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  • Kyoung-hoon Park



    Three Generations, 1989
    woodcut print
    69 × 159 cm

    April Glance, 1988
    woodcut print
    68 × 68 cm

    Stars and Stripes, 1990
    woodcut print
    60 × 89 cm

    Iron Thorn Flower, 1990
    woodcut print
    86 × 98.5 cm

    Mourning, 1988
    woodcut print
    59 × 94 cm
    Courtesy of the artist


    Kyoung-hoon Park (b. 1962, Jeju, Korea) graduated in Fine Arts at Jeju National University in 1985 and received a master’s degree in History from the same university in 2005. He was born and raised in Jeju and is a founding member of the artist collective Baram Koji, which translates as “windy cape.” He participated in exhibitions such as Inaugural Exhibition of Artist Collective Baram Koji (Jeju, Korea, 1988), the April Art Festival (1989; the predecessor to Jeju April 3 Art Festival), Summoning the April 3rd Spirits (Geurim Madang Min, Seoul, 1989). Solo exhibitions include the itinerant For Ten Years (Jeju Arts & Culture Center, Korea, 2006), Commemorating 100th Anniversary of the National Disgrace in the Year of Gyeoungsul: Looking over Asia from Alddreu (Alddreu Airbase Site, Jeju, Korea, 2010), and Rectification of name of 4.3 (Gallery Lafayette, Okinawa, Japan, 2019). Selected group exhibitions include The 15 Years of Minjung Art (MMCA, Gwacheon, Korea, 1994), and April 3 Art Archive – The 30 Years of Struggle for Memory (Jeju Museum of Art, Korea, 2017).