Yongju Kwon(b. 1977, Korea) is a sculptor and installation artist who participated in special exhibition such as <Words at an Exhibition in ten chapters and five poems>, <Rhythm scenery>, <Imaginated boundaries> and held solo exhibitions <Casting>, <Tying>, <Solidification>. He presents sculptures that depicts the landscape of modern society to use urban wastes. He got inspired by John Heartfield(1891-1968, Germany) who used photo-montage which is rearranging images from magazines or newspapers after the First World War.


2018     Casting, Doosan Gallery Seoul, Seoul, Korea 

2016     Tying, Doosan Gallery New York, New York, U.S.A

2014     Solidification, Art Space POOL, Seoul, Korea

               Tying, D Project Space, Seoul, Korea


2020     Ten Chapters and Five Poems, Busan Biennale 2020, Korea

               NON-SCULPTURE: Light or Flexible, Changwon Sculpture Biennale 2020, Korea 

               Where the Tide Has Been, SeMA Buk-Seoul, Seoul, Korea

               RhythmScape, Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Canada

2019     Minus Hours, Wuin Art Center, Cheongju, Korea

               Array, Gallery Baton, Seoul, Korea

2018     Beyond the Making , Wooran Foundation, Seoul, Korea

               Imagined Borders, Gwangju Biennale 2018, Korea