Hong Kyong Tack  (Korean, 1968) 

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Hong Kyong Tack Biography
1968   Born in Seoul, Korea
1995   Received a B.F.A. in Painting from the Kyungwon University, Seongnam, Korea
2004   Gana Residency Program, Jangheung Art Park, Korea
2008   The 2nd the Year of Artist Award, Young Artist, Seoul, Korea
2010   DOOSAN Residency, New York, NY
  Lives and works in Seoul, Korea
Selected Exhibitions
2011   Rhythm in Art, Gaain Gallery, Seoul, Korea
2010   Pens, DOOSAN Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
Multi Effect, Gallery Ihn, Seoul, Korea
Meet in ARCO, ARCO Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
In the Midst of the Korean Contemporary Art, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea
A Different Similarity, Bochum Museum, Bochum, Germany
2009   Logic of Sensibility, Interalia Art Company, Seoul, Korea
Peppermint Candy, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
A Different Similarity, Santral Istanbul Museum, Istanbul, Turkey
Part of Me, Space Ham, Seoul, Korea
2008   Purgatorium, CAIS Gallery, Seoul, Korea (solo)
Creation Anatomy, Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
Pop N Pop, Seongnam Art Center, Seongnam, Korea
Contemporary Kaleidoscope: Art in Korea, The Central House of Artist, Moscow, Russia
Peppermint Candy: Contemporary Art from Korea, The National Museum of Fine Art, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Korean Art Today: The World of Expression, Hangaram Art Museum of Seoul Art Center, Seoul, Korea
Korean Contemporary Show, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore
After The Pictorial Turn, DOOSAN Gallery, Seoul, Korea
2007   Peppermint Candy, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Santiago, Chile
Beyond Art 2007, Daejeon Art Center, Daejeon, Korea
Recycling Inc., Arko Art Center, Seoul, Korea
Animals in Art, Gallery Ryu, Seoul, Korea
2006   Give & Take, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea (solo)
Funkchestra, Gallery The Social, Seoul, Korea (solo)
Sewha Gyunmonrok, Hangaram Art Museum of Seoul Art Center, Seoul, Korea
The Way of Viewing Objects, Seoul Museum of Art – Namseoul, Seoul, Korea
Korea Young Artists Biennale 2006, Daegu Art Center, Daegu, Korea
Memory of Books, Book House, Paju, Korea
Graduation, Gana Art Center, Seoul, Korea
2005   Funkchestra, Arko Art Center of Arts Council Korea, Seoul, Korea (solo)
Nine One Man Show, Gana Art Center, Seoul, Korea
Contemporary Art of South & North Korea, Canvas International Art Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Against Translate, Total Museum, Seoul, Korea
Happiness, Hanjeon Plaza Gallery, Seoul, Korea
PopPopPop, Gana Art Center, Seoul, Korea
2004   A Praise for Still Life, Ilmin Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
Story about Liquor, Savina Museum, Seoul, Korea
Delicious Museum, Gana Art Center, Seoul, Korea
2003   Chosun Gallery at COEX, Seoul, Korea (solo)
Delicious Museum, Insa Art Space, Seoul, Korea
Art Book , Book Art, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
2002   Imagination and Curiosity, Gana Art Center, Seoul. Korea
korean Art 44 pieces of Puzzles, Gallery LaMer, Seoul, Korea
Korea Young Artists Biennale 2002, Daegu Arts Center, Daegu, Korea
Korean and Chinese Painting-2002 New Expression, Seoul Art Center, Seoul, Korea
IMA, Ilmin Art Museum, Seoul, Korea (solo)
2001   Samsung Plaza Gallery, Bundang, Korea (solo)
Reality and Illusion, Sindorico Culture Space, Seoul, Korea
Journey to the World of Fine Arts, The Young Collections: Seeing the Show, Sejong Center, Seoul, Korea
Flow : New Tendencies in Korean Narrative Painting, The Korean Culture & Art Foundation, Seoul, Korea
The World "With-Out" Other, Insa Art Space, The Korean Culture & Art Foundation, Seoul, Korea
2000   Art @ Design.org, Seoul Art Center Design Gallery, Seoul, Korea
Ecole de Seoul, Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea
Shrine, Insa Art Space, The Korean Culture & Arts Foundation, Seoul, Korea (solo)
1996   P.H.Y.S.I.C, Seokyung Gallery, Seoul, Korea
1995   Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, The Korea Culture & Art Foundation, Seoul
New Form 95, Yoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea
1994   University Art Festival, Hongik University, Seoul, Korea