Yunho Kim received his MFA and BFA in Photography from the Chungang University and completed an associate research studentship from Goldsmith College in 2005. Kim works primarily in video, photography and installation. Via his explorations of photography and video, the artist continues to observe and comment on daily social practices and customs. The artist’s work can be considered, in a way, a continuation of the initial work done by German photographers in their exploration of photographic typologies. Kim’s work traverses different cultures and places where he collects various images and classifies them in order to further these typologies.Read More
Born in 1971 in Hamyang, South Korea, the artist currently lives and works in Seoul. He has participated in prestigious residencies including: Mongin Art Space Residency; Changdon Art Studio (National Museum of Contemporary Art); and Kunstlerhaus Bethanien Residency Program (Berlin). Select group and solo exhibitions include Chaotic Harmony at the Museum of Fine Arts (Houston), Mongin Art Space, the Nam June Paik Center, the Young Artist Showcase at the National Museum of Contemporary Art and the Arko Art Center.