Heemin CHUNG(b.1987) pays attention to the characteristics of the images produced in the digital environment and culture, and the way of experiencing them. She strives to explore the meaning of painting and how it relates with the unfamiliar sensations in the new circumstance. CHUNG received her BFA in painting from Hongik University and MFA from Korea National University of Arts. She held her first solo exhibition at Project Space Sarubia Dabang in 2016 and her works in group exhibitions have been presented at venues including National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea, Visual Audio Pavilion, Kumho Museum of Art, HITE Collection, Korean Cultural Center in Hong Kong, Archive Bomm, Post Territory Ujeongguk and more. She is one of the current artists-in-residence at Incheon Art Platform 2019.

Solo Exhibitions

2019 On Vacation, Incheon Art Plaform Window Gallery, Incheon
2019 An Angle Whispers, P21, Seoul 
2018 UTC -7:00 JUN 3PM, On the Table, Kumho Museum of Art, Seoul
2016 Yesterday's Blues, Project Space Sarubia Dabang, Seoul

Group Exhibitions

2020 The Parallel Universes of Prufrock,      Rainbowcube, Seoul
2019 The Best World Possible, Platform L, Seoul
2019 Psychedelic Nature, Boan 1942, Seoul
2019 Young Korean Artists 2019 : Glass Liquid Sea, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon
2019 Tarte, Audio Visual Pavillion, Seoul
2018 Allover, Hite Collection, Seoul
2018 Gray Navy Black, Korean Cultural Center in Hongkong, Hongkong
2018 Eve, Samyuk Building, Seoul
2018 Subscale, Gallery Lux, Seoul
2017 Sticky Forever, Keep in Touch, Seoul
2017 Snow Screen, Archive Bomm, Seoul
2016 Behold, I Will, Interaction, Seoul
2015 Visitor Q, Post Territory Ujeongguk, Seoul


2020 Sindoh Artist Support Program, SINAP
2020 MMCA Residency Goyang, Gyungido
2019 Incheon Art Platform, Incheon
2018 K’arts Studio, Korea National Univerity of Arts
2017 Seoul Young Artist Group, Seoul Metropolitan Government
2017 Beginners Project, Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture


2019 An Angel Whispers, P21
2017 KittyDecadence, URSULAPress
2017 A Hundred and One Nights and Days(and the Voices), URSULAPress


Artbank, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea
Kumho Museum of Art, Korea