Shin Il Kim




Nato nel 1971 a Seul, Corea del Sud, vive e lavora a New York

Formazione

2001
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine
2001
MFA, School of Visual Arts, New York
1999
BFA, Seoul National University, Seoul

Premi e riconoscimenti

2014
Korea Artist Prize 2014, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
2009
President Award from Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York
2008
Akiyoshidai International Art Village, Yamaguchi
2007
New York State Council on the Arts, Individual artists grant, New York
AHL Foundation Visual Arts winner-forth place, New York
CUE Foundation artist in residency program, New York
2006
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Swing Space award, New York
2005-6
Kunstlerhaus Bethanien International Studio Program, Sponsored by Korean Culture and Arts Foundation, Berlin
2004
The Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, New York
Jerome Foundation New York City Media Arts Program Grant
Seventh Annual ALTOIDS Curiously Strong Collection, USA
Artist Studio Residency and Emerging Artist Fellowship at Smack Mellon, New York
2003
New York State Council on the Arts, State Media Artist Distribution Grant, New York
Artist in the Marketplace (AIM 24), Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s residency at The Woolworth Building, New York
2001
Skowhegan Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Fellowship, New York
 
Mostre personali

2016
Observing that gap, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milano
2015
Active Anesthesia, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia, USA
In Between, Seeing Gallery Simon, Seoul
2014
Ready-known, Space Cottonseed, Singapore
2012
Object, Seeing, Gallery Simon, Seoul
2011
Bad Romanticism, ARKo art center, Seoul
Shin il Kim, Kim Chong Yung Sculpture Museum, Seoul
2010
Into, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milano
2009
Gana Art Gallery, Project Room, New York
2008
Decoded Love, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, New York
Video Lounge Show, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, a cura di Yukie Kamiya
2007
Imagem Nao-Imagem, Galeria do Lago / Museu da Republica, Rio de Janeiro, a cura di Daniella Geo
Invisible Masterpiece, Pei Ling Chan Gallery at Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, a cura di Erin Dziedzic
Active Anesthesia, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milano
2006
Shin il Kim, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin
ARKO Art Center-Arts Council Korea, Seoul
2005
Inbetween, Saltworks Gallery, Atlanta
Ilju ArtHouse, Seoul
2004
Insa Art Space-the Korean Culture and Arts Foundation, Seoul
2002
Video Works, Saltworks Gallery, Atlanta


Mostre collettive

2017 
Your Hand, My Heart, Gallery Simon, Seoul, Korea 
AQUA Contemporary Artists and Water Issues, Château de Pentes, Geneva - SESC Belenzinho, Sao Paulo, edited by Adelina von Fürstenber
2016
Observing that gap, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milano
2015
Active Anesthesia, SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia, USA
In Between, Seeing Gallery Simon, Seoul
2014
Ready-known, Space Cottonseed, Singapore
2012
Object, Seeing, Gallery Simon, Seoul
2011
Bad Romanticism, ARKo art center, Seoul
Shin il Kim, Kim Chong Yung Sculpture Museum, Seoul
2010
Into, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milano
2009
Gana Art Gallery, Project Room, New York
2008
Decoded Love, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, New York
Video Lounge Show, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, a cura di Yukie Kamiya
2007
Imagem Nao-Imagem, Galeria do Lago / Museu da Republica, Rio de Janeiro, a cura di Daniella Geo
Invisible Masterpiece, Pei Ling Chan Gallery at Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, a cura di Erin Dziedzic
Active Anesthesia, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milano
2006
Shin il Kim, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin
ARKO Art Center-Arts Council Korea, Seoul
2005
Inbetween, Saltworks Gallery, Atlanta
Ilju ArtHouse, Seoul
2004
Insa Art Space-the Korean Culture and Arts Foundation, Seoul
2002
Video Works, Saltworks Gallery, Atlanta


Collezioni

Arte Y Naturaleza, Spain
e-flux, EVR (e-flux video rental)
Queens Museum of Art, New York
New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, ALTOIDS Curiously Strong Collection
Arts Council Korea
Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art, Korea
Morgan Stanley, Seoul Korea
Private Collections
 




Pubblicazioni

2010
Artasiapacific Contemporary Visual Culture, Issue 69
2008
Artforum, review written by Paola Noè, February
2007
Flash Art International, Italian Landscape-“Seeing the Invisible”, written by Samuele Menin, March and April
Flash Art Italy, Vedere L’invisible, written by Samuele Menin, February and March 2007
2006
Art Asia Pacific Magazine, Artists on Spirituality, winter 2006, no. 51, New York
The Substation Magazine, posted October 12, ‘The Ministry of the Mob in Shin il Kim’s The Transubstantiation’, written by Eliza Tan, Singapore
JoongAng Newspaper, September 8, culture article written by Jae-Suk Chung reporter, Seoul
The Jakarta Post, Singapore hit by first-ever Biennale, September 10, Contributor Carla Bianpoen, Indonesia
Frankurter Allgemeine Zeitung, review written by Christoph Schuette, June 23, Frankfurt
Art in Culture Magazine, review written by art historian and critic Tae-Mahn Choi, April, Seoul
Radio Interview with Barbara Wiegand, broadcasted on February 01 at Channel 93.1, Galerie Rundgang, Berlin
2005
Art Asia Pacific, Breaking the 4th Wall: Hors Cadrage, review written by Shinyoung Chung, N.45, Summer, New York
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, ‘An Original, witty take on perception, reality’, written by Catherine Fox, May 01, Atlanta
Creative Loafing, ‘I see, therefore I am’, review written by Felicia Feaster, May
Art in Culture Magazine, review written by Curator Suhjung Hur, March, Seoul, Korea
WHO Magazine, review written by Sena Park, March, Seoul, Korea
2004
Art Nexus, No.5 Volume 3, AIM 24-review written by Julia P. Herzberg, New York
Art in Culture Magazine, review written by Curator Sun Hee Jang, May, Seoul, Korea
The New York Times, ‘A Chance to fill up on visual treats’ review written by Benjamin Genocchio, April 25, New York
Auditorium Magazine, art article written by Young Wan Park, April, Seoul
Newsday, ‘Profile-Shin il Kim’ written by Sheila McKenna, March 02, New York
2003
Interview, NY1, ‘Artist-In-Residency Program, Formerly Housed In WTC, Finds New Home’, broadcasted on June 24 & 25, 2003, New York
Art Paper, reviews written by Diana McClintock, March/April
2002
Creative Loafing, ‘Self-Examination’, review written by Felicia Feaster, October
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, ‘Images speak to personal, world views’, review written by Jerry Cullum, October, Atlanta