by Ayanna Dozier
by Mire Lee and Alvin Li in Features, Interview
Tina Kim's New York Townhouse Celebrates The International Artists Who Have Shaped Her
Tina Kim Gallery Congratulates Mire Lee on her inclusion in La Biennale di Venezia 2022
April 23 - November 27, 2022
Pacita Abad Estate Gets Gallery Representation Ahead of U.S. Retrospective
As the painter Park Seo-Bo, 89, pursues two museums for his art, the shows keep coming — along with a candid book by his daughter.
"Dansaekhwa" artist Ha Chong-hyun, 86, is exhibiting his latest works showcasing his "relationship with color" at Tina Kim Gallery in New York through June 30.
Godfather of Korean contemporary art says he finally began to enjoy painting, living the last moments of life on pastel tone
By Park Yuna
‘It Needs to Be More Than Just a Surface-Level Effort’: Dealer Tina Kim on the Rise of Women Artists in 2019, and What Must Happen Next
Aichi Triennale Artist Minouk Lim Speaks Out on Art World Censorship and How the Exhibition Could Be ‘Reborn’
Suki Seokyeong Kang Reimagines the Korean Landscape by Turning Traditional Techniques on Their Head
By Kwon Mee-yoo
Suki Seokyeong Kang continues experimenting with space at Venice Biennale
Suki Seokyeong Kang: Drawing on Korean cultural traditions to assemble a mise-en-scène of today
Born in 1957, in Seoul, Rhee Kibong is an artist using elements like fog, bubble, water, and dust. He explains the beauty of these substances although they are ephemeral and fades easily and explains that our body works in a similar way. He does not set any limits to materials, rather makes painting and installation both. Earning his B.F.A and M.F.A in Painting from Seoul National University, he is currently a professor of Fine Arts Department at the Korea University. He was included in Cagnes International Art Festival(1991), Bienal de Arte Contemporaneo de Sevilla(2008), Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art(2009), Moscow Biennale(2011) and other many exhibitions, gain attention.