Athens (2017)
10 Aug 2017

Hye Youn Choi, GCLP 2017

Hye Youn Choi was a participant in the 2017 edition of the GCLP.

A curator, researcher, and translator, Hye-Youn Choi specializes in Asian contemporary art and has extensive curating and research experience in museums and cultural institutions in the United States, Canada, France, and South Korea. She has explored the cross-cultural production and reception of Asian contemporary art by participating in more than twelve curatorial projects, including Shell and Resin: Korean Mother-of-Pearl and Lacquer (2021-22) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Frequency of Tradition (2020–21) at KADIST San Francisco, and FOR YOU: Jenny Holzer (2019-20) at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea. Her independent curatorial and research work on Asian contemporary art and cultural mobility has been supported by the City University of New York, the European Union, the Salzburg Global Seminar, and the Seoul National University Asia Research Institute among many others. She will be working as a Curatorial Assistant at the Royal Ontario Museum from August 2023.  

“Through GCLP, I once again realized that everyone is equal and yet it is the unique color of each one of us that makes the world rich and vibrant. I’m excited to see what is to come through our respective endeavors.”

In order to introduce themselves and their organizations, the participants prepared a poster.

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