Lot 215 - Minyoung Choi - Eyes
Lot 215 - Minyoung Choi - Eyes
Lot 215 - Minyoung Choi - Eyes
Lot 215 - Minyoung Choi - Eyes

Lot 215 - Minyoung Choi - Eyes

Watercolour on Paper

A6 (10 x 15cm) Original Artwork

Signed on verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About  

 

1989. Born in Seoul, South Korea. Lives and works in London, UK. 

 

Education  

 

2015 - 2017 MFA Painting, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, London. 
2011 - 2013 MFA Painting, Graduate School, Seoul National University, Seoul. 
2007 - 2010 BFA Painting, College of Fine Arts, Seoul National University, Seoul. 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

2021 Things That Happen When We Are Not Looking, Solo Show, Lychee One, London. 
2021 IN CONVERSATION: Part II, Duo Show with Mircea Teleagă, curated by bo.lee Gallery, Copeland Gallery, London. 
2020 Antisocial Isolation, Saatchi Gallery, curated by Delphian Gallery, London. 
2020 Summer Exhibition 2020, Royal Academy of Arts, London. 
2020 Rooms, Subsidiary Projects, London. 
2019 MINYOUNG CHOI, Solo Show, Andelli Art Gallery, Wells, Somerset. 
2017 On Water Under Snow, Solo Show, Art in the Bar, Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff, Wales. 
2017 Avanzamos / Volvemos, Solo Show, Olvera Contemporary Art Centre, Olvera, Spain. 
Awards 
2019 - Finalist - The RBA Rising Stars 
2018 - Winner - Wells Art Contemporary Award- Next Generation Art Prize 
2018 - Shortlist - The Beep 2018 Biennial International Painting Prize 
2018 - Finalist - The Gilchrist-Fisher Award 
2018 - Shortlist - The Dentons Art Prize 
2017 - Finalist - The Chadwell Award 

 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork 

 

I primarily work in oil but watercolour is also an essential part of my practice. In my work I am mainly interested in the subtle surrealism of everyday life. I am usually attracted by animals and creatures that I encounter and I enjoy observing their behavior which eventually finds its way into my work. 

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