Shin il Kim

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Represented Artists

Represented Artists

Installation view of In Between, Seeing, Gallery Simon, 2015
Mind, Belief, Ism detail, 2015, ABS, dimensions variable (cube111 x 111.5 x 147.2 cm)
Mind, 2015, ABS, 157 x 64 x 196 cm
Installation view of In Between, Seeing, Gallery Simon, 2015
Belief, 2015, ABS, LED, 75 x 99 x 39.5 cm
Installation view of In Between, Seeing, Gallery Simon, 2015
Belief, 2015, ABS, dimensions variable (cube  20.4 x 21 x 27 cm)
Writing, 2014, polycarbonate, 75 x 51 cm, Writing 1, 2014, polycarbonate, 42 x 51 cm
Detail of Writing, 2014, polycarbonate, 75 x 51 cm
Mind, 2014, stainless steel, electronic coating, 29.2 x 42 x 32.2 cm
Installation view of Mind, Belief, Ism at MMCA, 2014, ABS, photograph print on translucent panel, 240 x 180 x 63 cm
Installation view of Mind, Belief, Ism at MMCA, 2014, ABS, photograph print on translucent panel, 240 x 180 x 63 cm
Mind, Belief, Ism at MMCA, 2014, print on polycarbonate, acrylic box, 180 x 75 x 75 cm
Installation view of solo exhibition, Object,Seeing, Gallery Simon, 2012
Not an Absolute Object but Absolute Seeing, 7 pieces of 74.5 x 120 cm, one piece of 74
Not an Absolute Object but Absolute Seeing, 7 pieces of 74
Not an Absolute Object but Absolute Seeing, 74
Absolute Seeing, 200 x 200 x 38 cm
Absolute Seeing, 2012, FRP structure, video projector, DVD, subwoofer, 200 x 200 x 38.5 cm
Absolute Seeing, 2012, FRP structure, video projector, DVD, subwoofer, 200 x 200 x 38 cm
Installation view of solo exhibition, 'Object, Seeing,' Gallery Simon, 2012
Absolute Seeing-mirror, 2012, ABS curved by CNC, nickel-plated, 43 x 43 x 10 cm
Portrait, 2012, pressed line drawing on transparent polycarbonate, Epoxy, 37 x 52 cm
Nothing Explained, It just Sees, Sees What, Not an Absolute Object But Absolute Seeing, 2012, laser cut stainless steel, black nickel plated, 27.7 x 45 x 3.5, 27.7 x 45 x 1.1, 27 cm
Drawing the Beauty, 2012, pressed line drawing on transparent polycarbonate, Epoxy, 55 x 77 cm
Moment to Moment, 2012, laser cut stainless steel  black nickel-plated, 95 x 26.7 cm
Persistency-broken, 2011, 21.5 inch LCD monitor  HD media player  4 pressed line drawings on plastic mirror, 56.7 x 36 x 41 cm
Temporal Continuum Intuitively Known Élan vital Operates Emptiness, 2010, Hand-cut epoxy, polystyrene, video projector, DVD player, 114 x 205 x 20.5 cm
Active Anesthesia-the Reflection, 2008, video projector, Japanese TV commercials on DVD, powered subwoofer, hand-cut octagonal structure (diameter 115 cm), round mirror (diameter 46 cm), low frequency
Active Anesthesia-the Attitude of Cranial Revolution, 2008, 610 cm diameter cylinder room, DVD, video projector, subwoofer, two motors, black mirror, human cranium, mirror, mixed media,  610  x 300 cm
Decoded Love, 2006-7, Five-channel video installation, sound, 5 TV monitors, 5 DVDs, circle structure (diameter 240 cm) in a dark room, drawings on a wall, This event made possible with public fun
Decoded Love, 2006-7, Five-channel video installation, sound, 5 TV monitors, 5 DVDs, circle structure (diameter 240 cm) in a dark room, drawings on a wall, This event made possible with public fund
Decoded Love, 2006-7, Five-channel video installation, sound, 5 TV monitors, 5 DVDs, circle structure (diameter 240 cm) in a dark room, drawings on a wall, This event made possible with public fund
A Beat, 2009, 15 photos in a DVD, pressed line text on plastic mirror, video projector, single slide projector, speaker
Into 43200 sec, 2011, 4 channel video, HD media player
The Transubstantiation, 2005, 2880 pressed line drawings on paper, sound, 8 video scenes, 8 rear projection screens (the size of each screen 234 x 177 cm), 8 DVDs
Installation view of Invisible Masterpiece at Insa Art Space, 708 pressed line drawings on paper, 3 video projector, Seoul, Korea
Installation view of Invisible Masterpiece at Insa Art Space, 708 pressed line drawings on paper, 3 video projector, Seoul, Korea
Installation view of Mutable Love, Beauty, Belief, Meaning, Form, Memory in the True Sense of the Word at Smack Mellon, 2008, upheaval drawing on wall, polycarbonate, 40 x 300 x 5 cm, New York, USA
Mutable Love, Beauty, Belief, Meaning, Form, Memory in the True Sense of the Word - detail
Portrait-in Narcissus, 2009, pressed line drawing on plastic mirror, 79 x 79 cm
The Museum, 2010, playing on LED screen on Seoul Square Building
Eye Level, Divided Sight, Individuality, 2010-11, hand-cut epoxy, polystyrene, 199 x 32.5 x 61.3 cm
Eye Level, Divided Sight, Individuality, 2010-11, hand-cut epoxy, polystyrene, 199 x 32.5 x 61.3 cm
Perverted Mind, 2011, hand-cut epoxy, polystyrene, polycarbonate, 52 x 80.5 x 102 cm, 52 x 80.5 x 42 cm
Moment to Moment, 2011, laser-cut steel, urethane coating in white and grey, 395.5 x 111, 50 cm

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Shin il Kim

Education 


2001 

MFA, School of Visual Arts, New York, USA


1999 

BFA, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea

 


Solo Exhibitions


2016 

Riccardo Crespi Gallery, Observing that Gap, Milan, Italy


2015 

Gallery Simon, In Between-Seeing, Seoul, Korea

SCAD Museum, Active Anesthesia, Georgia, USA


2014 

Space Cottonseed,Ready-known, Singapore


2012

Volta NY, representing Gallery Simon, New York, USA

Patrick Mikhail Gallery, Preternatural, curated by Celina Jeffery, Ottawa, Canada


2011 

Kim Chong Yung Museum, Seoul, Korea


2010 

Riccardo Crespi Gallery, Into, Milan, Italy


2008 

Smack Mellon, Decoded Love, Brooklyn,NewYork,USA

Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Window to the World, curator Yukie Kamiya, Hiroshima, Japan


2007 

Galeria do Lago / Museu da Republica, Imagem Nao-Imagem, curator Daniella Geo, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Pei Ling Chan Gallery at Savannah College of Art and Design, Invisible Masterpiece, curator Erin Dziedzic, Savannah, Georgia, USA

Riccardo Crespi Gallery, Milan, Italy


2006 

Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany


2005 

Saltworks Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, USA


2004 

Insa Art Space-the Korean Culture and Arts Foundation, Seoul, Korea


2002 Saltworks Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

 


Selected Group Exhibitions


2017 

Île Rousseau, Quai des Bergues, AQUA, Swiss

Samck Mellon,Twenty Sixteen in 2016, New York, USA


2015 

Gallery Simon, Simon’s Collection, Seoul, Korea


2014 

National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea Artist Prize 2014, Seoul, Korea


2013 

National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korean Art from the Museum Collection: Grand Narrative

Part II, Seoul, Korea

Tornielli Museum,Dove non si tocca, curated by Gabi Scardi, Ameno, Italy

SOMA, Power, Where Does the Beauty Lie, Seoul, Korea

Carlo Bilotti Museum, White and White, Rome, Italy


2012 

Nam June Paik Art Center, Nostalgia is An Extended Feedback, Korea

Gallery Simon, Simon’s Collection, Seoul, Korea

Seoul Museum of Art, New Acquisitions Collections, Seoul, Korea

Colorado University Art Museum, Keeping It Real, Colorado, USA


2011 

Bad Romanticism, Arko Art Center, Seoul

fordProject, Summer Affair,NewYork,USA

Nam June Paik Art Center, Mediascape on Nam June Paik’s Wake, Korea

Museum of Art Seoul National University, MOA Invites, Seoul, Korea


2010 

Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art, Oh! Masterpiece, 2009 New Acquisitions Collections, Korea

Shinsegae Gallery, Lip_Sync, Seoul, Korea


2009 

Queens Museum of Art, Media Media-Faces&Facts: Korean Contemporary Art in NewYork,New York,USA

El Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales, Triple Light, Montevideo, Uruguay

MaryRyanGallery,5:MultiplicityofContemporaryArtfromSouthKorea,Newyork,USA

Affirmation Arts, Surveillance, curated by Rachel Vancelette, New York, USA

Coreana Museum of Art, Space C, Cross Animate, Seoul, Korea


2008 

Daejeon Museum of Art, Drawing, Daejeon,Korea

The 3rdSevilleInternationalBiennale,Seville,Spain

The 5thSeoulInternationalMediaArtBiennale, Seoul, Korea

Hermes Foundation Misulsang prize show, Seoul, Korea

The Smith College Museum of Art, movement, curator Linda Muehlig, Massachusetts, USA


2007 

Seoul Art Center, contemporary art in the world-New York, Seoul, Korea

The Rotunda Gallery, Exposure, curator Patrick Grenier, New York, USA

The Prague Contemporary Art Festival “tina b.2007”, Old Waterworks, City Fables, Prague, Czech Republic

Museum of Art Seoul National University, MoA Picks, curator Shinyoung Chung, Seoul, Korea

The University of Arizona Museum of Art, Lost in the Woods, curator Lisa Fischman, Arizona, USA

Today Art Museum, curator Dan Cameron, Beijing, China


2006 

National Museum of Contemporary Art, Special Exhibition-Young Korean Artists, Seoul, Korea

Singapore Biennale 2006, Singapore

Magazine4 Vorarlberger Kunstverein, Steiler Konter - Die Ausstellung, curator Peter Lang, Bregenz, Austria

Basis, Shin il Kim and Dirk Krecker, curator Felix Ruher, Frankfurt,Germany

Palau de la Virreina-La Capella, berlintendenzen, Curator Dennys Matos and Lorena Perez, Barcelona, Spain

Kim Chong Young Sculpture Museum, TranSpace-there is no sculpture, Seoul, Korea

The Drawing Center, Analog Animation, New York, USA


2005 

Queens Museum of Art, The Gift: Building a Collection for the Queens Museum, New York, USA

New Museum of Contemporary Art, 7thTheAltoidsCuriouslyStrongCollection,NewYork,USA

Marronnier Art Center-The Korean Culture and Arts Foundation, Power Station, Seoul, Korea

Portland Museum of Art, Portland Biennial 2005, Portland, Maine, USA


2004 

Queens Museum of Art, Queens International 2004, Queens, NY, USA

Gwangju Biennale 2004, Gwangju, Korea

Bronx Museum of the Arts, AIM 24, Bronx, New York, USA


2003 

Jersey City Museum, Panasonic zone, curator Rocio Aranda-Alvarado, Jersey City, New Jersey, U.S.A

Portland Museum of Art, Portland Biennial, Portland, Maine, USA

 


Selected Awards and Honors


2012 

Kim Se Joong Young Sculpture Award, Seoul,Korea

Seoul Art Space-Geum Cheon Resident Artist, Seoul Foundation of Art and Culture, Korea

New York State Council on the Arts, Individual artists grant, New York, USA


2011 

Gyeonggi Creation Center Resident Artist, Gyeonggi do, Korea


2009 

President Award from Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, USA


2008

Akiyoshidai International Art Village, Yamaguchi, Japan

New York State Council on the Arts, Individual artists grant, New York, USA


2007 

AHL Foundation Visual Arts winner-forth place, New York, USA

CUE Foundation artist in residency program, New York, USA


2006

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Swing Space award, New York, USA


2005-6

Berlin, Germany


2004 

The Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, New York, USA

Jerome Foundation New York City Media Arts Program Grant, USA

Seventh Annual ALTOIDS Curiously Strong Collection, USA

Artist Studio Residency and Emerging Artist Fellowship at Smack Mellon, New York, USA


2003

New York State Council on the Arts, State Media Artist Distribution Grant, New York, USA

Artist in the Marketplace (AIM 24), Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York, USA

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s residency at The Woolworth Building, New York, USA


2001 

Skowhegan Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Fellowship, New York, USA

 


Collections


Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Korea

National Museum of Contemporary Art,Korea

Seoul Museum of Art, Korea

Kim Chong Yung Museum, Korea

Arts Council Korea

Seoul Olympic Museum of Art

Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art, Korea

Museum of Art, Seoul National University

Seoul Square-Morgan Stanley, Seoul Korea

Arte Y Naturaleza, Spain

Queens Museum of Art, New York, USA

New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, ALTOIDS Curiously Strong Collection

Halla Group, Korea

The Congressman’s Hall of The Republic of Korea

Private Collections

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