Hyon Gyon b. 1979
Born in South Korea in 1979, Hyon Gyon holds a bachelor's degree in western painting from Mokwon University, South Korea, and both a master's degree and doctoral degree in painting from Kyoto City University of Arts, Japan. Hyon Gyon's work has been exhibited internationally at institutions including the Brooklyn Museum, New York; Batu Museum, New York; Museum of Kyoto, Japan; Asian Art Museum, San Francisco; Parasol unit, London; and Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo and is included in many public and private collections such as Takahashi Collection, Japan; Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, Los Angeles; and High Museum of Art, Atlanta. Hyon Gyon currently resides in New York City. She has received several fellowships and awards, including the Asao Kato International Scholarship, the Kyoto Cultural Award, and the Tokyo Wonder Wall Competition Prize.
Ben Brown Fine Arts:15 Jun - 31 Aug 2020 Hong Kong
Celebrating 10 years in Hong KongBen Brown Fine Arts is pleased to present an extraordinary group exhibition inaugurating the Hong Kong gallery's new location in Wong Chuk Hang and celebrating our 10 year anniversary in...
Elements of Transcendence15 Jun - 9 Sep 2019 Hong Kong
Miya Ando, Kitty Chou, Hyon Gyon and Lucy LiuBen Brown Fine Arts is thrilled to present a summer group exhibition, Elements of Transcendence, at the Hong Kong gallery. The exhibition brings together the work of four artists who...
HYON GYON21 Sep - 9 Nov 2017 Hong Kong
Cruel WorldBen Brown Fine Arts is pleased to present the first solo exhibition of artist Hyon Gyon at our Hong Kong gallery. Hyon Gyon’s paintings and sculptures teem with a raw...
West Bund Art & Design OVR8 - 15 Nov 2022Ben Brown Fine Arts is delighted to announce our participation in West Bund Art & Design's Online Viewing Room. Our Viewing Room will present a carefully curated selection of modern and contemporary paintings and sculptures by 20th and 21st century masters, including Frank Auerbach, Tony Bevan, Alighiero Boetti, Si On (formerly Hyon Gyon), Candida Höfer, François-Xavier Lalanne, Vik Muniz, José Parlá, Ena Swansea and Gerhard Richter.