Hyong-Keun Yun

né en 1928 à Chung-puk Miwon en Corée. il est décédé en 2007

Expositions personnelles

2016

  • Passage of Time, Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Anvers

1966

  • Press Center, Séoul

1973-74

  • Myongdong Gallery, Séoul

1975

  • Munheon Gallery, Séoul (catalogue)

1976

  • Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo (catalogue)

1977

  • Seoul Gallery, , Séoul / Space Gallery, Séoul

1978

  • Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo

1980

  • Kwanhun Gallery, Séoul

1981

  • Association Villa Corot 25 Ateliers, Paris

1982

  • Kwanhun Gallery, Séoul

1986

  • INAX Gallery, Osaka (catalogue)
  • In-kong Gallery, Taegu, Corée

1987

  • INAX Gallery, Osaka
  • In-kong Gallery, Taegu
  • Soo Gallery, Séoul

1989

  • Suzukawa Gallery, Hiroshima (catalogue)
  • Gallery Yamaguchi, Osaka
  • Galerie Humanite, Nagoya
  • In-kong Gallery, Séoul (catalogue)

1989

  • Suzukawa Gallery, Hiroshima (catalogue*)
  • Gallery Yamaguchi, Osaka (catalogue*)
  • Galerie Humanite, Nagoya (catalogue*)

1990

  • Gallery Ueda SC, Tokyo

1992

  • In-kong Gallery, Séoul

1993

  • Locks Gallery, Philadelphie
  • Donald Judd Foundation, 101 Spring Street, New York

1994

  • The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas
  • Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Séoul
  • In-kong Gallery, Taegu, Corée

1996

  • Gallery Hyundai, Séoul

1997

  • Stiftung für konkrete Kunst, Reutlingen, Allemagne (catalogue)

1999

  • Gallery Rho, Séoul
  • Gallery Shilla, Taegu
  • Gallery Johyun, Busan

2001

  • Gallery Yamaguchi, Osaka
  • Artsonje Museum, Séoul (catalogue)
  • Gallery Bibi, Taejon, Corée

2002

  • Gallery Ihn, Séoul
  • Gallery Johyun, Busan
  • Galerie Jean Brolly, Paris (catalogue*)

2006

  • Galerie Jean Brolly, Paris

Expositions de groupe

1961

  • Groupe Engagement, Information Center Gallery, Séoul

1963

  • Korean Contemporary Artists Exhibition, Press Center Gallery (Han-guk Press Group), Séoul

1969

  • 10th Sao Paulo Biennale, Sao Paulo National contemporary Art Museum

1973

  • Contemporary Art’73, Myongdong Gallery, Séoul
  • Seoul = 13 Artists of contemporary Art, Signum Gallery, Kyoto

1974

  • Seoul 7 Artist’s Invited Exhibition, Han Gallery, Séoul
  • Independants, The National Museum of Modern Art, Séoul

1975

  • 13th Sao Paulo Biennale, Sao Paulo National contemporary Art Museum, Sao Paulo
  • Korean Contemporary Art Festival, Taegu, Pusan, Chonju
  • Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, The National Museum of Modern Art, Séoul

1976

  • 8th International Painting Festival, Cagnes Sur Mer, France
  • Korean Contemporary 5 Artists, Seoul Gallery, Séoul
  • Ecole de Séoul, The National Museum of Modern Art, Séoul

1977

  • Korean Contemporary 10 Artists, Sponsored by UNESCO, Korea UNESCO Center, Séoul
  • Korean Contemporary Paintings, Taipei National Ancient Museum, China
  • Korean Western Paintings Grand Exhibition, The National Museum of Modern Art, Séoul
  • Korea-Facet of Contemporary Art, Tokyo Central Museum, Tokyo
  • Korean Contemporary 6 Artists, Muramatsu Gallery, Tokyo / Tokyo Galerie Beaux-Arts, Nagoya

1978

  • Korea : The Trend for the Past 20 Years of Contemporary Art, The National Museum of Modern Art, Séoul
  • Works on Paper, Keonji Gallery, Séoul
  • Secondes Rencontres Internationales d’Art Contemporain, Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Paris
  • The 5th Korean fine Art Grand-Prix Exhibition, Han-guk Press Group, The National Museum of Modern Art, Séoul

1979

  • Korean Arts-Unique Methods of Today Fine Art, Art Center Gallery, Séoul
  • Works on Paper, Jean’s Art Gallery, Séoul
  • Korean Contemporary Arts-Unique Methods-Exhibit by 4 Artists, Hyundai Gallery, Séoul

1980

  • Print and Drawing, The National Museum of Modern Art, Séoul
  • Contemporary 37 Artists, Kwan-hun Gallery, Séoul
  • Asia Contemporary Art Festival Part II, Fukuoka, Japan

1981

  • Drawing Exhibition of Korean Contemporary Artists, Co-spon sored by Dongsanbang Gallery, Séoul and Art Core Gallery, Los Angeles
  • Korean Contemporary Art Phase, Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto

1982

  • Works on Paper in Korea and Japan, The National Museum of Modern Art, Séoul
  • Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto
  • The Museum of Modern Art, Saitama
  • Kumamoto Traditional Crafts Center, Kumamoto, Japan

1983

  • Korea – Works of 7 Contemporary Artists, Jean’s Art Gallery, Séoul
  • Korean Contemporary Arts Exhibition – The Latter half of the 70’s : An Aspect, – Tokyo Meropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo
  • Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Tochigi, Japan
  • The National Museum of Art, Osaka
  • Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Hokkaido
  • Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka

1984

  • Human Documents 84, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo
  • The Returning Exhibition of Korean Contemporary Arts Exhibition – the Latter half of the 70’s : An Aspect, sponsored by Korea-Culture and Art Foundation, Fine Art Center Gallery, Séoul

1985

  • Human Documents 85, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo
  • Contemporary Korean Paper Art, Organized by Central Washington University, Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, Washington D.C
  • 6 Artists – The Paper Above the Horizon, Yoon Gallery, Séoul
  • ASPACAE (Asian Pacific Conference on Arts Education), Kualalumpur
  • Korean-Western Paintings of 70’s, Ho-am Gallery, Séoul
  • Centre National des Arts Plastiques, Paris

1986

  • Seoul Contemporary Asian Art Shows, Sponsored by Asian Games Organizing Comittee – Organized by The National Museum of Modern Art, Séoul
  • Paper+Pencil=Drawings of 13 Artists, Soo Gallery, Séoul
  • Past and Present : KoreanAntiques and Contemporary Arts
  • Works On Paper, Sponsored by Oritsukasa co. Ltd. – Kamakuramikura Bldg, Kyoto

1987

  • Seoul Art Exhibition, The National Museum of Modern Art, Séoul
  • Contemporary Art Festival, The National Museum of Modern Art, Séoul
  • Seoul Art Fair, Ho-am Gallery, Séoul
  • Korean Contemporary 4 Artists, Laboratory Gallery, Sapporo

1988

  • Seoul Contemporary Art Festival, Art Center Gallery, Séoul
  • Ecole de Seoul, Kwan-hun Gallery, Séoul
  • In Celebration of Suk-Nam Lee, Kyung-Sung’s 70th Birthday, Ho am Gallery, Seoul
  • Korean 4 Artists, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo
  • Modernism in the Korean Contemporary Art Scene 1970-79, Hyundai department store Gallery, Seoul
  • Korean Modern Painting in the 70’s, Walker Hill Art Center, Séoul (catalogue)
  • Olympiad of Art : The International Contemporary Painting, Sponsored by Seoul OOC, Organized by The National Museum of Modern Art, Séoul

1989

  • Hiroshima Consignment Work Thema Hiroshima, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Hiroshima

1992

  • Working with Nature – Traditional Thoughts in contemporary Art from Korea, Tate Gallery, Liverpool

1995

  • Nicaf Yokohama’95 International Art Fair, Hyundai Gallery (Séoul), Yokohama
  • The 46th La Biennale di Venezia, Venise (catalogue)

1996

  • The Permanent Collections, The Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas
  • The International Art Fair Basel, Bâle

1997

  • L’esprit de l’art abstrait : 9 artistes, Ho-Am Art Center, Séoul

2000

  • Plane as Spirits, Pusan Metropolitan Art Museum
  • A Passage for New Millenium : Korean of Overseas Exhibitions, 1990-99, The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Séoul
  • Cologne Art Fair, Cologne
  • 4 artists, Gallery Seohwa, Séoul

2001

  • Chicago Art Fair, Chicago
  • Korean Contemporary Art Festival, Seoul Art Center
  • 4 Artists, Gallery Sagan, Séoul

Catalogues

  • Lee, Yil, Mun-heon Gallery, 1975
  • Lee U-Fan, Muramatsu Gallery, 1976
  • Joseph Love S.J., Mun-heon Gallery, 1976
  • Lee Nordness, The Council House, Chicago, 1978
  • Lee, Kyung-Sung, The Collection of Korean Contemporary Works, Kum Seong Sa, ed., 1979
  • Yusuke Nakahara, Tokyo INAX Gallery, 1986
  • Korean Modern Painting In The 70’s, Walker Hill Art Center, 1988
  • Yusuke Nakahara, « The Painting of Yun Hyong-Keun », 1989
  • Lee, Yil, « The Impossible Paintings of Yun Hyong-Keun », Suzukawa Gallery / Galerie Humanite / Gallery Yamaguchi, 1989
  • « HIROSHIMA », Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, catalogue, 1989
  • Yun Hyong-Keun, Inkong Gallery, 1989
  • Yun Hyong-Keun, La Biennale di Venezia, Galerie Hyundai éd., 1995
  • « Umber-Blue », Stiftung für konkrete Kunst, Reutlingen, 1998
  • Yun Hyong-Keun, Artsonje Museum, 2001
  • Kim Airyuung, Jean Brolly Franck Gautherot et Michel Nuridsany, Yun Hyong-Keun, Galerie Jean Brolly, Paris, 2002

Articles

  • Bang, Keun-tack, Il-yo Newspaper, 20 mars 1973
  • Ryu, Jun-sang, Dong-a Il-bo, 24 mars 1973
  • Yun, U-hack, Hong-ik University bulletin, 10 juin 1973
  • Joseph Love S.J., Art International, 15 juin 1975
  • The Geijutsu-shincho, août 1976
  • Shinichi Segi, The Nihonbijutsu, novembre 1976
  • The Joong Ang Il-bo , 13 décembre 1976
  • « Open Up The New Phase of Post-Abstraction », Towa Newspaper (Japan), 7 avril 1977
  • Jeung, Jung-heun, compte-rendu de l’exposition « Korea : Facet of Contemporary Art » at Tokyo Central Museum, Cho-seun Il-bo , 18 juin 1977
  • Kang, Duck-hee, compte-rendu de l’exposition Korea : Facet of Contemporary Art, Toitsu Nippo (Tokyo), 22 août 1977
  • « Korea : Facet of Contemporary Art », The Yomiuri, 22 août 1977
  • « Korea : Facet of Contemporary Art », Asahi Shimbun, 23 août 1977
  • Oh, Kwang-soo, compte-rendu de l’exposition Secondes Rencontres Internationales d’Art Contemporain, Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais, Dong-a Il-bo, 1978
  • Masataka Ogawa, compte-rendu de l’exposition personnelle Yun Hyong-keun à la Tokyo Gallery, Asahi Shimbun, 6 septembre 1978
  • compte-rendu de l’exposition personnelle de Yun Hyong-keun à la Tokyo Gallery – Toitsu Nippo (Tokyo), 6 septembre 1978
  • Work of Umber-blue, The Japan Times, 10 septembre 1978
  • Thimothy Harris, Mr Yun’s Work, Asahi Evening News, 8 nov.
  • Lee, Kyung-sung, The Collection of Korean Contemporary Works, Kum Seong Sa, ed., 1979
  • The Yomiuri Daily Newspaper, 16 septembre 1979
  • Yun, U-hack, compte-rendu de l’exposition personnelle de Yun Hyong-Keun, Space Gallery, The Space, février 1981
  • Yasuhiro Yurugi, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum News, No. 383, 1984
  • Kojin Tanaka, compte-rendu de l’exposition personnelle de Yun Hyong-Keun à Tokyo INAX Gallery, The Mainichi, 17 novembre 1986
  • Kim, Nam-soo, Misull-segye (magazine mensuel coréen), Mars 1988

Ecrits

  • Divagations aléatoires dans l’atelier, 1976