Joonhong Min (b.1984, Korea) is a contemporary artist who lives and works in London and Seoul. He received a BFA and MFA in painting from Seoul National University (2014) and an MFA with Distinction in Fine Art Media from Slade School of Fine Art, University College London (2016). His solo exhibitions include: 'Future's Present' at SPACE Gallery and 'Urban Camouflage' at Stone Space Gallery, London, UK (2018), ‘Embellishing Ephemerality’ at The Flying Dutchman Play Space Gallery, London, UK (2017) and ‘Urban Methodology’ at The Consulate of South Korea Project Space, Milan, Italy (2016). He recently had a duo show ‘Rendered Reality’ at the Korean Cultural Centre UK, London, UK (2020) and finished the NARS foundation AIR programme in New York, USA (2019) and completed The London Summer Intensive Residency Programme at the Camden Art Centre, London, UK (2018).
In 2016 he participated in the Jerwood Drawing Prize and in 2015 the Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize, London, UK.
Joonhong Min was one of the resident artists involved in the project hu x HOXOTN 253 residency programme August/September 2020.