© 2019 by Jinchul Kim

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Exhibitions

Upcoming & Current Exhibitions

"Three Areas Painters"                      
OC Art Center, Ocean City, Maryland


AUGUST 1 - AUGUST 30 - 2019

"Celebration"                      
MK Gallery, Vienna, Virginia


AUGUST 18 - SEPTEMBER 20 - 2019

"Shape of my Heart"                      
Maryland Hall Art Center, Annapolis


AUGUST 1 - AUGUST 27 - 2019

Solo Exhibit (prospective)                      Kenneth Paul Lesko Gallery, Cleveland
TBA 2020

Past Exhibitions

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

2018       “Interface”, MK Gallery, Fairfax, Virginia

2016       “Island II”, Dr. Park Art Center, Yang-Pyoung, South Korea

2014       “Unspoken Story”, Center for the Arts, Ocean City, Maryland

2012       “Departures”, Atrium Gallery, Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland

2011       “Segment”, “Jinchul Kim New Work”, Manassas  Center for the Arts, Manassas, Virginia

2010       “Island”, Dr. Park Art Center, Yang-Pyoung, South Korea

2008       "Condition of Solitude", Dr. Park Art Center, Yang - Pyoung, South Korea

2005        Foyer Gallery, Art Institute and Gallery, Salisbury, Maryland

2003       “Portrait of you” Union Gallery, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland

2003        The Homestead Gallery, Rehoboth Art League, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware

2003       “Jinchul Kim Drawing”, Back Porch, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware

2002        Federal Reserve Board, Washington D.C.

2000        BAI Gallery, New York City, New York

2000        Ann Norton Sculpture Garden, West Palm Beach, Florida

1999        Art Institute and Gallery (part of judging the show), Salisbury, Maryland

1998        The Homestead Gallery, Rehoboth Art League, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware

1997        Perry House Galleries, Alexandria, Virginia

1997        Atrium Gallery, Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland

1996        Balcony Gallery, Globe Theater, Berlin, Maryland

1996        Parallel Studio, Salisbury, Maryland

1993        Gallery Sam-Tor, Seoul, Korea

1988        P&P Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1986        Gallery of Arab Culture Center, Seoul, Korea

Art Fairs

INTERNATIONAL ART FAIRS


2015    "Affordable Art Fair 2013", represented by Fraser Gallery, Metropolitan Pavilion, New York City

2013    "Affordable Art Fair 2013", represented by Fraser Gallery, Metropolitan Pavilion, New York City

2012     KIAF,“ Korea International Art Fair”, Represented by Dr. Park Art Center, COEX Convention Center, Seoul. Korea

2012    “Affordable Art Fair”, Represented by The Fraser Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland, New York City, 

2011    “15th Annual Boston International Art Fair”, Represented by Fraser Gallery, Boston Massachusetts

2011     KIAF,“ Korea International Art Fair”, Represented by Dr. Park Art Center, COEX Convention Center, Seoul. Korea

2011    “Seoul Art Fair”, Convention Center, Seoul. Korea

2011    “Korea Galleries Art Fair”, COEX Convention Center, Seoul. Korea

2010    “14th Annual Boston International Art Fair”, Represented by The Fraser Gallery, Boston Massachusetts

2010    “Affordable Art Fair”, Represented by The Fraser Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland, New York City,

2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010    KIAF,“ Korea International Art Fair”, Represented by Dr. Park Art Center, COEX Convention Center, Seoul. Korea

2008    “ART DAEGU 2008”  Arco Convention Center, Daegu, South Korea

2005     KIAF,“ Korea International Art Fair”, Represented by Sam-Tur Gallery, COEX Convention Center, Seoul. Korea

2000     Marbella International Art Fair, Spain, represented by So Hyun Gallery, New York City, 

Auction Houses

Artnet Worldwide Corporation
233 Broadway, 26th Floor 
New York, NY 10279-2600 
USA

Education & Appointments 

1992    MFA, School of Visual Art, New York City, New York

1987    MFA, King Se-Jong University, Seoul, South Korea

1985    BFA, King Se-jong University, Seoul, South Korea

1993-95    Art Students League of New York, New York City, New York: Figure Studies

1990    Long Island University (C.W. Post Campus), Brookville, New York: MFA 

1989-90    Fairleigh Dickinson University, Rutherford, New Jersey: English Studies


2002-Pres.   Professor of Art, Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland
 

Awards & Honors

2013    Individual Artist Award, Maryland State Art Council, Baltimore, Maryland

2012    Fulton Faculty Grant, Fulton School of Art, Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland

2012    Received Grant, Salisbury University Foundation Inc., Salisbury, Maryland

2011    Fulton Faculty Grant, Fulton School of Art, Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland

2010    Received Grant, Salisbury University Foundation Inc., Salisbury, Maryland

2010    Interviewed by Smithsonian Institution’s 2010 Folklife Festival, which focuses on works by Asian Pacific Americans

2010    Received Certificate of Excellence Award, Portrait Society of America, Washington DC.

2008    Received the Board of Regent Award for Excellence in Teaching category, the Board of Regents, Hagerstown, Maryland

2008    Received the “Distinguish Faculty Award 2008”, Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland

2006    Mosslab International Juried Show, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, Received “Best in The Show” (Curator’ choice)

2006    Received Individual Artist Award, Maryland State Art Council, Baltimore, Maryland

2006    “ArtFirst”, International Juried Exhibition,” Best of Show - Curator’s Award”, University Medical Center at Princeton, Princeton, New Jersey

2005    Artist Grant, The George Sugarman Foundation, Novato, California

2005    Mosslab International Juried Show, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, Received “Best in The Show”, “Award for Excellence” and “Award for Body of Work”

2005    “Georgetown International Art Competition”, Fraser Gallery, Received Honorable Mention, Washington DC. Curator: Jack Rasmussen, Director, and Curator of the American University's Katzen Arts Center's Galleries.

2005    “Regional Open Juried Show”, Art Institute and Gallery, Second Place,  Salisbury, Maryland

2005    “Spring Open Member Show”, Art Institute & Gallery, First Place, Salisbury, Maryland

2002    “Self Portrait”, Maryland Federation of Art, Awarded first Place, Annapolis, Maryland

1995    “Phyllis H. Mason Grant”, Art Students League of New York, New York City, New York

1994    “Merit Scholarship”, Art Students League of New York, New York City, New York
1988       “Art Exhibition of Public Subscription Celebrating The Seoul Olympic”, Awarded The Bronze Prize in Painting, Seoul, Korea (The work purchased by president of I. O. C. as a permanent collection of Olympic   Museum in Switzerland)

1988    “Joongang Art Biennale”, Awarded The Special Prize in Painting, Seoul, Korea

1987    “National Art Exhibition”, Awarded The Special Prize in Painting, Seoul, Korea

1984    “Dong-A Art Biennale”, Awarded The Grand Prize in Painting, Seoul, Korea

1883    “College Art Biennale”, Awarded The Gold Prize in Painting, Seoul, Korea