Chung Sang-Hwa  (Korean, 1932) 

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Chung Sang-Hwa Biography
1932   Born in Young-Duck, Kyungsangbuk-Do
1956   B.F.A., Graduated from Seoul National University (Fine Art), Korea
1964 - 1968   Lived and worked in France, Paris
1969 - 1976   Lived and worked in Japan, Kobe
1977 - 1992   Lived and worked in France, Paris
  Currently living and working in Korea
Selected Exhibitions
2007   Gallery HAKGOJAE - Seoul, Korea (solo)
2007   Gallery HYUNDAI - Seoul, Korea (solo)
2007   Void - in Korean Art, Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art - Seoul, Korea
2004   Korea’s Two-dimensional Painting Yesterday and Today, Seoul City Museum of Art - Seoul, Korea
2002   Understanding Abstract Arts, Sungkok Art Museum - Seoul, Korea
2000   The Source of Contemporary Korean Art, National Museum of Contemporary Art Seoul - Korea
2000   The 3rd Biennale of Gwangju-Korea
2000   Post-War Abstract Painting, Hoam Art Museum - Seoul, Korea
1998   Korean Monochromes: Methods, Ideas and Spirits, Busan Museum of Modern Art - Korea
1998   Won Gallery - Seoul, Korea (solo)
1997   The 5th NICAF TOKYO 97 - Tokyo, Japan
1996   Korean Abstract Painting Spirit Exhibition, Hoam Art Museum - Seoul, Korea
1996   Joongang Biennale, Seoul Museum of Art - Seoul, Korea
1994   Kasahara Gallery - Osaka, Japan (solo)
1992   Shirota Gallery - Tokyo, Japan (solo)
1992   Gallery HYUNDAI - Seoul, Korea (solo)
1992   Korean Contemporary Art Traveling Exhibition, included Shimonoseki Museum of Art - Japan
1991   Korean Contemporary Art Invitation, Art Sonje Museum - Gyeongju, Korea
1991   Korean Contemporary Painting Circulation Exhibition - Yugoslavia
1991   Ueda Gallery - Tokyo, Japan (solo)
1990   Kasahara Gallery - Osaka, Japan (solo)
1989   Gallery HYUNDAI - Seoul, Korea (solo)
1989   Dorothea Van Der Koelen Gallery - Mainz, Germany (solo)
1988   Motomachi Gallery - Kobe, Japan (solo)
1988   The 24th Seoul Olympic International Contemporary Art Fair, National Museum of Contemporary Art - Seoul, Korea
1986   Black and White in Art Today, Museum of Modern Art - Saitama, Japan
1986   Seoul&Paris, Paris National Art Centre - Seoul, Korea and Paris, France
1986   Gallery HYUNDAI - Seoul, Korea (solo)
1986   Ueda Gallery - Tokyo, Japan (solo)
1984   Motomachi Gallery - Kobe, Japan (solo)
1984   Four Contemporary Artists Exhibition, Espace Bateau Lavoir - Paris, France
1984   Contemporary Art Festival, National Museum of Contemporary Art – Seoul, Korea
1983   Korean Contemporary Art Exhibition, Tokyo City Museum - Tokyo, Japan
1983   Osaka Contemporary Art Fair, Contemporary Art Center - Osaka, Japan
1983   Gallery HYUNDAI - Seoul, Korea (solo)
1983   Ueda Gallery - Tokyo, Japan (solo)
1982   Korean Culture Institute - Paris, France (solo)
1982   Korean Artists Working Abroad, National Museum of Contemporary Art - Seoul, Korea
1982   Work on Paper, National Museum of Contemporary Art - Seoul, Korea and Kyoto, Japan
1982   Comparaison, Grand Palais Museum - Paris, France
1981   Contemporary Korean Artists, Kyoto Museum - Kyoto, Japan
1981   Gallery Object - Wuppertal, West Germany (solo)
1980   West Germany Bergheim Culture Institute - Bergheim, Germany (solo)
1980   Motomachi Gallery - Kobe, Japan (solo)
1980   Jean Gallery - Seoul, Korea (solo)
1980   Galerie N.R.A- Paris, France
1980   Galerie Alain Oudin- Paris, France
1980   The 12th Cagnes International Painting Festival - Cagnes-Sur-Mer, France
1980   Salon des Grands et Jeunes d'Aujourd'hui, Grand Palais Museum - Paris, France
1980   Asian Contemporary Fine Art Exhibition, Fukuoka City Museum - Japan
1979   Salon des Grands et Jeunes d'Aujourd'hui, Grand Palais Museum - Paris, France
1977   Motomachi Gallery - Kobe, Japan (solo)
1977   Coco Gallery - Kyoto, Japan (solo)
1977   Korean Contemporary Artists, National Museum of Contemporary Art - Seoul, Korea
1976   Muramatsu Gallery - Tokyo, Japan (solo)
1976   Shinanobashi Gallery - Osaka, Japan (solo)
1974   The 4th Hyogo-Prefecture Art Festival, Hyogo-Prefecture Modern Museum - Kobe, Japan
1973   The 12th Biennale de Sao-Paulo, Brazil
1973   The 3ed Hyogo Prefecture Art Festival, Hyogo-Prefecture Modern Museum - Kobe, Japan
1973   Muramatsu Gallery- Tokyo, Japan (solo)
1973   Shinanobashi Gallery - Osaka, Japan (solo)
1972   Mudo Gallery - Tokyo, Japan (solo)
1972   he 2nd Hyogo Prefecture Art Festival, Hyogo-Prefecture Modern Museum - Kobe, Japan
1971   Motomachi Gallery - Kobe, Japan (solo)
1969   Shinanobashi Gallery - Osaka, Japan (solo)
1968   Jean-Camion Gallery - Paris, France (solo)
1967   Newspaper Institute - Seoul, Korea (solo)
1967   The 10th Biennale de Sao-Paulo, Brazil
1965   The 4th Biennale de Paris- Paris, France
1962 - 1964   Exhibition of Group ‘Actuel ’- Seoul, Korea
1963   Contemporary Four Young Korean Artists, Galerie Lamber - Paris, France
1962   Central Report Institute - Seoul, Korea (solo)
  Ehime Prefectural-Tamagawa Modern Art Museum - Ehime, Japan
  Fukuoka Asian Art Museum - Fukuoka, Japan
  FUJI XEROX Collection - Tokyo, Japan
  Ohara Museum of Art - Okayama, Japan
  Shimonoseki City Art Museum – Shimonoseki, Japan
  Sizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art - Sizuoka, Japan
  Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo - Tokyo, Japan
  Takamatsu City Museum of Art - Kagawa, Japan
  Tokyo Operacity Art Gallery - Tokyo, Japan
  Tokyo Bunkamura - Tokyo, Japan
  Public Collections
  National Museum of Contemporary Art - Seoul, Korea
  Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art - Seoul, Korea
  Busan Museum of Modern Art - Seoul, Korea
  Gwangju Museum of Art - Gwangju, Korea
  Museum of Art Seoul National University - Seoul, Korea
  Gyeongnam Art Museum- Changwon, Korea
  Le-Young Contemporary Art Museum - Seoul, Korea
  Gyeonggido Museum of Art – Ansan, Korea
  Art Center NABI(Walkerhill Museum) – Seoul, Korea