Hong Ji-yoon (1970~). After graduating from the department of Oriental Painting at Hong-Ik University, She earned a master’s degree and a doctorate from Hong-Ik University. She held several Solo exhibitions at Pyo Gallery, Lotte Avenueel Art Hall, Hongik University Museum of Contemporary Art and TN Gallery in Beijing. And She won the 2001, 2003 Lorenzo il Magnifico Award at the Florence Biennale, the 2014 Seoul Foundation for Culture, the 2012 Korea Art Critics Association’s Outstanding Artist of the Year award. She participated in a number of exhibitions, including the 2018 Mokpo International Su-Muk (Ink painting) Biennale, the 2017 Pyeong-Chang Winter Olympics Memorial Gwanghwamun Media Pasad project, the 2016 Chang-won Sculpture Biennale, the 2015 Korea Tomorrow (Sunggok Art Museum), the 2014 Exhibition of Memorial for Choi Chi-won (Art palace Seoul), the 2013 Haein Art Project (Haein budist Temple), the 2012 Haean-dong 10-1 (Incheon Art Platform), the 2011 Exhibition of ‘I recommend this artist’ (Kim Dal-jin Institute of Art), and the 2010 Chun Sam-wol (Gwangju Museum of Art). And the Public Collections are Hongik University’s Museum of Contemporary Art, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, the Government Art Bank, Eastern District Court, Gangnam District Office, Munich Culture department, Taiwan Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Hong Kong Fringe Club.