Shinyoungpark
  • Shin-young Park
  • Artist Story
  • Shin-young Park is a Korean-born New Zealander, who moved to Auckland in 1991 with her family. She completed Bachelor degree (1998) and Master degree (2003) in Fine Arts at the prestigious Elam School of Fine Art at the University of Auckland.

    After having several solo and group shows in Auckland, Park moved to Singapore in 2006. Park continues to showcase her print works through art galleries in Singapore including FOST gallery, Sun Jin gallery and Andrewshire gallery, and participates in several group shows, overseas exchange shows, art fairs, workshops and charity auctions. Park has won the “Iris Fisher Art Award (Best Contemporary)” in 2005 in Auckland and nominated as a “Most Outstanding Emerging Artist” in Art Singapore 2009.

    Her works were commissioned by Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Singapore (2008) and Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore (2010). She is also a member of Singapore Printmaking Society and a president of KAP (Korean Art Professionals in Singapore). She currently completed an Asia Pacific Artists Fellowship Program conducted by the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea.

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  • Singapore
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Artist CV

Shin-Young Park

EDUCATION QUALIFICATIONS
  • 2002-2003
  • Master of Fine Arts, Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland, New Zealand
  • Second Class Honours 1st Division
  • 1995-1998
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts, Elam School of Fine Arts, University of Auckland, New Zealand
  • 1991-1994
  • Lynfield College, Auckland, New Zealand
AWARD / RESIDENCY PROGRAM
  • 2012
  • ‘Asia Pacific Artists Fellowship Program’, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
  • 2009
  • ‘Most Outstanding Emerging Artist’ (New Finds), Art Singapore 2009, Singapore
  • 2005
  • ‘Iris Fisher Art Award’ (Best Contemporary Work Award Winner), Te tuhi Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
COMMISSION PROJECT / COLLECTION
  • 2012
  • The Residence of the Korean ambassador to Singapore, Singapore
  • 2010
  • The Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore
  • 2008
  • Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Singapore
  • 2002
  • The James Wallace Arts Trust James Wallace Arts Trust
WORKSHOP / LECTURE
  • 2012
  • ‘Sarong Making Workshop’, Chang Dong Art Studio, Seoul, Korea
  • ‘Sarong Making Workshop’, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea
  • 2011
  • ‘Artist Talk’, Lasalle College of Arts, Singapore
  • ‘Screen Print Workshop’, Goodman Arts Center, Singapore
  • 2004
  • ‘Screen Print Workshop’, Lynfield College, New Zealand
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS
Solo Exhibitions
  • 2012
  • ‘Label Me’, Space 15th, Seoul, Korea
  • 2005
  • ‘Contemporary’, Artspost, Hamilton
  • 2004
  • ‘Blind Nation’, Corban Estate Arts Centre, Auckland
  • ‘ing’, The Edge, Aotea Centre, Auckland
  • 2003
  • ‘The Year of the Goat’, Northart Gallery, Auckland
  • 2001
  • ‘The Year of the Snake’, Northart Gallery, Auckland
Group Exhibitions
  • 2013
  • ‘Panoramic Imprint’, Singapore Printmaking Society, The Substation, Singapore
  • ‘22nd Annual Wallace Art Awards 2013’ (finalist), TSB Bank Wallace Arts Centre, Auckland, New Zealand
  • ‘UNIFEM S.N.O.W 2013 Gala Benefit’, Capella, Singapore
  • ‘Near and Dear Objects’, 7 Adam gallery & Art on gallery, Singapore
  • 2012
  • ‘The Sovereign Asian Art Prize’ (20 Singapore finalist), Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
  • ‘R.E.D. (Reality Equals Dream)’, ION Art Gallery, Singapore
  • ‘Yeosu International Art Festival’, GS Caltex Yeul Maru, Yeosu, Korea
  • ‘UNIFEM S.N.O.W 2012 Gala Benefit’, Capella, Singapore
  • ‘Trace Back’, Chang Dong Art Studio, Seoul, Korea
  • 2011
  • ‘Chaos. Peace. Love. This is Harmony’, National Geographic Store, Vivo city, Singapore
  • ‘2nd Small Sculpture Show 2011’, Sculpture Square, Singapore
  • ‘UNIFEM S.N.O.W 2011 Gala Benefit’, Capella, Singapore
  • ‘Eye Pumping’, Goodman Arts Center, Singapore
  • 2010
  • ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’, [email protected], Singapore
  • ‘아시아 현대미술 (상상+공간)’, Chonnam Provincial Okgwa Museum, Korea
  • ‘Now and Next’, 한. 싱. 일 현대미술, Gwang Ju National Museum, Korea
  • ‘UNIFEM S.N.O.W 2010 Gala Benefit’, Capella, Singapore
  • ‘Dis/placement: 6’, Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore (ICAS), Singapore
  • ‘In Transition’, ION ART gallery, Singapore
  • 2009
  • ‘A Fresh Start’, Andrew Shire Gallery, Singapore
  • ‘Seoul International Print, Photo Art Fair’, Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea
  • ‘ART Singapore 2009’, Suntec City, Singapore
  • ‘Singapore International Art Fair 2009 (SIAF 2009)’, Singapore Expo, Singapore
  • ‘Trees of the World Light up’, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore
  • ‘Surface’, Singapore Printmaking Society Annual Exhibition, Singapore Tyler Print Institute, Singapore
  • 2008
  • ‘1 x 1 x 1’, FOST gallery, Singapore
  • ‘Proof V’, Singapore Printmaking Society Annual Exhibition, SG Private Banking Gallery, Singapore
  • ‘Sweetalicious’, Sunjin Gallery, Singapore
  • 2007
  • ‘1 x 1 x 1’, FOST gallery, Singapore
  • ‘Limited/Unlimited’, Singapore Printmaking Society Annual Exhibition, Singapore Tyler Print Institute
  • 2006
  • ‘1 x 1 x 1’, FOST gallery, Singapore
  • ‘Restricted 30’, Studio of Contemporary Art, Auckland
  • 2005
  • ‘Waikato National Art Award for Summer 2005’ (finalist), Hamilton
  • ‘New Dawn, New Day, New Year’, Northart Gallery, Auckland
  • 2004
  • ‘T-art’, Karangahape Road, Auckland
  • ‘Artworks at Hilton’, Auckland
  • ‘Trust Waikato National Contemporary Art Award 2004’ (finalist), Hamilton
  • ‘Lightbox Invitational’, Studio of Contemporary Art, Auckland
  • ‘History Now’, Te tuhi- the mark, Auckland
  • ‘Library’, Artigiano, Auckland
  • ‘ELAMination’, Auckland Koru Airport Lounge, Auckland
  • ‘Window Works Project and the Artists in Eden day’, Auckland
  • 2003
  • ‘The urban ARTHAUS scholarship’, Auckland
  • ‘T-art’, Karangahape Road, Auckland
  • ‘Artworks at Hilton’, Auckland
  • ‘138 hours’, George Fraser Gallery, Auckland
  • 2002
  • ‘Elam Students and Graduates’, Settlers Gallery, Silverdale
  • ‘Art goes Mainstreet’, Remuera Shopping Centre, Auckland
  • ‘Birkenhead Licensing Trust Art Award’ (finalist), Northart Gallery
  • ‘Diaspora’, Portfolio Gallery, Auckland
  • 2001
  • ‘Pin Ups- Invited NSC and Auckland Printmakers’, Northart Gallery, Auckland
  • 2000
  • ‘Fired Up’, Auckland Studio Potters Annual Exhibition
  • ‘Birkenhead Licensing Trust Art Award’ (finalist), Northart Gallery
  • 1999
  • ‘Elam Group Exhibition’, Fisher Gallery, Pakuranga
  • ‘Group print show’, George Fraser Gallery, Auckland
ART GRANTS
  • 2004
  • Asia 2000 Foundation of New Zealand for ‘ing’, The Edge, Aotea Centre, Auckland
  • 2003
  • North Shore City Council for ‘The Year of the Goat’, Northart Gallery, Auckland
  • 2002
  • North Shore City Council for ‘The Year of the Snake’, Northart Gallery, Auckland
REVIEWS AND TELEVISION APPEARANCES
  • 2012
  • OBS 경인방송, 생방송 OBS, ‘문화가산책’
  • Yonhap News, ‘Peoples; Artist Shin-young Park’
  • 2011
  • The Straits Times Singapore, ‘Artists show off different strokes’
  • 2010
  • The Straits Times Singapore, life!.arts, ‘All things Korean’
  • 광주일보, 한-싱가포르, ‘현대미술의 만남’
  • 2009
  • Singapore Art Gallery Guide, ‘Art Review’
  • Zao Bao Singapore, ‘韩 国 旅 新 女 子 用 艺 术 眼 看 新 加 坡‘
  • The Straits Times Singapore, ‘An hour @ the Museum’
  • 2004
  • Documentary New Zealand (TVNZ), ‘New Faces, Old Fears’
  • The Aucklander, ‘Monopoly on Laughter’
  • The National Business Review, ‘Leaf motif adds to bird’s eye view of land’
  • Asia Downunder (TVNZ), ‘A Korean kiwi artist who uses art as a weapon for positive change’
  • 2003
  • 60 Minutes (TV 3), ‘Culture Clash’
  • Northshore Times, ‘Multicultural events a Waitangi highlight’
  • 2002
  • National Business Review, ‘Asia influences four completely different artists- latest works’
  • Northshore Times, ‘Artwork reflects homeland’
WORK EXPERIENCES 2005
Event Co-ordinator- New Zealand Embassy, Seoul, Korea

1999-2005
Peter Collis Ceramic Studio- Apprentice, New Zealand

1999-2004
Personal art tutor, New Zealand

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