Woomin Kim is a South Korean artist currently based in Queens. Her exhibition Shijang Project is currently on view at Susan Inglett Gallery, New York, through July 29. Her work was also a finalist for the Noguchi Museum’s 2021 Open Call for Artist Banners project.
Through her textile and sculptural projects, Kim examines the active materiality of daily objects and urban landscapes. Kim has participated in exhibitions and residencies at the Queens Museum, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and Boston Children’s Museum. Kim has received fellowships and awards from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and the Korean Cultural Center. Her works have been featured in The New York Times, Hyperallergic, and BOMB Magazine. Kim holds a B.F.A from Seoul National University and received an M.F.A. from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. woominkim.com | @woominpkim