JooLee Kang

  • JooLee Kang
  • JooLee Kang
  • JooLee Kang
JooLee Kang focuses on change of ecological environment, transition of living organism, and evolution, created inevitably, to survive together. She interprets complicated interaction between human and nature in various perspectives, asks for understanding and consideration of our possibility and dignity through drawing and mixed installation. JooLee Kang graduated from Tufts University-School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Duksung Women’s University, and held solo exhibitions at Gallery NAGA (USA, 2020, 17, 14), Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art (Korea, 2018), Gallery Chosun (Korea, 2018), and Korean Cultural Center in Spain (Spain, 2018). She also participated in group exhibitions at Seoul Museum of Art-SeMA Storage (Korea, 2020), Amorepacific H.Q. (Korea, 2019), Newport Art Museum (USA, 2019), Suwon Ipark Museum of Art (Korea, 2018), Fitchburg Art Museum (USA, 2018), and Taipei Fine Arts Museum (Taiwan, 2017). She is actively working in both USA and Korea.
Career / Prize
MFA Tufts University-School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA
BFA Duksung Women's University, Seoul, Korea

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2020 Cultivated, Gallery NAGA, Boston, USA
2018 The Desire to be Desired, Gallery Chosun, Seoul, Korea
2018 Twisted Nature, Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art, Ansan, Korea
2018 Blue on Blue, Centro Cultural Coreano en Espana, Madrid, Spain
2017 Experimental Stage, Chengju Art Studio, Cheongju, Korea
2014 Unnaturally Beautiful, Museum of Art, Univ. of New Hampshire, USA

Selected Group Exhibitions & Projects*
2020 Unpeaceful Body-Transplanted Life, Seoul Museum of Art-SeMA Storage, Seoul, Korea
2020 Changwon Sculpture Biennale Special Exhibition 2, Seongsan Art Hall, Changwon, Korea
2019 Sulwha Cultural Exhibition, Amorepacific H.Q., Seoul, Korea
2018 Of Nature, Suwon Ipark Museum of Art, Suwon, Korea
2018 Blue on Blue, Transit Gallery, Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA*
2017 Arena, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei,Taiwan