MIN SONG

  • Min Song OOO OOO, 2016 (detail) 46 x 60 x 6″ Wood, spray paint, digital photographs mounted on Plexiglas

  • Min Song
    OOO
    OOO, 2016 (detail)
    46 x 60 x 6″
    Wood, spray paint, digital photographs mounted on Plexiglas

  • Min Song
    Scene 2, 2016
    Hydrodipped wood, bag, resin
    Dimensions variable/ pillar 10.25 x 10.25 x 58.5 inches
    Photo: RCH | EKH

  • Min Song
    Sculpture on Vacation, 2010/2016
    Marble, glass, whiskey, reed diffuser
    33 x 12 x 12 inches
    Photo: RCH | EKH

  • Min Song
    The Handle, 2016
    Digital photographs mounted on Plexiglas, screws
    24 x 27 inches closed / 24 x 54.5 inches open
    Photo: RCH | EKH

  • Min Song
    Loosey Tableau, 2016
    Silicone, found photographs, cue balls, resin, oyster shells, hydrodipped wood, rock
    35 x 72.75 x 8 inches
    Photo: RCH | EKH

  • Min Song
    Loosey Tableau, 2016
    Silicone, found photographs, cue balls, resin, oyster shells, hydrodipped wood, rock
    35 x 72.75 x 8 inches
    Photo: RCH | EKH

  • Min Song
    About Face, 2016
    Wood, spray paint, paint, digital photograph mounted on Plexiglas
    36 x 36 x 8.25 inches
    Photo: RCH | EKH

  • Min Song
    (____-hanging fruit by the dozen), 2016
    Hydrodipped wood, bag, resin, hook
    Dimensions variable/ pillar 10.5 x 10.5 x 59.5 inches
    Photo: RCH | EKH

  • Min Song
    untitled, 2016
    Resin, cue balls, bowling ball, silicone, charcoal, nail polish, fabric dye, ink
    Dimensions variable
    Photo: RCH | EKH

  • Min Song
    untitled, (detail) 2016
    Resin, cue balls, bowling ball, silicone, charcoal, nail polish, fabric dye, ink
    Dimensions variable
    Photo: RCH | EKH

  • Min Song
    untitled, (detail) 2016
    Resin, cue balls, bowling ball, silicone, charcoal, nail polish, fabric dye, ink
    Dimensions variable
    Photo: RCH | EKH

Bio

http://minsong.info/

b. 1982, Los Angeles
Lives and works in Los Angeles

EDUCATION

2009-2011   MFA, Studio Arts, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL

2000-2003   BFA, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017              25 Years, Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, IL (forthcoming)

2016             Jenny From the Color Block, Art Academy of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

Life Still Life Still Life, Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, IL

2014             Trompe l’Oeil Depression, Young Art, Los Angeles, CA

2012             Min Song, Michael Jon, Miami, FL

2012             Small-Scale Lifestyles 2, Happy Collaborationists, Chicago, IL

2012             Small-Scale Lifestyles, Seerveld Gallery, Palos Heights, IL

SELECTED  TWO-PERSON AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS AND PROJECTS

2015            APPROPINQUATION, Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, IL

2013            REAL TIME FUTURE EXPERIENCE, New Capital, Chicago, IL

2013            Young Art, NADA Miami

2013            Wood Works, A+D Gallery, Chicago, IL

2013            Real-Time and Outer Life, Young Art, Los Angeles, CA

2012            Michael Jon, NADA Miami

2012            24HOUR/25DAY, New Capital, Chicago, IL

2012            Bowling Alone, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, IL

2012            Move Thinks Repeats Pauses, Tony Wight Gallery, Chicago, IL

2011            Monument 2, MDW Fair, Chicago, IL

2011            UIC MFA Thesis Show, Gallery 400, Chicago, IL

2011            Chris Naka and Min Song, Julius Caesar, Chicago, IL

2006            Living at the End, The Mansion, Chicago, IL

2005            Spring Break Chicago, Butcher Shop/Artledge, Chicago, IL

2005            Collective Instillation, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE

2004            Art by Asian Women, Made by Women, Chicago, IL

2004            Cake White Palace, The Texas Ballroom, Chicago, IL

2004            Under Run, a Painting Show, Dogmatic Gallery, Chicago, IL

2003            The Exquisite Corpse: Blind Collaboration, Undecided Space, Iowa City, IA

AWARDS

2011             Joan Mitchell MFA Grant nominee

2009-2010   University Fellowship, UIC

2000-2003   Presidential Scholarship, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

2000-2002   John and Mary E. Higgins Scholarship, Chicago, IL

Gallery Exhibitions