Bio
Born in Seoul, Korea
Lives and works in Guelph, Ontario
Represented by Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, Ontario
Education
2009
Master of Fine Arts, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario
2007
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, Alberta
1998
Bachelor of Arts in History, Sogang University, Seoul, Korea
Exhibitions
2017
"Bedlam & Balance", curated by Magda Gonzalez-Mora, Art Yard, Frenchtown, NJ, USA (group)
2016
"Tongues, Echoes", curated by Areum Kim, Access Gallery, Vancouver, BC (three person)
2016
"Counterpoint", Modern Fuel, Kingston, ON (solo)
2016
"Life Bearings", curated by Magda Gonzalez-Mora, Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, ON (group)
2016
"Ephemeral Frontiers", Design at Riverside, Cambridge, ON (three person)
2015
"Nothing Much", Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, ON (solo)
2015
"In the making", University of Saskatchewan College Art Gallery, SK (group)
2014
"Carte Blanche", DNA gallery, London, ON (group)
2014
"In the making", Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Calgary, AB (group)
2013
"Repeat", Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, ON (solo)
2013
"Procès", Optica, Montréal, Quebec (solo)
2013
"HYANG CHO, KEN NICOL with/and JOSEPH BEUYS: predisposed (…to thinking through the eye of mutual convenience)", curated by Ihor Holubizky, McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, ON (two person)
2012
"Letter Rip! Art, Words and Toronto", Onsite [at] OCAD University, Toronto, ON (group)
2012
"Information, Hyang Cho, Eleanor King, Mark Stebbins", OCAD University Graduate Gallery, Toronto, ON (three person)
2012
"Sediment", G Gallery, Toronto, ON (group)
2011
"being, thing, something", Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, ON (solo)
2011
"The Black and the White: An Allegory of Colour", 5th KWAG Biennial, curated by Robert Enright, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener-Waterloo, ON (group)
2011
"Permutations", Truck Gallery, Calgary, AB (two person)
2011
"Autofunction", curated by Derek Sullivan and Shane Krepakevich, G Gallery, Toronto, ON (group)
2010
"Some Deviation", Georgia Scherman Projects, Toronto, ON (solo)
2009
"That's How It Is", Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, Guelph, ON (solo)
2007
"Hit or Miss: An Exhibition of Contemporary Drawing", curated by Chris Cran and John Will, Triangle Gallery, Calgary, AB (group)
Bibliography
2016
In the Making, Exhibition Catalogue, essay by Nicole Burisch and Diana Sherlock, Alberta College of Art + Design
2016
Kim, Areum. "Tongues, Echoes", Exhibition Text. Access Gallery, Vancouver, BC. December 2016. Print
2016
DiRisio, Michael. “Hyang Cho: Counterpoint.” Exhibition Text. Modern Fuel, Kingston, ON. September 2016. Print.
2016
Predisposed To Thinking Through The Eye Of Mutual Convenience, Exhibition Catalogue, essay by Ihor Holubizky, McMaster Museum of Art
2015
Prata, Rosie. "Hyang Cho Gets Nothing Much Just Right", Canadian Art Online, November 24, 2015
2013
Bédard, Geneviève. "Procès." Exhibition Text. Optica, Montréal, QC. March 2013. Print.
2011
Beaulieu, Derek. "Permutations". Exhibition Text. Truck, Calgary, AB. January 2011. Print.
2010
Dault, Gary Michael. "Gallery Going:Hyang Cho at Georgia Scherman Projects", The Globe and Mail, Mar 5, 2010
2010
Sandals, Leah. "Monster Mania: Must Do - At The Galleries", National Post, Mar 13, 2010
Grants
2017
Canada Council for the Arts, Project Grant for Visual Artist
2016
Ontario Arts Council, Exhibition Assistance Grant
2016
Ontario Arts Council, Artist Project Grant
2015
Ontario Arts Council, Exhibition Assistance Grant
2014
Canada Council for the Arts, Project Grant for Visual Artist
2014
Ontario Arts Council, Artist Project Grant
2013
Ontario Arts Council, Exhibition Assistance Grant
2012
Ontario Arts Council, Artist Project Grant
Other Activities
2016
University of Lethbridge, Art Now visiting speakers, artist lecture
2016
Conversation with Curator Areum Kim, Access Gallery, Vancouver, BC
2016
Material Art Fair, Ed Video, Mexico City
2010
Theatre of Erosion or I Hate Work Which is Not a Play with Geoffrey Farmer, thematic residency, Banff Centre for the Arts, AB

I would like to acknowledge funding support from Canada Council for the Arts and Ontario Arts Council.

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