea”, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Shanghai, China.
  • “Beginning of New Era”, National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • KIAF 2009 (Korean International Art Fair), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Coex, Seoul, Korea.

2008-09    

  • 2008 Korea Festival (Held by Embassy of the Republic Korea at Singapore), “Transcendence: Modernity and Beyond in Korean Art”, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore.

2008        

  • CIGE 2008 (China International Gallery Exposition), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), China World Trade Center, Beijing, China. 
  • “Contemporary Korean Art: From Korean National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art”, Korean Cultural Centre UK, London, UK.
  • KIAF 2008 (Korean International Art Fair), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Coex, Seoul, Korea.
  • SIPA 2008 (Seoul International Print Photo Art Fair), Wellside Gallery, Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • Busan Biennale 2008 “Leaders of Asia’s Contemporary Art”, Busan Metropolitan City Hall, Busan, Korea.
  • “Korean Abstract Art: 1958-2008”, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.

2007        

  • “Poetry in Motion”, Galerie Beyeler, Basel, Switzerland.
  • “Elastic Taboos: Within the Korean World of Contemporary Art”, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria.
  • “Urban Crossroads: New York, Paris, Seoul”, Belgrade Cultural Centre, Belgrade, Serbia.
  • CIGE 2007 (China International Gallery Exposition), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), China World Trade Center, Beijing, China. 
  • KIAF 2007 (Korean International Art Fair), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Coex, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Poetry in Motion”, Galerie Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.
  • “A Table of Korean Contemporary Art”, Leeahn Gallery, Daegu, Korea.

2006        

  • Art Fair Bologna 2006, Galerie Dr. Dorothea van der Kölen(Mainz), Bologna Exhibition Center, Bologna, Italy.
  • CIGE 2006 (China International Gallery Exposition), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), China World Trade Center, Beijing, China.
  • Art Taipei 2006, Keumsan Gallery(Busan), Taipei World Trade Center, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Art Singapore 2006, Leehwaik Gallery(Seoul), Suntec Singapore, Singapore. 
  • Art 06 Chicago at Navy Pier, UM Gallery(Seoul), Navy Pier, Chicago, USA.
  • Melbourne Art Fair 2006, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Melbourne, Australia. 
  • KIAF 2006 (Korean International Art Fair), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Coex, Seoul, Korea.
  • SIPA 2006 (Seoul International Print, Photo & Edition Works Art Fair) (Held by Korea Print Art Promotion Committee), Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea. 
  • “Korean Contemporary Art Masters”, Leehwaik Gallery, Seoul, Korea. 
  • “Established Statues”, Gallery SP, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Park, Seo-Bo & Lee Kang So: Woking with Nature (Tate Gallery Liverpool) - 14 Years Later”, Wellside Gallery, Seoul, Korea.        

2005        

  • Art Taipei 2005, SOKA Art Center(Beijing), Taipei World Trade Center, Taipei, Taiwan. 
  • CIGE 2005 (China International Gallery Exposition), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), China World Trade Center, Beijing, China.
  • Shanghai Art Fair 2005, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Shanghai Mart, Shanghai, China.
  • Shanghai Art Fair 2005, “Korean Special Exhibition: Park, Seo-Bo / Chung, Chang-Sup / Yun, Hyong-Keun”, Shanghai World Trade Center, Shanghai, China.
  • “Art & Issue: China-Korea Art Exchange Exhibition”, Soka Art Center, Beijing, China.
  • “Das Koreanische Monochrom: Park Seo-Bo / Lee Ufan / Kim, Guirin / Yun Hyong-Keun”, Galerie Dr. Dorothea van der Kölen, Mainz, Germany.
  • “Tradition und Zeitgeist: Koreanische Gegenwarts Kunst”, Galerie Hana(Tripoli, Lebanon), Galerie Hellhof and Kornberg Castle, Hesse, Germany.
  • Art Cologne 2005, Galerie Dr. Dorothea van der Kölen(Mainz), Köln, Germany.
  • Exhibition Celebrating Relocation of UM Gallery “On Line + Off Line: Park, Seo-bo / Lee, Doo Shik / Ju, Taeseok / Park, Gyehoon”, UM Gallery, Seoul, Korea.  
  • Exhibition Celebrating the 35th Anniversary “Part II: Modern and Contemporary Masters”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.
  • Exhibition Celebrating the 30th Anniversary “From Modern to Contemporary”, Kongkan Gallery, Busan, Korea.
  • “For You: Brilliant Korean Artists”, Gana Art Center, Seoul, Korea. 
  • “My Private Art Bank” (Held by KB Gold & Wise PB Center), Pyo Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Exhibition of Park, Seo-Bo & Kim, Tschang-Yeul”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Contemporary Art of Korea”, Busan Museum of Modern Art, Busan, Korea.
  • KIAF 2005 (Korean International Art Fair), Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Coex, Seoul, Korea.
  • Seoul Art Exhibition 2005, Wellside Gallery(Seoul) & Jean Art Gallery(Seoul) & Gallery Sejul(Seoul), Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.

2004        

  • CIGE 2004 (China International Gallery Exposition), Wellside Gallery(Seoul) & UM Gallery(Seoul), China International Science and Technology Exposition Center, Beijing, China.
  • CIGE 2004 (China International Gallery Exposition) “The Special Show of the Most Distinguished Contemporary Artists in Korea”, China International Science and Technology Exposition Center, Beijing, China.
  • Shanghai International Art Fair 2004, Jean Art Gallery(Seoul), Shanghai World Trade Center, Shanghai, China.
  • The Art Festival for World Peace 2004, Jean Art Gallery(Seoul), Liu Hai Su Art Museum, Shanghai, China.
  • Art 04 Chicago at Navy Pier, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), Navy Pier, Chicago, USA.
  • Melbourne Art Fair 2004, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Melbourne, Australia.
  • “Doing for Korean Beauty: Permeating - Chung Chang-Sub, Yun Hyong-Keun, Kim Tschang-Yeul, Park Seo-Bo”, Leehyun Gallery, Daegu, Korea.
  • “Homecoming Exhibition of Beijing Art Fair”, UM Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • KIAF 2004 (Korean International Art Fair), Wellside Gallery(Seoul) & Korea Art Gallery(Seoul), COEX, Seoul, Korea.
  • MANIF 10! 2004 (Seoul International Art Fair), Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • ‘04 Korea Galleries Art Fair, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Seoul Arts Center, Korea.
  • “Monochrome Paintings of Korea: Past and Present”, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.    

2003        

  • “Tradition & Innovation III: Koreanische Gegenwartskunst”, Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst, Berlin, Germany.
  • The 6th International Triennial of Small Prints 2002 (Triennale Mondiale D’Estampes Petit Format), Chamalières, France.
  • Art 2003 Chicago at Navy Pier, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), Navy Pier, Chicago, USA.
  • FIAC 2003, Ci Gong Gallery(Daegu), Porte De Versailles, Paris, France.
  • Art Cologne 2003, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), Köln, Germany.
  • Shanghai International Art Fair 2003, Johyun Gallery(Seoul), Shanghai World Trade Center Mart Hall, Shanghai, China.
  • Exhibition Celebrating the Publication of Chong Geun Kim’s Book of Reviews “Korean Contemporary Art, Today’s Phase”, Insa Art Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • “White Spectrum: Joseon White Porcelain and Korean Contemporary Art”, Joseon Royal Kiln Museum, Gwangju, Korea.
  • “Traditional & Innovation”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.
  • Commemorative Exhibition of the 20th Anniversary of Park Ryu Sook Gallery “The Accompanied 20 Years”, Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea. 
  • Daegu Art Fair 2003, Johyun Gallery(Busan) & Gallery Shilla(Daegu), EXCO, Daegu, Korea.
  • KIAF 2003 (Korean International Art Fair), Wellside Gallery(Seoul) & Johyun Gallery(Busan), Coex, Seoul, Korea.
  • MANIF 9! 2003 (Seoul International Art Fair), Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • Chungdam Art Fair, UM Gallery(Seoul), Chungdam-dong Gallery Street, Seoul, Korea. 
  • Seoul Art Exhibition 2003, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.

2002-03     

  • “Korean Contemporary Art from the mid-1970s to the mid-1980s: Age of Philosophy & Aesthetics”, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea. 
  • “Appreciation of Abstract Paintings”, Sungkok Art Museum, Seoul, Korea.

2002        

  • “The Unfinished Century: Legacies, 20th Century Art” (Held jointly by the Yomiuri Shimbun), The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan.
  • “4 Artists of Korean Contemporary Art: Korean Paper as a Material”, Gallery Bijutsu Sekai, Tokyo, Japan. 
  • Art Palm Beach 2002, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), Palm Beach, Florida, USA.
  • San Francisco International Art Exposition, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture, San Francisco, USA.
  • Art 2002 Chicago at Navy Pier, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), Navy Pier, Chicago, USA.
  • Art Basel 02, Gallery Hyundai(Seoul), Basel, Switzerland. 
  • Melbourne Art Fair 2002, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Melbourne, Australia.
  • Art Cologne 2002, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), Köln, Germany.
  • “Visiting Artist: Maestro of Korean Contemporary Art” (Held jointly by Monthly Art Magazine), Kumho Museum, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Post Art Fair: Our Artists Seen Overseas”, Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea. 
  • “Korean Contemporary Artists’ Printmaking Collection” (Held by Korea Print Art Promotion Committee), Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea. 
  • “30th Anniversary of Jean Art Gallery: Korea-Japan Contemporary Art 2002”, Jean Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 1st KIAF (Korean International Art Fair), Johyun Gallery(Busan) & Gallery Canji(Busan), Busan Convention Center, Busan, Korea.

2001        

  • Art Palm Beach 2001, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), Florida, USA.
  • Art Fair Miami 2001, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), Miami Beach Convention Center, Florida, USA.
  • Art 2001 Chicago at Navy Pier, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), Navy Pier, Chicago, USA. 
  • The 8th International Work on Paper Fair 2001, Wellside Gallery(Seoul), Sydney, Australia.
  • Art Cologne 2001, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), Köln, Germany.
  • “Super Phat”, Cypress College Fine Art Gallery, CA, USA.
  • The 1st KCAF (Korean Contemporary Art Festival), Galerie Bhak(Seoul), Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Korean Contemporary Art from the Mid-1960s to Mid-1970: A Decade of Transition and Dynamics”, National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Korean Monochrome Painting 1970~2000 (Kim Tschang-Yeul, Park Seo-Bo, Yun Hyong-Keun, Lee U Fan, Chung Sang Hwa)”, Korea Art Gallery, Busan, Korea.
  • “The Minimum Language: Kim Tschang-Yeul, Park Seo-Bo, Yun Hyong-Keun, Chung Chang-Sub)”, Gallery Seohwa, Seoul, Korea.
  • “A Shadow of Myo-Oh(profound and mysterious comprehension): Park Seo-Bo, Yun Hyong-Keun, Lee Kang So, Chung Chang-Sub - Work on Paper & Canvas”, Gallery Sagan, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Journey to the World of Fine Arts I: The 100 Seniors (1911-1941) - The Journey to the 21st Korean Modern Art”, Sejong Center - Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea. 
  • Korean Contemporary Art 1970-90, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.

2000        

  • “Beauty & Order: Part I. Leading Roles behind the Birth of Korean Contemporary Art”, Rho Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “2000, The New Resonant: 5 Artists’ Masterpieces”, Musim Gallery, Cheongju, Korea.
  • “The Horizon of a New Millennium”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.  
  • “Postwar Abstract Art in Korea and the West: Passion and Expression”, Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • “An Aspect of Korean Contemporary Art: In the 1950s to the 1960s”, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • “White Porcelain of the Joseon Dynasty Period and Contemporary Art”, Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea. 
  • “Kwanghwamoon 139: Newspaper and Art 1920~2000” (Held by Donga Daily News), Ilmin Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.  
  • “What is so of itself”, Posco Art Museum, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Figurative / Non-Figurative”, Gana Art Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • “12 Contemporary Artists 2000”, Sun Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • Inaugural Exhibition “The Landscape of the Mind: Part I. Transcendence & Contemplation” (Held by Daegu MBC), Gallery M, Daegu, Korea.
  • Melbourne Art Fair 2000, Jean Art Gallery(Seoul), Melbourne, Australia.
  • San Francisco International Art Exposition, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), San Francisco, USA.
  • Art Cologne 2000, Park Ryu Sook Gallery(Seoul), Köln, Germany.
  • Gwangju Biennale 2000 “The Special Exhibition: The Facet of Korean and Japan Contemporary Art”, Gwangju Museum of Art, Gwangju, Korea.
  • MANIF 6! 2000 (Seoul International Art Fair) “Exhibition of Korean Representative Artists”, Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.

      

Photo by Fr Broadcasting
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GROUP EXHIBITIONS

(1980~1999)

1999-2000

  • “Paintings of Silence (Les Peintres du Silence)”, Musée National des Arts Asiatiques, Nice, France.

1999        

  • “Between the Unknown Straits: Art Now in Japan and Korea”, The National Museum of Art Osaka, Osaka, Japan.
  • Mini Art Market II “9 Artists: Establishment of Korean Modernity”, Rho Gallery, Seoul, Korea. 
  • “Between the Unknown Straits: Art Now in Japan and Korea” (Held by National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art), Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • NICAF Tokyo ‘99, Jean Art Gallery(Seoul), Galerie Bhak(Seoul), Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo, Japan.
  • “Korean Art of 50 Years: 1950-1999”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.

1998-99    

  • “Korean Monochromism: Methods, Ideas, and Spirits - 4 Artists’ Solo Exhibitions (Park Seo-Bo, Chung Sang Hwa, Lee U Fan, Hur Hwang)”, Busan Metropolitan Art Museum, Busan, Korea. 

1998        

  • “Paintings of Silence: 8 Korean Contemporary Artists (Les Peintres du Silence: La Corée d’Aujourd’hui)”, Musée de Château des ducs de Wurtemberg, Montbéliard, France.
  • “Between the Unknown Straits: Art Now in Japan and Korea”, Meguro Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan. 
  • The 23rd Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea. 

1997        

  • FIAC ‘97, Galerie Denise René(Paris), Espace Eiffel Branly, Paris, France.
  • Seoul Print Art Fair, Galerie Bhak(Seoul), Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 22nd Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1996        

  • “Clay Work of Korean Contemporary Artists: Chung, Chang-Sup / Kim, Tschang-Yeul / Park, Seo-Bo”, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
  • The Tokyo International Forum Art Collection “A Boat of Diversity” (Held by The Tokyo Metropolitan Government Bureau of Citizens and Cultural Affairs), Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo, Japan.
  • “Korean Monochrome Paintings in the 1970s“, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Commemorative Exhibition of the 20th Anniversary of Maekhyang Gallery: Part I”, Maekhyang Gallery, Daegu, Korea.
  • “Black & White”, Seomi Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • Fine Art Festival in May “One Picture at one Gallery” (Held by Galleries Association of Korea), Gallery Hyundai(Seoul) & Park Ryu Sook Galerie(Seoul) & Jean Gallery(Seoul) & Gallery 9(Seoul) & Ci-gong Gallery(Daegu) & Gallery Shilla(Daegu), Insadong Gallery Street, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 21st Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Spirit of Korean Abstract Painting”, Ho-Am Art Museum, Seoul, Korea.
  • ‘96 Joongang Biennale (Held by Joongang Daily News), Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Clay Work: Robert Rauschenberg, Chung Chang-Sub, Kim Tschang-Yeul, Park Seo-Bo”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea. 
  • The 50th Anniversary Commemorative Invitational Exhibition of Alumni of Fine Arts College, HongiK University “Now & Future of Korean Contemporary Art”, Hongik Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • SIAF ‘96 (Seoul International Art Fair), Gallery Hyundai(Seoul) & Jean Art Gallery(Seoul) & Sun Gallery(Seoul), COEX, Seoul, Korea.

1995        

  • “Art Contemporain Coréen” (Held by Maire de Paris), Couvent des Cordeliers de Paris, Paris, France.
  • “Modern Art of Korea since 1945~1995”, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • Fine Art Festival in May “One Picture at one Gallery” (Held by Galleries Association of Korea), Gallery Hyundai(Seoul) & Galerie Bhak(Seoul) & Jean Gallery(Seoul) & Gallery 9(Seoul) & Ci-gong Gallery(Daegu) & Johyun Gallery(Busan), Insadong Gallery Street, Seoul, Korea.
  • Art 1995 Chicago at Navy Pier, Gallery Hyundai(Seoul), Navy Pier, Chicago, USA. 
  • “The Horizon of Paper Work: 22 Artists”, Shinsegae Hyundae Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • ‘95 Korea Galleries Art Fair, Nabis Gallery(Seoul), Seoul Arts Center, Korea.
  • The 20th Ecole de Séoul “20 years of Monochrome”, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “85 Oriental and Western Artists of Today”, Posco Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Korean Nature: Meditation - Manifestation”, Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “52 Artists among Home and Abroad”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.

1994        

  • Commemorative Exhibition of the 5th Anniversary of Monthly Art Magazine “The Faces of Contemporary Art 40 years”, Ho-Am Art Museum, Seoul, Korea.
  • NICAF Yokohama ‘94 (International Contemporary Art Fair), Tokyo Gallery(Tokyo) & Jean Art Gallery(Seoul), Yokohama, Japan.
  • ‘94 Korea Galleries Art Fair, Duson Gallery(Seoul), Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Contemporary Art before Today: Chung Chang-Sub, Kim Tschang-Yeul, Park Seo-Bo, Ha Chong-Hyun, Kim Hyung Dae, Youn Myeung-Ro”, Gallery 63, Seoul, Korea.
  • Remba Gallery(LA), New York, USA.

1993        

  • “The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Traveling Exhibition of Permanent Collection”, Gwangju Museum of Art & Jeonbuk Art Center(Jeonju) & Busan Cultural Center, Gwangju & Jeonju & Busan, Korea.
  • “12 Contemporary Artists from Korea”, The Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan.
  • “Future lies Ahead” In the Occasion of Daejeon EXPO 1993 (Selected by Swedish Art Collector, Pontus Hultén), Daejeon, Korea.
  • ‘93 Seoul Art Exhibition (Held by Seoul Metropolitan Government), Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • Commemorative Exhibition of Publication by Nae-Bu Pak “Korean Noted Paintings: The Passion of 100 years of Korean Contemporary Art”, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea.
  • Inaugural Exhibition “Korean Art: Yesterday and Now“, Hanlim Gallery, Daejeon, Korea.
  • “4 Korean Contemporary Artists”, Ci-Gong Gallery, Daegu, Korea.
  • “Works of Peace, 111 Artists”, Galerie Bhak, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Communication of Contemporary Art”, Galerie Bhak, Seoul, Korea.      

1992        

  • “Korean Contemporary Art”, Shimonoseki City Art Museum(Shimonoseki) & Niigata City Art Museum(Niigata) & Kasama Nichido Museum of Art Foundation(Kasama) & Mie Prefectural Art Museum(Mie) & Sonje Museum of Contemporary Art(Gyeongju), Japan & Korea.
  • “Working with Nature: Traditional Thought in Contemporary Art from Korea”, The Tate Liverpool, Liverpool, UK.
  • Inaugural Exhibition “A Vein of the Tradition: Grouping for the IDentity of Korean Contemporary Art”, Seonam Art Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Kim Tschang-Yeul, Park Seo-Bo, Yun Hyong-Keun, Chung SangHwa, Chung Chang-Sub, Ha Chong-Hyun”, Ingong Gallery, Seoul, Korea.. 
  • “Special Tour of Paintings and Sculptures by Museum Artists”, Daegu Culture and Art Center & Gangneung Culture and Art Center, Daegu & Gangneung, Korea.
  • “Korean Contemporary Art, 21 Exhibition”, Gallery 21, Seoul, Korea.  
  • “The Phase of One Generation”, Yemaek Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 17th Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Korean Contemporary Painting: The Brush Stroke and Its Expressions”, Ho-Am Art Museum, Seoul, Korea.

1991        

  • “Contemporary Art in Monochrome: From the Museum collection”, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan.
  • “Lines & Expression”, The Museum of Modern Art Saitama, Saitama, Japan.
  • “Contemporary Korean Painting”, Muzejski Prostor(Zagreb) & Galerija Jakopiceva(Ljubljana) & Collegium Artisticum(Sarajevo) & Galerija Cvijeta Zuzorić(Beograd), Zagreb & Ljubljana & Sarajevo & Beograd, Yugoslavia.
  • “A Grouping for the Identity of Korean Contemporary Art I: The Dawn of Korean Contemporary Art”, Hanwon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Exhibition of 25 Korean Contemporary Artists”, Hyundai Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 2nd Tokyo Art Expo, Duson Gallery(Seoul), Tokyo International Trade Center, Tokyo, Japan.
  • “Inaugural Exhibition of Korean Contemporary Art”, Sonje Museum of Contemporary Art, Gyeongju, Korea.
  • “5 Artists of Contemporary Art”, Hankook Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • ‘91 Korea Galleries Art Fair, Duson Gallery(Seoul), Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 16th Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “9 Artists Today”, Jean Gallery & Jean Art Center, Seoul, Korea.

1990        

  • “1990 Autumn Muramatsu”, Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
  • “Contemporary Art of 80’s 100 Forms: INAX Gallery + Yusuke Nakahara”, INAX Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
  • ‘90 Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Art, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.   
  • ‘90 Korea Galleries Art Fair, Duson Gallery(Seoul), Ho-Am Art Museum, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 15th Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • Invitational Exhibition of Art Journalist Award-Winning Artists 47: Steps towards Free Press” (Held by Journalists Association of Korea), Baeksang Memorial Hall, Seoul, Korea.
  • “7 Contemporary Artists”, Hyundai Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “6 Men Exhibition”, Nabis Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1989        

  • Invitational Exhibition Celebrating the 200th Anniversary of the French Revolution “Revolution: Flashback”, Paris Art Center, Paris, France.
  • Inaugural Exhibition “Theme Hiroshima”, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan.
  • Art LA ‘89 (International Contemporary Art Fair LA), Jean Gallery(Seoul), Los Angeles Convention Center, LA, USA.
  • Exhibition Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Sun Art Magazine “The Past Featured Artists”, Sun Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • Exhibition Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Kwanhoon Gallery “The Chronological Tablet of Exhibitions”, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 14th Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Abstraction - Figuration ‘89”, Ace Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1988        

  •  “4 Korean Painters”, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
  • The 43rd Venice Biennial, Venice, Italy.
  • “Exhibition of Korean Modern Painting in the 70’s”, Walker Hill Art Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Exhibition Celebrating the Extension of Lotte Shopping”, Lotte Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Exhibition Celebrating the 70th Birthday of Suk Nam Lee, Kyung-Sung”, Ho-Am Art Museum, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Olympiad of Art: The International Contemporary Painting Exhibition” (Sponsored by Seoul Olympic Organizing Committee), National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art, Korea.    
  • “Contemporary Art & Olympics: Exhibition of Official Fine Art Posters & Lithographs of the 24th Olympiad Seoul 1988” (Sponsored by Seoul Olympic Organizing Committee & projected by Lloyd Shin Gallery, Chicago), Seoul, Korea.
  • “Modernism in Korean Contemporary Art:1970-1979”, COEX Hyundai Department Store Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Inaugural Exhibition: Invited Contemporary Artists”, Gallery Chosun, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Invitational Fund-raising Exhibition for Kim Swoo Geun Foundation”, Gallery Space, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 13th Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.     

1987        

  • “4 Korean Contemporary Artists”, Laboratory Gallery, Sapporo, Japan.
  • Toyama Now ‘87 “New Art Around the Pacific”, Museum of Modern Art Toyama, Toyama, Japan.
  • Art LA 87 (The 2nd International Contemporary Art Fair), Jean Art Gallery(Seoul), Los Angeles Convention Center, LA, USA.
  • “Exhibition of 2 Artists: Chung, Chang-Sup & Park, Seo-Bo”, Gallery Space, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Invitational Exhibition of 32 Artists for the Memory of the Deceased Kim, Swoo Geun”, Gallery Space, Seoul, Korea.
  • ‘87 Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Artists, National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • ‘87 Seoul Art Exhibition (Held by Seoul Metropolitan Government), National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea.
  • “Black & White in Korea Art Today”, National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea.
  • The 13th Jeju Art Exhibition (Held by Jeju Daily News), Jeju, Korea.
  • The 13th Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, Fine Art Center, Seoul, Korea.  
  • The 12th Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Exhibition of Miniature Works”, Su Gallery(Seoul) & Inkong Gallery(Daegu), Seoul & Daegu, Korea.
  • “Messages from 13 Artists”, Baegun Gallery, Seoul, Korea.  

1986        

  • “Black & White in Art Today”, The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, Japan.
  • “Korean Antique and Contemporary Arts: Forms with Paper”, Muromachi Mikura, Kyoto, Japan.
  • “Korean Contemporary Arts”, Grand Palais, Paris, France.
  • “Exhibition Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Korea-France Diplomatic Relations: Seoul-Paris Exhibition” (Held by la Fondation Alliance Française en Corée du sud), Seoul Press Center Gallery(Seoul) & Centre National des Arts Plastiques(Paris), Korea & France. 
  • “‘86 Invitation Exhibition of Korean Contemporary Arts”, Duson Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “The Position a Priori of Korean Contemporary Arts in 1986”, Baeksong Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “‘86 Seoul Contemporary Asian Art Show” (Sponsored by Seoul Asian Games Organizing Committee & KBS), National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea.
  • “‘86 Situation of Korean Contemporary Art” (Sponsored by Seoul Asian Games Organizing Committee & KBS), National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Inaugural Exhibition: Korean Art Today”, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea.
  • ‘86 Seoul Art Exhibition (Held by Seoul Metropolitan Government), National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Paper + Pencil: The Drawing Exhibition of 13 Artists”, Su Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 11th Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 12th Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, Fine Art Center, Seoul, Korea.

1985        

  • “Human Documents ‘84 / ’85”, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
  • “Contemporary Korean Paper Art”, Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, USA.
  • ASPACAE ‘85 (Held by Asian Pacific Conference of Arts Education), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • ‘85 Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Art, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.       
  • “6 Artists: The Paper above the Horizon”, Yoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.   
  • “Minimal & Maximal“, Hu Gallery & Jeon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “70 Years of Korean Western Painting”, Ho-Am Art Museum, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Modern Art from the Past, 40 Years for Commemoration of Korean Independence Day”, National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea.
  • “The Present of Non-objective Arts: 14 Artists of Contemporary Painting”, Sam-Cheong Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • KIS (Kunsan International Show) ‘85 (Held by The Institute of Contemporary Art of Kunsan National University), Jeonbuk Art Center, Jeonju, Korea.  
  • The 10th Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery & Goryeo Gallery & Songwon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.    
  • The 11th Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, Fine Art Center, Seoul, Korea.  

1984        

  • “Exchange Exhibition of Print and Drawing between Seoul and LA” (Held by World Print Council), Korea Cultural Service, LA, USA.
  • “Korea Contemporary Fine Art Exhibition: The Stream of the ‘70s”, Taipei Fine Art Museum, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • “Art Today: The Collection of Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum”, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo.
  • FIAC ‘84, Jean Art Gallery(Seoul), Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Paris.
  • “The Returning Exhibition of Korean Contemporary Arts: The Latter Half of the 70’s - An Aspect”, Fine Arts Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Seoul Work on Paper ‘84”, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “‘84 Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Art”, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Korean Contemporary Arts of the 60’s: The Outskirts of Informel”, Walker Hill Art Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • “The Exhibition of White Painting”, Cultural Center of France in Seoul, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Korean Contemporary Art of the 60’s: Paris Biennale”, Duson Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 9th Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery & Goryeo Gallery & Songwon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 10th Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, Fine Art Center, Seoul, Korea.  


1983        

  • “Korean Contemporary Arts Exhibition: The Latter Half of the 70’s - An Aspect,” Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum & Museum of Modern Art, Tojiki & Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art & National Museum of Art, Osaka & Fukuoka Art Museum, Japan.
  • “New School of Seoul: New Paper Works”, Spring Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • “Exhibition of Korean Contemporary 7 Artists”, Yil Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • “Exchange Exhibition of Print and Drawing between Seoul and San Francisco” (Held by World Print Council), Seoul & San Francisco, Korea & USA.
  • ‘83 Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Art, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Korean Contemporary Art: Works of 7 Artists”, Jean Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Korean Contemporary Graphics and Drawings (Sodobna Korejska Grafika in Risba)”, Yugoslavia.
  • The 9th Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, Fine Art Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 9th Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1982-83    

  • “New Paper Works: Korea & Japan”, National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art(Gwacheon) & Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art(Kyoto) & Museum of Modern Art(Saitama) & Kumamoto Prefectural Museum of Art(Kumamoto), Korea & Japan.

1982        

  • “Korean Contemporary Art: Kim Tschang-Yeul, Park Seo-Bo, Yun Hyong-Keun, Lee U Fan, Chung Sang-Hwa, Lee Dong Youb”, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
  • “The Phase of Korean Contemporary Art”, Myeongdong Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Prints and Drawing of Contemporary Artists”, Kwanhoon Gallery & Myeongdong Gallery & Goryeo Gallery & Songwon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • Inaugural Exhibition “Korean Contemporary Artists Invitation Exhibition”, Dongduk Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • Inaugural Exhibition, Total Museum, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Kim Moon-Ho Memorial Exhibition”, Goryeo Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 3rd Korean Contemporary Art Exhibition (Held by Myeongseong Group), Fine Art Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 8th Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery & Goryeo Gallery & Songwon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 8th Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, Fine Art Center, Seoul, Korea.

1981        

  • “Korean Drawing Now”, Brooklyn Museum, NY, USA.
  • “Drawing Exhibition of Contemporary Korean Artists”, Artcore Center, LA, USA.
  • “Baeksang Memorial Fine Art Exhibition” (Held by Hankook Daily News), Baeksang Memorial Hall, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Drawing ‘81”, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • Korean Arts ‘81, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Drawing Exhibition of Contemporary Korean Artists”, Dongsanbang Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 7th Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 30th National Art Exhibition, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 7th Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, Korean Culture and Arts Foundation Art Center, Seoul, Korea.

1980        

  • “Asian Artists Exhibition Part II: Contemporary Asian Art Show,” Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan.
  • “37 Contemporary Artists Exhibition of 1980”, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Korean Prints & Drawing Exhibition”, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Invited Exhibition of Korean Contemporary Artists”, Dong-bang Art Center, Busan, Korea.
  • The 6th Ecole de Séoul, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 6th Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, Korean Culture and Arts Foundation Art Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 29th National Art Exhibition, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
GROUP EXHIBITIONS

(~1979)

1979        

  • “Korean Contemporary Arts: Unique Methods by Four Artists”, Hyundai Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • Inaugural Exhibition “Korean Arts: Methods of Today”, Korean Culture and Arts Foundation Art Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • Inaugural Exhibition “Korean 6 Contemporary Artist”, Lee Gallery, Daegu, Korea.
  • ”Work on Paper”, Jean Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 1st Fine Art Grand Exhibition (Held by Galleries Association of Korea), Munhwa Gallery, Seoul, Korea.  
  • The 5th Ecole de Séoul, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 7th Indépendants (Held by Korean Fine Arts Association), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 28th National Art Exhibition, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 15th Korean Fine Arts Association Exhibition, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 6th Korean Fine Art Grand-Prix Exhibition (Held by Hankook Daily News), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Gyeongbokgung, Seoul, Korea.   

1978        

  • “Work on Paper”, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
  •  “Secondes Rencontres Internationales d’Art Contemporain”, Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Paris, France.
  • “Korea: The Trend for the Past 20 Years of Contemporary Arts”, The National Museum of Modern & Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 4th Ecole de Séoul, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugong, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 6th Indépendants (Held by Korean Fine Arts Association), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 27th National Art Exhibition, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Gyeongbokgung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 14th Korean Fine Arts Association Exhibition, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Gyeongbokgung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 5th Korean Fine Art Grand-Prix Exhibition (Held by Hankook Daily News), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Gyeongbokgung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 4th Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Gyeongbokgung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 2nd Busan Contemporary Art Festival, Busan Civic Center, Busan, Korea.
  • The 4th Daegu Contemporary Art Festival, Keimyung University Museum of Art, Daegu, Korea.
  • The 3rd Gwangju Contemporary Art Festival, Jeonil Museum of Art, Gwangju, Korea.  
  • The 1st Jeonbuk Contemporary Art Festival, Jeonbuk Yechong Center, Jeonju, Korea.
  • ”Korea: The Trend for the Past 20 Years of Contemporary Arts”, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • ”Retrospective Exhibition of the 1950s”, Munhwa Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Work on Paper”, Gyeonji Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1977        

  • The 9th International Painting Festival, Cagnes-sur-Mer, France.
  • “Exhibition of 6 Korean Contemporary Artists”, Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
  • “Korea: Facet of Contemporary Art”, Tokyo Central Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan.
  • “Korean Contemporary Painting”, National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • “Korea: 6 Contemporary Artists Exhibition”, Galerie Beaux-Art, Nagoya, Japan.  
  • “UNESCO International Conference Hall Opening Commemorative Exhibition: Contemporary 10 Artists Invitation Exhibition” (Held by Korean National Commission for UNESCO), UNESCO Hall, Seoul, Korea.
  • The Grand Exhibition of Korean Western Paintings, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 3rd Ecole de Séoul, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 5th Indépendants (Held by Korean Fine Arts Association), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.      
  • The 26th National Art Exhibition, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 13th Korean Fine Arts Association Exhibition, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 3rd Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 3rd Daegu Contemporary Art Festival, Keimyung University Museum of Art, Daegu, Korea.
  • The 2nd Gwangju Contemporary Art Festival, Jeonil Museum of Art, Gwangju, Korea.
  • The 1st Gangwon Contemporary Art Festival, Chuncheon Provincial Culture Center, Chuncheon, Korea.
  • “Inaugural Exhibition: 56 Western Paintings”, Hankook Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Inaugural Exhibition: 30 Western Paintings”, Gil Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “The Year-end Special Exhibition”, Taein Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1976        

  • The 25th National Art Exhibition, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea. 
  • The 2nd Ecole de Séoul, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 4th Indépendants (Held by Korean Fine Arts Association), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 2nd Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 12th Korean Fine Arts Association Exhibition, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 1st Gwangju Contemporary Art Festival, Jeonil Museum of Art, Gwangju, Korea. 
  • The 1st Busan Contemporary Art Festival, Busan Civic Center, Busan, Korea.
  • “Invitational Exhibition of 100 Artists in Western Painting”, Munhwa Gallery, Seoul, Korea. 
  • “The 2nd Anniversary Invitational Exhibition: Korean Contemporary 5 Artists”, Seoul Gallery, Seoul, Korea.      
  • “The 2nd Anniversary Exhibition: ‘76 Annual Spring”, Lee Gallery, Busan, Korea.
  • “Korean 7 Contemporary Artists Invitation Exhibition”, Daegu Department Store Gallery, Daegu, Korea.

1975        

  • “Korea: Five Artists Five ‘Hinsek’ White”, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.
  • The 13th Biennale de São Paulo, Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion, São Paulo, Brazil.
  • The 24th National Art Exhibition, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 11th Korean Fine Arts Association Exhibition, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 3rd Indépendants (Held by Korean Fine Arts Association), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 1st Ecole de Séoul, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 1st Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 2nd Daegu Contemporary Art Festival, Keimyung University Museum of Art, Daegu, Korea.
  • “Fundraising Exhibition for Establishment of Jeonju Museum: Korean Senior and Leading Artists Exhibition”, Korea Information Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Inaugural Exhibition”, Han-il Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Inaugural Exhibition: Invited Korean 30 Active Artists”, Miro Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Exhibition of Figurative Art by Abstract Painters”, Areum Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Invitational Exhibition of Korean Active Artists” (Held by Korean Fine Arts Association), Yangji Gallery, Seoul, Korea.            

1974        

  • National Documentary Painting Exhibition: Economy Part (Held by Ministry of Culture and Public Information), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Gyeongbokgung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 10th Korean Fine Arts Association Exhibition, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Gyeongbokgung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 23rd National Art Exhibition, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Gyeongbokgung, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 2nd Indépendants (Held by Korean Fine Arts Association), National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Invitational Exhibition of ‘74: 7 Artists in Seoul”, Han Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 2nd Exhibition of Hongik University Alumni in Daejeon and Seoul, Gyeong-am Gallery, Daejeon, Korea.  

1973        

  • “Exhibition of Seoul: 13 Artists of Contemporary Art”, Gallery Signum, Kyoto, Japan. 
  • “Exhibition of Korean Contemporary Art 1957-1972: Abstraction = Situation”, Myeongdong Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Museum Relocation Commemorative Exhibition: Exhibition of 100 Active Painters”, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Permanent Exhibition”, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Inaugural Exhibition of Namsan Sowol-ro Street Art Exhibition Section” (Held by Ministry of Culture and Public Information), Namsan, Seoul, Korea.
  • “Contemporary Art ‘73”, Myeongdong Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1972        

  • “The Vietnam War Documentary painting Exhibition” (Held by Ministry of Culture and Public Information & Ministry of National Defense), Gyeongbokgung National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 9th Korean Fine Arts Association Exhibition, Gyeongbokgung National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.

1971-72    

  • “Korean Contemporary Painting Exhibition”, France & West Germany.

1971        

  • Seoul-Busan Contemporary Artists Exchange Exhibition (Held by Hyuk Coterie), Lady Gallery, Busan, Korea.

1970        

  • Osaka EXPO ‘70 Special Exhibition at Korean Pavilion, Suita, Japan.
  • “Exhibition of Selected 6 Korean Young Artists”, Tokiwa Gallery, Tokyo, Japan.              
  • The 1st Korean Art Grand-Prix Exhibition (Held by Hankook Daily News), Gyeongbokgung National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • Inaugural Invitational Exhibition, Myeong-dong Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • Inaugural Invitational Exhibition, Seoul Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1969        

  • The 1st International Painting Festival, Cagnes-sur-Mer, France.
  • The 1st Pistoia International Paintings Biennial, Pistoia, Italy.
  • “Exhibition of 11 Korean Young Artists”, Solidaridad Gallery, Manila, The Philippines.
  • “Korean Contemporary Painting Exhibition”, India & Afghanistan & Nepal.
  • The 5th International Young Artist Exhibition (Held by the Japanese Cultural Forum), Japan.
  • “The 13th Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Artists” (Held by Chosun Daily News), Seoul, Korea.

1968        

  • “Korean Contemporary Painting Exhibition”, Tokyo National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, Japan.
  • “The 12th Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Artists” (Held by Chosun Daily News), Seoul, Korea.

1967        

  • EXPO ‘67 “Special Exhibition: Korean Pavilion”, Montreal, Canada.
  • National Documentation Drawing Exhibition, Gyeongbokgung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • “The 11th Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Artists” (Held by Chosun Daily News), Seoul, Korea.

1966        

  • “The Invited Exhibition of Contemporary Artists from 6 Countries of Far East”, Macy’s Department Store Gallery, New York, USA.
  • “The 10th Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Artists” (Held by Chosun Daily News), Seoul, Korea.

1965         

  • The 8th São Paulo Biennial, Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion, São Paulo, Brazil.
  • “Korean Contemporary 7 Artists Exhibition”, Korea Press Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 1st Korean Contemporary Art 10 Artists Exhibition (Held by Joongang Daily News), Shinsegae Department Store Gallery (4F), Seoul, Korea.
  • The 1st Korean Public Art Exhibition (Held by Busan Fine Arts Association), Dong-a University, Busan, Korea.
  • The 4th Cultural Freedom Contemporary Art Exhibition (Held by the Congress for Cultural Freedom), Ye-Chong Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 9th Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Artists (Held by Chosun Daily News), Gyeongbokgung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.

1964        

  • The 2nd Actual Exhibition, Gyeongbokgung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 3rd Cultural Freedom Contemporary Art Exhibition” (Held by the Congress for Cultural Freedom), Korea Press Center, Seoul, Korea.

1963        

  • The 3rd Biennale de Paris, Paris, France.
  • “4 Young Korean Artists Exhibition (Jeunes Peintres Coréens)”, Galerie Lambert, Paris, France.
  • The 2nd Cultural Freedom Contemporary Art Exhibition (Held by the Congress for Cultural Freedom), Korea Information Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 7th Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Artists (Held by Chosun Daily News), Gyeongbokgung Museum, Seoul, Korea.

1962        

  • The 1st Saigon International Biennale Exhibition, Saigon, Vietnam.
  • “Exhibition of Korean Contemporary Artists”, Manila, The Philippines.
  • The 1st Actual Exhibition, Korea Information Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 1st Cultural Freedom Contemporary Art Exhibition (Held by the Congress for Cultural Freedom), Korea Information Center, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 6th Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Artists (Held by Chosun Daily News), Seoul, Korea.

1961        

  • “Jeunes Peintres du Monde à Paris” (Held by UNESCO National Committee of I.A.A France), Compiègne - Paris, France.

1960        

  • The 4th Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Artists (Held by Chosun Daily News), Gyeongbokgung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 6th Hyundae Exhibition (Held by Contemporary Fine Artists Association), Gyeongbokgung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.

1959        

  • The 3rd Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Artists (Held by Chosun Daily News), Gyeongbokgung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.

1958        

  • The 2nd Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Artists (Held by Chosun Daily News), Seoul, Korea.
  • The 4th Hyundae Exhibition (Held by Contemporary Fine Artists Association), Deoksugung National Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 3rd Hyundae Exhibition (Held by Contemporary Fine Artists Association), Hwa-Shin Department Store Gallery, Seoul, Korea.
  • “The Korean Contemporary Artists Exhibition”, World House Gallery, New York, USA.

1957        

  • The 2nd Hyundae Exhibition (Held by Contemporary Fine Artists Association), Hwa-Shin Department Store Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1956        

  • “Exhibition of 4 Painters: Moon Woo-Sik, Kim Choong-Sun, Kim Young-Hwan, Park Seo-Bo”, Dong-Bang Cultural Center (3F), Seoul, Korea.
  • “Exhibition for Rookies of Hong-Ik University Alumni”, Dong-Hwa Department Store Gallery (4F), Seoul, Korea.

1955        

  • The 7th Exhibition of Dae-Han Fine Arts Association, Gyeongbokgung Art Museum, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 4th National Art Exhibition (Held by the Minister of Education), Gyeongbokgung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 2nd Hongik Art Exhibition, Hongik University Gallery, Seoul, Korea.

1954        

  • The 6th Exhibition of Dae-Han Fine Arts Association, Gyeongbokgung Art Museum, Seoul, Korea.
  • The 3rd National Art Exhibition (Held by the Minister of Education), Gyeongbokgung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea.
Photo by Kyungbum Kim
Photo by Kyungbum Kim
MUSEUM COLLECTION

Overseas        

  • Le Centre Pompidou, Paris, France (2021)
  • K20, Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Dusseldorf, Germany (2020)
  • Benesse Art Site, Naoshima, Japan (2019)
  • Musée Cernuschi, Musée des Arts de l'Asie de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France (2018)
  • Pola Museum of Art, Hakone, Japan (2017)
  • The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), NY, USA (2015)
  • The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, USA (2015)
  • Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington D.C, USA (2015)
  • Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY, USA (2014)
  • Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, UAE (2014)
  • M+ Museum, Hong Kong (2014)
  • Yuz Foundation, Shanghai, China (2014)
  • FNAC (Fonds National d’Art Contemporain Collection), Paris, France (2007)
  • Mie Prefectural Art Museum, Mie, Japan (2001)
  • Shimonoseki City Art Museum, Shimonoseki, Japan (1992)
  • The Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan (1988)
  • The Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, Japan (1987)
  • Ohara Museum, Kurashiki, Japan (1986)
  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan (1984)
  • Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan (1977)        


Domestic

  • Jeju Museum Of Art, Jeju (2019)
  • Daegu Art Museum, Daegu (2011)
  • Gyeonggido Museum of Modern Art, Ansan (2007)
  • Museum San, Wonju (2007)
  • Posco Art Museum, Seoul (2001)
  • Total Museum, Seoul (2001)
  • Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul (2001)
  • Busan Metropolitan Art Museum, Busan (1998)
  • Gallery 63, Seoul (1994)
  • Gwangju City Art Museum, Gwangju (1992)
  • Han-Lim Art Museum, Daejeon (1992)
  • The Museum of Ewha Women’s University, Seoul (1992)    
  • Art Sonje Museum, Gyeongju (1991)
  • Gidang Art Museum, JeJu (1991)
  • Walker Hill Art Center, Seoul (1986)
  • The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon (1979, 1983)
  • Leeum Samsung Art Museum, Seoul (1976, 1981, 1993, 2011)
  • The Contemporary Museum of Hong-lk University, Seoul (1975)


Main Collectors

  • Steven Cohen Collection, Stanford, USA (2016)
  • Rachofsky Collection, Dallas, USA (2015)
  • SIGG Collection, Switzerland (2015)
  • The George Economou Collection, Athens, Greece (2015)
  • Alexandra Monroe - Private Collector (2015)
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SELECTED AWARDS

2021. 10. 21.              

  • The 19th Cultural Day: The Gold Certificate of Merit, Ministry of Culture, Sports & Tourism, Seoul, Korea.

2020. 11. 17.                

  • The 40th Korean Art Critic Conference : The Best Artist of the Year, Korean Art Critics Association, Seoul, Korea

2019. 12. 5.                

  • The 64th National Academy of Arts of the Republic of Korea Award (Fine Art Sector), The National Academy of Arts, Republic of Korea(NAA), Seoul.

2018. 3. 29.                

  • Asia Arts Game Changer Awards Hong Kong, Asia Society, Hong Kong.

2015. 11. 9.                

  • Awards in the Visual Arts 10, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C, U.S.A

2014. 6. 24. 

  • The 12th Lee Donghoon Art Award (Main Prize), Daejeon City & Joongboo Daily News, Daejeon, Korea.

2011. 10. 15.              

  • The 9th Cultural Day: The Silver Certificate of Merit, Ministry of Culture, Sports & Tourism, Gangleung, Korea.

2009. 3. 20.

  • The 4th Special Art Award, Seok Ju Art Foundation, Seoul, Korea.

2008. 12. 5.                

  • Korea Art Award, The Korean Artist’s Day Organizing Committee & Korean Fine Art Association, Seoul, Korea. 

2008. 5. 1. 

  • The 28th Suk-Nam Art Prize, Suk-Nam Art Foundation, New York, USA.

2004. 10. 1.         

  • The 9th MANIF Grand Prize (Manifestation d’Art Nouveau International et Forum), MANIF organizing Committee, Seoul, Korea

1999. 6. 12.        

  • The 1st Exceptional Art Award (Creation Sector), Korean Fine Arts Association, Seoul, Korea.

1996. 11. 27.

  • The Proud Hoingik Alumna Award, Hoingik University Alumni Association, Seoul, Korea.  

1995. 10. 17.        

  • The 44th Seoul Metropolitan Cultural Prize, Seoul Government, Seoul, Korea.

1994. 12. 15. 

  • The Proud Hoingik Alumna Award, Hoingik University Alumni Association, Seoul, Korea.

1994. 10. 20.         

  • The Jade Crown of Cultural Medal, Ministry of Culture, Sports & Tourism, Seoul, Korea.

1993. 5. 12.

  • The Distinguished Service Medal, Seoul Federation of Teachers’ Association, Seoul, Korea.

1990. 9. 25.

  • The Kowoon Cultural Award, Kowoon Cultural Foundation, Seoul, Korea.

1987. 12. 8.

  • The 1st Art & Culture Grand-Prize, The Federation of Artistic & Cultural Organizations of Korea, Seoul, Korea

1987. 5. 5.              

  • The Distinguished Educational Service Medal, Korea Youth Worker Association, Seoul, Korea

1984. 12. 5.               

  • National Medal: “Seokryu” Medal, Ministry of Education, Seoul, Korea

1979. 10. 20.                

  • The 11th Culture and Art Prize, Ministry of Public Information, Seoul, Korea

1976. 10. 6.                 

  • The 2nd Joong-Ang Cultural Grand-Prize, Joong-Ang Daily News, Seoul, Korea

1972. 11. 16.                

  • President's Commendation, Ministry of Home Affairs, Seoul, Korea.

1961. 10. 26.             

  • The Jeunes Peintres du Monde à Paris: The 1st Prize (Sarcelles-Themed Competition), National Committee of I.A.A., Paris, France.