< Kang Kayeon
South Korea



When I was young, my bronchial tubes were weak, so there were many days when I was sick enough to undergo several major surgeries. So I usually did activities where I could sit alone, and that was reading books and drawing pictures.
Growing up, my health has recovered, and I am now healthy, but I have developed a hobby that I had at that time, got a doctorate in art, and I am also painting.
My academic knowledge is to inform future generations of the need for art, and my paintings are to empathize with many people of my contemporaries.


Lecturer of Fineart major at Dongguk University

2022 Doctor of FineArt, Dongguk University Graduate School of Art
2018 Master of FineArt, Dongguk University Graduate School of Art
2016 Bachelor of FineArt, Dongguk University College of Art

2022.07 Wolganmisool(monthly art magazine) UP-AND-COMING ARTIST

Solo Exhibition
2023 Non-existent Landscape / Gallery LaMer, Seoul
2022 Non-existent Landscape / Gallery Is, Seoul
2019 The Fluidity of Water / Sejong Gallery, Seoul
2018 The Fluidity of Water / Insa Art Space, Seoul

Group Exhibition
2023 Atro Mirae-ro New Year’s Special Exhibition / Gallery, Gyeonggi-do
2022 Incheon Asia Art Show Young Artist / Songdo Convensia, Incheon
2022 Nature Collection; Collected Nature (2-person exhibition) / Artspace KC, Seoul
2022 Plant Sympathy: Introducing Nature/ Icheon City Woljeon Art Museum, Gyeonggi-do
2020 3rd Zero Branch Exhibition / Instagram
2019 2nd Zero Branch Exhibition / Insa Art Gallery, Seoul
2018 Young Writers Oriented Chih-haeng/ Jeondeungsa Temple, Incheon
2018 First Zero Branch Exhibition / Insa Art Gallery, Seoul
2018 MENTOR-MENTEE Exhibition / Hanwon Museum of Art, Seoul
2017 8th Seoul Modern Art Show / Seoul Arts Center Hangaram Art Museum, Seoul
2017 Post-Review / Chosun Ilbo Museum of Art, Seoul


My artworks is an effort to expand the area, frequency, and limitations of communication in the relationship between humans and nature. It was confirmed that the problem of ‘coexistence between humans and nature,’ which is neither anthropocentrism nor naturalism, is a common problem to be aware not only by researchers but also modern persons who are living in the present.
Therefore, I intends to continue the message of the importance of diversifying nature through formative language through art research, analysis, and practice.