Kijong Zin(b. 1981, Korea) contemplates unbelievable events or political, social, religious conflict occurring in the same time from a neutral perspective. He has worked on observing and reorganizing various issues through multimedia, and the method of putting the world he sees into his work is a formula of '21st century taxidermy'. The way to look at the world from his point of view in the art works can be read as an overall intention to express the gap between the way we currently see the world and reality, and the error of judgment caused by the error of perception. With this attitude, he is releasing the blueprints of what has happened on the planet in the past, what is happening now, and what is likely to happen in the future through various media.


2019    21c Taxidermist, Sindoh Art Space, Seoul, Korea

2018     The Unknown Village , KIAF 2018 COEX, Seoul, Korea

2015     Atheism Report, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea

2012     Television: The Ultimate Rule of Media-ed World, SK COMO, Seoul, Korea


2020     True Colour of The Sun, Art Center White Block, Paju, Korea

2019     Image: Fascinating Alchemy , Danwon Art Museum, Ansan, Korea

               Full Metal Jacket - Gangwon Triennales, Hongsheon, Korea

2018     Cracks In The Concrete Ⅱ, MMCA, Gwacheon, Korea

2018     Changwon Sculpture Biennale 2018, Changwon, Korea

2017     Cracks In The Concrete, MMCA, Seoul, Korea 

               1st JCC Art Frontier Prize Exhibition, JCC Art Center, Seoul, Korea

               Project DUKHOO: Finding Flow, SeMA Buk-Seoul, Seoul, Korea

               The Five Moons: Return of The Nameless and Unknown, Pyeongchang Biennale 2017, Korea