Airan Kang

Airan Kang : Hyper Book, “Angelica and Medoro” by Luis de Gongora, 2008
© Airan Kang

Airan Kang est née à Séoul, en Corée (1960). Elle a présenté de nombreuses expositions personnelles en Asie :

Chosun Ilbo one interview gallery (Seoul, 2008), H.P FRANCE BIJOUX (Tokyo, Japan, 2008), Lighting Book (Namyodo Book Center, Tokyo, Japan, 2008), One Life, Some Books, Clear gallery (Tokyo, Japan, 2008), “Light of the world, Light of the Intelligence” , Art front gallery (Tokyo, Japan, 2007) The Site of the Sublime, Kumho museum (Seoul, 2006); ENOFEEL(Seoul, 2005), Kuemsan Gallery (Seoul, 2003), Gallery Iteza (Kyoto, Japan, 2001), Media Shop (Kyoto, Japan, 2001), Galerie Weissraum (Kyoto, Japan, 2001) Kuemsan Gallery (Seoul, 2001), Artsonje Center (Seoul, 2001), Nadiff, Viewing Room Yotsuya, Gallery 5 (Tokyo, Japan, 2000), John N Joe Gallery (L.A.) Viewing Room Yotsuya, Chiba Yumiko Association (Tokyo,Japan, 1999)

Elle a participé à des expositions collectives en Corée, au Japon, aux Etats-Unis, en France…

Ses œuvres font partie de collections publiques : National Museum of Contemporary Art, Kwachon (Korea), Seoul Museum of Art (Seoul), Kumho Museum of Art, Tokyo Machida Museum of Printmaking (Japan), The University of EWHA Womans Art Museum (Seoul), Dong-A Daily News (Seoul), Seoul Foundation for Arts & Culture“book café”, Woong Jin Building (Seoul), ZKM, Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe (Germany)

Collection ZKM, Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe