ESTATE OF
YUN HYONG-KEUN


20세기 후반 한국의 현대미술을 대표하는 작가 윤형근(b.1928-2007)은 1970년대부터 주로 암갈색(umber)과 청색(blue)을 사용한 연작을 선보이며 한국 단색화의 흐름을 주도해왔다. 한지 혹은 캔버스 위로 스며든 수직, 수평의 굵은 획은 형상을 배제한 채 Umber-Blue 안료의 물성을 강하게 노출시킨다. 특히 자연스럽고도 우연적인 효과를 불러일으키는 물감의 번짐효과는 수묵화의 기법과도 비견되며 사색과 명상을 추구하는 동양적 감수성을 오롯이 드러낸다. 그는 홍익대학교에서 서양화를 전공하였으며, Strasbourg Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, 토탈미술관, 아트선재미술관, 부산 시립미술관 등지에서 개인전을 개최하였다. 작품은 Marfa Chinati Foundation(Texas), Tokyo Museum of Art, 국립현대미술관, 호암미술관, 홍익대학교미술관, 경원대학교미술관 등에 소장되어 있다.


Born in 1928
Died in 2007

Education
1957 Bachelor Degree of Fine Arts in Painting, College of Fine Arts and Design, Hongik University, Seoul, Korea


Selected Solo Exhibitions

2017
PKM Gallery, Seoul, Korea
David Zwirner, New York, NY, USA

2016
Simon Lee Gallery, London, United Kingdom
Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium

2015
Blum & Poe Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Gallery Yamaguchi, Osaka, Japan
PKM Gallery, Seoul, Korea

2007
Johyun Gallery, Busan, Korea
Wellside Gallery, Seoul, Korea

2006
Galerie Jean Brolly, Paris, France

2003
Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea
Gallery Shilla, Daegu, Korea

2002
Strasbourg Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Strasbourg, France
Galerie Jean Brolly, Paris, France
Johyun Gallery, Busan, Korea
Gallery Ihn, Seoul, Korea

2001
Art Sonje Museum, Gyeongju, Korea
Bibi Gallery, Daejeon, Korea
Gallery Yamaguchi, Osaka, Japan

1999
Johyun Gallery, Busan, Korea
Gallery Shilla, Daegu, Korea
Rho Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1997
Stiftung für Konkrete Kunst, Reutlingen, Germany

1996
Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea

1994
Yein Gallary, Masan, Korea
The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, TX, USA
Galerie Bhak, Seoul, Korea
Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea

1993
Locks Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, USA
Donald Judd Foundation, New York, NY, USA

1992
Gallery Yamaguchi, Osaka, Japan
Suzukawa Gallery, Hiroshima, Japan

1991
Inkong Gallery, Seoul, Korea
J&C Gallery, Seoul, Korea
Galerie Humanite, Nagoya, Japan

1990
Gallery Ueda, Tokyo, Japan

1989
Galerie Humanite, Nagoya, Japan
Gallery Yamaguchi, Osaka, Japan
Suzukawa Gallery, Hiroshima, Japan
Inkong Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1987
Gallery Soo, Seoul, Korea
Inkong Gallery, Daegu, Korea
INAX Gallery, Osaka, Japan

1986
Inkong Gallery, Daegu, Korea
INAX Gallery, Osaka, Japan

1982
KwanHoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1981
Association Villa Corot 25 Ateliers, Paris, France

1980
KwanHoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1978
Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1977
Seoul Gallery, Seoul, Korea
Space Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1976
Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1975-6
MunHeon Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1973-4
Myongdong Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1966
Press Center Gallery, Seoul, Korea


Selected Group Exhibitions

2017
“Rhythm in Monochrome Korean Abstract Painting,” Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
“The Ascetic Path: Korean DANSAEKHWA,” The Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art,
Saint Petersburg, Russia
“His Friends, 7080,” Kim Tschang Yeul Museum, Jeju, Korea
“8 Korean masters,” Wellside Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Paper,” Gallery Date, Busan, Korea
“Buried Lines: Yun Hyong-keun&Kim Teak- Sang,” Wellside Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“INTUITION,” Palazzo Fortuny, Venice, Italy
“Looking into Korean Art. Part 2 : Dansaekhwa,” Museum SAN, Wonju, Korea
“The Art of DANSAEKHWA,” Gallery Date, Busan, Korea
“Thinking Out Loud: Notes for an Evolving Collection,” The Warehouse, TX, USA

2016
“Seoul Paris Seoul,” Musée Cernuschi, Paris, France
“New Beginnings: Between Gesture and Geometry,” The George Economou Collection, Athens, Greece
“The legend of Yeobaek,” (Inaugural exhibition), Cheongju Museum of Art, Cheongju, Korea
“Korean Modern and Contemporary Western Art,” Hyunin Gallery, Jeju, Korea
“11 Korean Modern and Contemporary Artists,” Gallery Rho, Seoul, Korea
“Korean Abstract Art: Early Works,” Waldorf Astoria New York, NY, USA
“Korean art special exhibition,” Ulsan culture art center, Ulsan, Korea
“Dansaekhwa and Minimalism,” Blum & Poe Gallery, New York, NY, USA
“Dansaekhwa Korean Abstract Art,” Wellside Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Embracing: Yun Hyong-keun with Chusa and Donald Judd,” PKM Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“PAPER,” Johyun Gallery, Busan, Korea
“KM : Korea – Morbihan 9346 : Nombre de kilomètres entre la Corée et le Morbihan,” 
Domain de Kerguehennec , Bignan, France
“The National Network of Municipal Art Museums Special Exhibition of Ha Jung-woong Collection of Prayers,” Daejeon Museum of Art, Daejeon, Korea
“Dansaekhwa and Minimalism,” Blum & Poe Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, USA

2015
“Dansaekhwa: 5 masters,” Rho Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Proportio,” Palazzo Contarini Polignac, Venice, Italy
“Hyuninn Collection Special,” Hyuninn Gallery, JeJu, Korea
“A table of Korean Contemporary ArtⅡ: Dansaekhwa,” Leeahn Gallery, Daegu, Korea
“Accompanying of the Century, Accompanying of Art with History- Encounter of the Century with Master Artists,” Daejeon Museum of Art, Daejeon, Korea
“MMCA collection highlights: Untitled,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
“Korean Abstract Painting- 45th Anniversary of Gallery Hyundai,” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea
“Wellside Gallery Collection,” Wellside Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“White Echoes- The Sensibility of Hanji and Contemporary Art,” Museum SAN Cheong-jo Gallery, Wonju, Korea

2014
“Empty Fullness: Materiality and Spirituality in Contemporary Korean Art,” Korean Cultural Cent er, Beijing, China; travelled to SPSI Art Museum, Shanghai, China; Koreanisches Kulturzentrum, Berlin, Germany; National Museum, Jakarta, Indonesia
“From All Sides: Dansaekwha on Abstraction,” Blum & Poe Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, USA
“The Art of Dansaekhwa,” Kukje Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Beyond & Between,” Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
“Looking Back of Korean Art History,” Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art, Ansan, Korea
“Overcoming the Modern Dansaekhwa: The Korean Monochrome Movement,” Alexander Gray Associates, New York, NY, USA
“The Artistic Spirit of Modern Artists on Paper,” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea
“Working with Nature contemporary art from Korea,” Johyun Gallery, Busan, Korea
“Painting not Painting,” Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Korean Modern and Contemporary Abstract Art- Silent Resonance,” Hilton Hotel GyeongJu Wooyang Museum of Contemporary Art, GyeongJu, Korea

2013
“The Feast of Masters,” Indi Press, Busan, Korea
“Contemporary Korean art: dansaekhwa and the urgency or method,” Wellside Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“The Private collection of Lee Yil,” Choi Jung Ah Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Scenes vs Scenes,” Buk Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
“Writing Becomes Painting,” POSCO Art Museum, Seoul, Korea
“Closer to Contemporary ArtⅡ: Abstract Art is Real,” Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art,
Ansan, Korea
“Contemporary Art in Textbook,” Goyang Oulim Nuri Arts Center, Goyang, Korea

2012
“New Acquisitions 2011,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
“Modern Artists of Korea,” Jean Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Mapping the Realities: Korean art in the 1970s-80s from the SeMA collection,” Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
“Korean Art from the Museum Collection: Grand-Narrative Part I,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
“Korean Art 100 Years,” Ulsan Culture Art Center, Ulsan, Korea
“Working with Nature,” Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Dansaekhwa: Korean Monochrome Painting,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea; Jeonbuk Museum of Art, Wanju, Korea

2011
“Korean Abstract Painting: 10 Perspectives,” Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
“Masterpieces' Exhibition in Autumn: Collections in National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art,” Jeonbuk Museum of Art, Jeonbuk, Korea
“Korean Modern Masters,” Ulsan Culture Art Center, Ulsan, Korea
“Qi is Full-Section 1: Drawing Yi,” Daegu Art Museum, Daegu, Korea
“Since 1950 - South Korea's Contemporary Art Overseas Development and the Phase,” Daljin Museum, Seoul, Korea
“Abstract it!,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea
“Korea Contemporary Art Festival (KCAF) 2011,” Hangaram Art Museum, Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea

2010
“Kim Jeonghui, Yun Hyeongkeun, Choi Myoungyoung,” Gonggan purple, Kyunggi, Korea
“2010 In the Midst of the Korean Contemporary Art,” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea
“Sun Gallery 33th Anniversary Exhibition,” Sun Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Art for you,” Leeahn Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Let’s Imagine,” Gallery Bundo, Daegu, Korea
“Collection,” Gallery Shilla, Daegu, Korea

2009
“Collection,” Gallery Shilla, Daegu, Korea
“Two Dialogues: Yun Hyong-keun and Donald Judd,” Johyun Gallery, Seoul, Korea

2008
“Best Collection Show,” Galerie Bhak, Seoul, Korea
“Minimalism in Asia is not Minimalism,” Gallery A Story, Seoul, Korea
“Korean Abstract Painting 1958-2008,” Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea

2007
“Multiple Art Lovers,” Gallery M, Seoul, Korea
“Abstract art, amusement on the borders,” Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
“A table of Korean contemporary art,” Leeahn Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Korean Contemporary Art 100 Artists: 1970-2007,” Korea Art Center, Busan, Korea

2006
“Cheong dam Art Fair 2006,” Seoul, Korea
“Collection,” Gallery Shilla, Daegu, Korea
“Masters and Leading Artists of Korean,” Lee Hwaik Gallery, Seoul, Korea

2005
“DAS KOREANISCHE MONOCHROM,” Galerie Dorothea van der Koelen, Mainz, Germany
“From Modern to Contemporary,” Space Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“The 35th Anniversary Exhibition,” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea
“Korean Abstract Painting,” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea

2004
“Monochrome Paintings of Korea, Past and Present,” Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea

2003
“Small Painting,” Galerie Bhak, Seoul, Korea
“Gathering of 20 Years,” Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Korea Japan Contemporary Art 2003,” Jean Art Center, Seoul, Korea
“Traditional & Innovation,” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea
“Drawing: Its New Horizons,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea
“Yun Hyong-keun, Kim Tschang-Yeul, Suh Se-ok,“ Lee Hwaik Gallery, Seoul, Korea

2002
“Appreciation of Abstract Paintings,” Sungkok Art Museum, Seoul, Korea
“Korean Contemporary Art from the 1970’s to Mid-1980’s, Age of Philosophy and Aesthetic,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
“Aesthetic of 70’s Plane, hidden by Monotone,” Hanwon Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
“30th Anniversary of Jean Art Gallery,” Jean Art Gallery, Jean Art Center, Seoul, Korea
“Minimal Maximal 1990',” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea

2001
“Development of Korean Contemporary Art 1970-1990,” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea
“Yun Hyong-keun, Sim MoonSup,” Art Sonje Museum, Gyeongju, Korea
“Work 2011,” Gana Art Center, Seoul, Korea
“A Shadow of Myo-Oh,” Gallery art Sagan, Seoul, Korea
“Minimum Words,” Gallery Seohwa, Seoul, Korea
“Art in Life.” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea

2000
“12 Contemporary Artists 2000,” Sun Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“The Facet of Korean and Japanese Contemporary Art,” Special Exhibition at Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, Korea
“What is so of itself,” POSCO Art Museum, Seoul, Korea
“A Passage for New Millennium: Korean of Overseas Exhibitions, 1990-99,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
“Plane as Spirits,” Busan Museum of Art, Busan, Korea

1999
“Korean Art of 50 Years : 1950-1990,” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea
“Mini art Market,” Rho Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1998
“25 Korean Contemporary Artists,” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea
“1998 Collection Show,” Jean Gallery Seoul, Korea
“Les Peintres du Silence,” Musee du Chateau des Ducs de Wurtemberg, Montbeliard, France

1997
“The Permanent Collections,” The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, TX, USA

1996
“The Permanent Collections,” The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, TX, USA
“Spirit of Korean Abstract Painting,” Ho-Am Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“70s Korean Monochrome,” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea
“Namboo International Contemporary Art Festival 1996,” Changwon, Korea

1995
“52 Artists among Home and broad,” Hyundai Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Korean Nature: Meditation-Expression,” Park Ryu Sook Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Venice Biennale 1995, Korean Pavilion, Venice, Italy
“Dot Seom Biennale,” Masan, Korea
“The Spirit of Abstract Art,” Ho-Am Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1994
“Seoul International Contemporary Art Festival,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
“4 Contemporary Artists of Korea: Chung Chang-Sub, Yun Hyong-keun, Park seo-Bo,
Lee Kang-So,” Sigong Gallery, Daegu, Korea

1993-4
“The Seoul Art Exhibition,” Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea

1993
“Works of Peace: 111 Artists,” Galerie Bhak, Seoul, Korea
“12 Contemporary Artists from Korea,” The Miyagi Museum of Art, Sendai, Japan

1992
“Kim Tschang-Yeul, Park Seo Bo, Yun Hyong-keun, Chung Sang-hwa, Chung Chang-sup, Ha Chong-Hyun,” InKong Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Working with Nature- Traditional Thoughts in Contemporary Art from Korea,” Tate Gallery, Liverpool, UK
“Korean Contemporary Art 1992,” Shimonoseki City Art Museum & Niigata City Art Museum & Kasama Nichido Museum of Art Foundation & Mie Prefectural Art Museum, Japan

1991
“Chung Chang-Sub, Yun Hyong-Keun, Kim Chang-Yuel, Park Seo-Bo, Lee, U-Fan, Lee Kang-So,” Nabis Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Today’s 9 Artists,” Jean Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“A Grouping for the Identitiy of Korean Contemporary Art(3), Hanwon Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“A Grouping for the Identity of Korean Contemporary Art(2),” Hanwon Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Contemporary Korean Painting,” Muzejski Prostor, Zagreb, Croatia; travelled to Cankarjeoom, Ljubljan, Slovenia and Herzegovina; Artisticum Collegium, Sarajevo 'Galerja Cvjeta Zuzoric, Beograd, Serbiz
“Inaugural Exhibition of Korean Contemporary Art,” Art Sonje Museum, Gyeongju, Korea
“25 Contemporary Artists from Korea,” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea

1990
“The Invitation Exhibition For Modern Fine Arts,” National Museum of Modern and
Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
“The 15th Ecole de Seoul,” Kwan-Hoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1989
“Hiroshima Consignment Work ‘Theme Hiroshima’,” Hiroshima City Museum Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan
“The 14th Ecole de Seoul,” Kwan-Hoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1988
“Modernism in the Korean Contemporary Art Scene; 1970-79,” Hyundai Department Store Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Olympiad of Art: The International Contemporary Painting,” Sponsored by Seoul OOC, Organized by National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
“The 13th Ecole de Seoul,” Kwan-Hoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“In Celebration of Lee Kyung Sung's 70th Birthday,” Ho-Am Art Museum, Seoul, Korea
“Seoul Contemporary Art Festival,” Art Center Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Korean Modern Painting in the 70's,” Walker Hill Art Center, Seoul, Korea
“Korean 4 Artists,” Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

1987
“Black and White in Korean Art Today,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary art, Gwacheon, Korea
“’87 Seoul Art Exhibition,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
“Contemporary Art Festival 87’,” The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Seoul
“Korean Contemporary 4 Artists,” Laboratory Gallery, Sapporo, Japan
“The 12th Ecole de Seoul,” Kwan-Hoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1986
“Paper + Pencil= Drawings of 13 Artists,” Soo Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“ ’86 Seoul Contemporary Asian Art Shows,” Sponsored by Asian Games Organizing Committee, Organized by National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
“Korea Art Today,” The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
“Exposition: Seoul-Paris,” Press Center Gallery, Seoul; Centre National des Arts Plastique, Paris, France “
“1986 Seoul-Asia Contemporay Art Exhibition,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary, Seoul, Korea
“Past and Present: Korean Antiques and Contemporary Arts 'Works on Paper',” Sponsored by Oritsukasa Co. Ltd., Kamakuramikura Bldg., Kyoto, Japan
“The 11th Ecole de Seoul,” Kwan-Hoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1985
“Modern Art from the Past 40 Years: In Commemoration of Korean Independence Day,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary, , Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea
“Human Documents '84/85,” Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
“Contemporary Korean Paper Art,” Organized by Central Washington University, Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, Ellensburg, WA, USA
“6 Artists: The Paper above the Horizon,” Yoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Minimal & Maximal,” Hu Gallery, Jean Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“ASPACAE '85 (Asian Pacific Conference on Arts Education),” WISMA MCA, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
“Korean-Western Painting of 70's,” Ho-Am Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1984
“The Returning Exhibition of Korean Contemporary Arts Exhibition: The Latter Half of The 70's: An Aspect,” Sponsored by Korea Culture and Arts Foundation, Fine Art Center Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“23 Artists of Today,” Organized by Joong Ang Daily News, Dongbang Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Korea Contemporary Fine Art Exhibition: The Stream of the ‘70s,” Taipei, Taiwan
“The 9th Ecole de Seoul,” Kwan-Hoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1983-5
“Invitation Exhibition of Contemporary Art,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, , Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea
“Korea Contemporary 100 Artists,” Organized by Seoul Press Group, Seoul Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1983
“Korean Contemporary Arts Exhibition: The Latter half of the 70's: An Aspect,” Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo; travelled to Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Tochigi; The National Museum of Art, Osaka; Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Hokkaido; and Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan
“Korea: Work of 7 Contemporary Artist,” Jean Art Gallery, Seoul

1982-3
“Works on Paper in Korea and Japan,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, , Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea; travelled to Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto; The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama; and Kumamoto Traditional Crafts Center, Kumamoto, Japan
“Contemporary Korean Paper Art,” Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, US

1981
“Korean Contemporary Artists Drawing Exhibition,”, Art Core Center, LA, USA; Dongsanbang Gallery Seoul, Korea
“Korean Contemporary Art Phase,” Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan
“The 6th Ecole de Seoul,” Kwan-Hoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1980
“Asia Contemporary Art Festival PartⅡ,” Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan
“Print and Drawing,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea
“36 Contemporary Artist ’80,” Kwan-Hoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1979
“Korean Contemporary Art Today’s Methods,” Korea Culture and Arts Foundation Art Center, Seoul, Korea
“Work on Paper,” Jean Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Korean Contemporary: Arts Unique Method of 4 Artists,” Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea
“The 5th Ecole de Seoul,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea”

1978
“The 4th Triennale India,” New Delhi, India
“The 5th Korean Fine Art Grand-Prix Exhibition,” held by Hankook Press Group, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea
“Second Rencontres Internationales D'Art Contemporain, Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Paris, France
“Korea: The Trend for the Past 20 Years of Contemporary Art,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea
“Work on Paper” Kyunji Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“The 4th Ecole de Seoul,” Kwan-Hoon Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1977
“Korea: Contemporary 10 Artists,” Korea UNESCO Center, Seoul, Korea
“Korean Contemporary Paintings,” Taipei National Ancient Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
“Korea: Facet of Contemporary Art,” Tokyo Central Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
“Korean Western Paintings Grand Exhibition,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea
“Korean Contemporary 6 Artists,” Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo and Galerie Beaux-Art, Nagoya, Japan
“Korean Contemporary 5 Artists,” Lee Gallery, Daegu, Korea
“The 3rd Ecole de Seoul,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea

1976
“Invited Exhibition of 7 Korean Contemporary,” Daegu Department Store, Daegu, Korea
“Invited Exhibition of 100 Western Paintings,” Moon-Hwa Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“Korean Contemporary 3 Artists,” Lee Gallery, Busan, Korea
The 8th Cagnes International Painting Festival, Cagnes sur Mer, France
“Korean Contemporary 5 Artists,” Seoul Gallery, Seoul, Korea
“The 2nd Ecole de Seoul,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea

1975-86
“Seoul Contemporary Art Festival,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea

1975
“The 13th Sao Paulo Biennale,” Sao Paulo National Contemporary Art Museum, Sao Paulo, Brazil
“The 1st Seoul Contemporary Art Show,” Fine Art Center, Seoul, Korea

1974-79
“Independents,” National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Deoksugung, Seoul, Korea

1974
“Seoul 7 Artists,” Han Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1973
“Exhibition of 13 Contemporary Artists from Seoul,” Gallery Signum, Kyoto, Japan
“Exhibition of Korean Contemporary Art 1957-1972, Abstraction – Situation,” Myong-Dong Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1969
“Sao Paulo Biennale 1969,” Sao Paulo National Contemporary Art Museum, Sao Paulo, Brazil

1964
“Celebration of Tokyo Olympic Exhibition,” Organized by the Ministry of Culture, Seoul, Korea

1963
“Korean Contemporary Artists Exhibition,” held by Hankook Press Group, Press Center Gallery, Seoul, Korea

1961-63
“Group of Engagement,” Information Center Gallery, Seoul, Korea


Public Collection

National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea
Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
Ho-Am Art Museum, Yongin, Korea
Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
Gwangju Museum of Art, Gwangju, Korea
Daegu Art Museum, Daegu, Korea
Museum of Art, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
Hongik Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
Gacheon University, Seongnam, Korea
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan
Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art, Kitakyushu, Japan Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima, Japan Mie Prefectural Art Museum, Mie, Japan
Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca, NY, USA
The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas, USA
Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, IL, USA
Glenstone Museum, Potomac, MD, USA
Stiftung für Konkrete Kunst, Reutlingen, Germany
Gorge Economu Collection, Athens, Greece
M+ Museum, Hong Kong, China