Gyun hur - CV

SOLO, TWO PERSON / Selected GROUP Exhibitions

Bronx Calling: Fifth AIM Biennial, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY (forthcoming)
TBD, curated by Jenny Gerow, BRIC, Brooklyn, NY (forthcoming)
TBD, curated by Susan Klein and Tiger Strikes Astroid, Redux Contemporary Art Center, Charleston, SC (forthcoming)

Here: A Bit of Everywhere and Everyone They’ve Been, NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY
The Body Responds By Lying Down, NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY

Spell, curated by Diana Lee, Dillon + Lee, New York, NY

Seurat and Friends, curated by Kim Nguyen, Artspeak, Vancouver, Canada
A Replication of My Mother’s Wedding Blanket, No. 2, Art Central, Hong Kong
Sprawl, curated by Michael Rooks, The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA

A System of Interiority, Get This! Gallery, Atlanta, GA

My Father’s Optical Store, Flash Atölye, Izmir, Turkey
Mostra, Palazzo Vagnotti, Cortona, Italy
E-Merge, curated by Hope Cohn, Atlanta International Airport, Atlanta, GA

A Fine Line, SCAD Gallery Central, Hong Kong, China
I Dreamed Your Utopia, mosnart, Pullman Historic District, Chicago, IL
In A Landscape of Anew, Hudgens Center for the Arts, Atlanta, GA
Zen Dixie, curated by John Otte, Cabbage Town, Atlanta, GA
Summer, Curated by Lloyd Benjamin, Get This! Gallery, Atlanta, GA

MOCA GA Salutes the Rising Movers & Shakers of the Georgia Arts Scene, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta, GA

The Hudgens Prize Finalists Exhibition, juried by Sylvie Fortin, Eungie Joo, and David Kiehl, Jacueline Casey Hudgens Center for the Arts, Atlanta, GA
Repose, Get This! Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Post Ox-Bow: Siteless, curated by Andrea Liu, Naxal Belt, BETA Spaces, Bushwick, NY


The Bronx Museum of the Arts, AIM Fellowship, Bronx, NY

Presidential Faculty Research Fellowship, Beijing, China

Artadia Summer Studio Award, Brooklyn, NY
Vermont Studio Center Full Fellowship

Finalist, Fine Arts Work Center Fellowship Program, Provincetown, MA

Artadia Award
Best Emerging Artist, Creative Loafing 

The Hudgens Prize
Idea Capital

Vermont Studio Center Full Fellowship
Sosin Award, Pilchuck Glass School 


NARS Foundation Artist in Residency Program, Brooklyn, NY

Pratt Fine Arts: Studio Residency Program, Brooklyn, NY
BRICworkspace Residency, Brooklyn, NY
Writer-in-Residence, Danspace Project, New York, NY

Red Gate Residency, Beijing, China

Vermont Studio Center Residency, Johnson, VT

The High Museum of Art and The Corning Museum of Glass, Atlanta, GA
Artist Residency, The Wesleyan College Arboretum, Macon, GA

Ox-Box Fall Artist-in-Residence, Saugatuck, MI
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, VA

Vermont Studio Center Residency, Johnson, VT 

Commissions /

TBD: Love Song: Home, Church, and Cleaners, Iteration No 2, The Tank, New York, NY (forthcoming)
Loving Deeply In Suppleness, as a part of “MAPPING: Public Choreographies” commissioned by Lauri Stalling, The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA
Love Song: Home, Church, and Cleaners, Iteration No 1, NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY

Loving Deeply III, as a part of “between system and grounds,” curated by Olivia Valentine, Remainings Lighting Factory, Brooklyn, NY
Loving Deeply II, D+L Series, curated by Diana Lee, D+L Gallery, New York, NY
Loving Deeply I, East Hall Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

Strange Boxes Flooded II, ELEVATE, City of Atlanta, Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs, Atlanta, GA

Hippodrome, set design commissioned by glo and Lauri Stalling, The Goat Farm, Atlanta, GA
Strange Box Flooded, commissioned by Living Walls: The City Speaks, Atlanta, GA
Lunches with Artists, Atlanta, GA

Spiritus Lenis, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Atlanta, GA
Spiritus Lenis, Savannah College of Art and Design, Forsyth Park, Savannah, GA
Spiritus Lenis, collaboration with glo and Wesleyan College, Macon, GA

Spring Hiatus, Flux Projects, Lenox Square, Atlanta, GA
Stay Here in Atlanta, Idea Capital, Atlanta, GA
Mourning Cart III, collaboration with Juri Onuki, Atlanta, GA

Thousand Kisses, In My Living Room, Get This! Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Homage To, Ox-Bow School, Sagautuck, MI
Untitled, Post Ox-Bow: Siteless, Naxal Belt, BETA Spaces, Bushwick, NY

A Blanket of Requiem, collaboration with Juri Onuki, The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY

Selected bibliography / 
Reviews / publications

Harding, Kate, “Bicoastal: Episode 42, Gyun Hur,” Bicoastal, April 4, 2019

Nelli, Inga, “Introducing: Gyun Hur,” Coeur et Art, March 17, 2019

"Reflections on Reggie Wilson's Danspace Platform: In Conversation with Drawings and Text," The Brooklyn Rail, April 4, 2018

"A Thousand Kisses, In My Living Room," Repetitive & Impolite, The Forgetory, March 6, 2018

“Spell at Dillon + Lee, New York,” Blouin Art Info, July 28, 2017

Choi, Hyungwoo, “Analogue Nostalgia III-I,” Public Art Magazine Korea, No. 109, October Issue, October 1, 2015

Chan, Margaret, “Gyun Hur, A Replication of My Mother’s Wedding Blanket No. 2”, Hong Kong Economic Journal, April 1, 2015

Chan, Clare, “SCAD Showcase Artworks Created by Teachers and Students,” Ta Kung Pao, March 17, 2015

Spring, Jenny Moussa (edited by), Unexpected Art, Chronicles Book, March 17, 2015

Gregar, Sonja, "Exploring the Aesthetics of Labour," The Source, December 8, 2014

Bereznak, Alyssa, “Google Unveils a Curated Treasure Trove of Street Art,” Yahoo! Tech, June 11, 2014

Weiskopf, Dan, “Gyun Hur’s Ironic Interiority,” Burnaway, February 3, 2014

Koi, Meredith, “Reminder: We Are Perceiving Bodies: Observations of Four Works on View in Atlanta,” Bad At Sports, January 23, 2014

Feaster, Felicia, “Meditation on light, perspective, and ‘interiority,’” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 16, 2014

McClure, Faith, “Review: Still spare and sensual, Gyun Hur’s work deepens in A System of Interiority at Get This!,” ArtsATL, January 15, 2014

Vega, Muriel, “A Few Questions with Gyun Hur,” Fresh Loaf, Creative Loafing, January 13, 2014

Alexander, Andrew, “Gyun Hur Goes Beneath the Surface,” Burnaway, January 3, 2014

Jones, Sara, “Five Alive – Gyun Hur,” Kind Aesthetic, October 23, 2013

Lee, Diana Seo Hyung, “Broken Flowers: Interview with Gyun Hur,” Art Asia Pacific, August 19, 2013

Harrington, Steven P., “20 New Murals from Atlanta Living Walls 2013,” Huffington Post, August 21, 2013

Harrington, Steven P., “Images of the Week 08.18.13,” Brooklyn Street Art, August 18, 2013

McClintock, Diana, “gloATL,” Art Papers, May/June, 2013

Greer, Larissa Erin, “The Shredded Flower Petal Landscapes of Gyun Hur’s Installations,” Beautiful/Decay, April 18, 2013

Lampe, Lilly, “gloATL Aims High with “Hippodrome’ But Performance Falls Short,” Burnaway, April 4, 2013

Perry, Cynthia Bond, “’Hippodrome’ touches all the sense,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, March 22, 2013

Alexander, Andrew, “Look, listen and even taste at gloATL’s hauntingly hypnotic ‘Hippodrome,’” ArtsATL, March 22, 2013

Mackie, Amy, “Contradictions in Terms: ‘Zen Dixie’ in Atlanta,” Pelican Bomb, July 5, 2012

Reese, Rachel, “ ‘Zen Dixie’ merges architecture, history and art to create a unique aesthetic adventure,” ArtsATL, June 27, 2012


Hicks, Cinque, Art In America, April, 2012

McClintock, Diana, Art Papers, March/April, 2012

Lampe, Lilly, “Episode 41:GyunHur,” Out There Atlanta, April 2012

Alexander, Andrew, “Hur’s spiritus lenis – A New Installation – Engages with the Public,” Burnaway, March, 2012

Barefoot, Shana, “100 Under 100: The New Superstars of Southern Art,” Oxford American Magazine, February 29, 2012

Michaud, Debbie, “Gyun Hur’s new work contemplates personal and emotional landscapes,” Creative Loafing, January 24, 2012

Collum, Jerry, “Gyun Hur Enters New Phase in Hudgens Center Solo In A Landscape Anew,” ArtsCriticATL, January, 17, 2012

Fox, Catherine, “In a Landscape Anew: Gyun Hur at Hudgens Center for the Art,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, December 30,2011

Skinner, Kelly, “Cool Intentions,” The Atlantan Magazine, November 25, 2011

Feaster, Felicia, “Global Artists,” The Atlantan Magazine, September 7, 2011

Fox, Catherine, “Out in Public: Recent Moves in Art in Public Space,” Noplaceness, September, 2011

Juarez, Kristin, “The Fringe: On Art Workers and the Aesthetics of Labor,” Burnaway, July 7, 2011

Feaster, Felicia, Art Papers, May/June, 2011

Aaron-Lopez, Carla, “Gyun Hur’s Lenox project pushes toward true diversity in Atlanta art,” Burnaway, March 24, 2011

Fox, Catherine, “Marietta artist earns her stripes: Temporary work a carpet of color at Lenox Square,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, March 18, 2011

Sweeney, Kate, “City Café: Flux at Lenox,” WABE 90.1 National Public Radio interview, March 18, 2011

Pousner, Howard, “Outside Lenox Square’s Macy’s, an artist earns her stripes,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, March 12, 2011

Abernathy, Jeremy, “ARTSpeak: Gyun Hur’s colorful remembrance at Lenox Mall,” Burnaway, March 8, 2011

Martinez, Melysa, “Q&A, Gyun Hur on Arts Advocacy Day 2011 at Capitol Hill,” Creative Loafing, February 8, 2011

McClintock, Diana, Sculpture Magazine, January/February, 2011

Pousner, Howard, “11 High Notes for 2011,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, January 2, 2011

Fox, Catherine, “Looking back at 2010: Visual arts scene strengthened as a community and advanced the conversation,” ArtsCriticATL, December 27, 2010

Michaud, Debbie, “Our Favorite Things: Best of Atlanta art events of 2010,” Burnaway, December 24, 2010

Hicks, Cinque, “An Interview with Hudgens Prize winner Gyun Hur,” Creative Loafing, December 6, 2010

Pousner, Howard, “Korean-born Gyun Hur, 27, wins $50,000 Hudgens Prize,” Atlanta Journal-Constitution, November 30, 2010

Abernathy, Jeremy, “Westside Arts District shows why gallery shows are still cool,” Burnaway, July 21, 2010

Michaud, Debbie, “Speakeasy … with Gyun Hur,” Creative Loafing, February 19, 2010

Fox, Catherine, “Life and death: Jiha Moon at Saltworks, Gyun Hur at Get This!,” ArtsCriticATL, February 11, 2010

Mills, Sean, “Gyun Hur uses labor-intensive construction to create a colorful blanket for Repose,” Examiner, January 25, 2010

Lectures /
Panel presentations

AHL Forum, AHL Foundation, SFA Project, New York, NY

The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Moderator, The Community: From Mass Participation to Activist Art, WYNG Masters Award, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

The Space Between Two Cultures, TEDx Centennial Park Women, Atlanta, GA
Visualizing and Remodeling Public Space, Living Walls Conference, Atlanta
University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Emory University, Atlanta, GA

SCAD Gallery, Hong Kong, China
Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
Jacueline Casey Hudgens Center for the Arts, Duluth, GA
A Working Artist in Atlanta, presented by Dashboard Co-Op, The Arts Exchange, Atlanta

Post Ox-Bow: Siteless, moderated by Andrea Liu at Naxal Belt, Bushwick, NY
Role Models, moderated by Stuart Horodner with panelists Michael Rooks and Brian Holcombe, Creative Lives & Careers Series, Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA

Teaching Experience

2017 - current
Part Time Faculty, Parsons School of Design - The New School, New York, NY

2013 - 2017
Full Time Faculty, Savannah College of Art and Design, Hong Kong


Part Time Faculty, Study Abroad Program, University of Georgia, Cortona, Italy

Part Time Faculty, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Part Time Faculty, Seoul Digital University, Seoul, Korea