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Anna Park

Born in Daegu, South Korea, 1996


MFA, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY, 2020
CFA, New York Academy of Art, New York, NY, 2018

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY

One-Person Exhibitions

Hello, Stranger, Blum & Poe, Tokyo, Japan
Pluck Me Tender, Half Gallery, New York, NY

On Tilt, T293, Rome, Italy

Honeymoon, Ross+Kramer Gallery, East Hampton, NY

Group Exhibitions

52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT
Fire Figure Fantasy: Selections from ICA Miami’s Collection, Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL
Wonder Women, Curated by Kathy Huang, Jeffrey Deitch Gallery, New York, NY
Women of Now: Dialogues of Memory, Place & Identity, Green Family Art Foundation, Dallas, TX
Artists Inspired By Music: Interscope Reimagined, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA

Convergent Evolutions: The Conscious of Body Work, curated by Christiana Ine-Kimba Boyle, Pace Gallery, New York, NY
The Interior, Venus Over Manhattan, New York, NY

When Above, Downs & Ross, New York, NY
100 Drawings from Now, The Drawing Center, New York, NY
Sympathetic Magic, curated by Bill Powers, Blum & Poe, Los Angeles, CA 
How Bout Them Apples, Ross+Kramer Gallery, New York, NY
Inertial Dynamics, Half Gallery, New York, NY 
Art on the Grid, Public Art Fund, New York, NY
Sit Still: Self Portraits in the Age of Distraction, Anna Zorina Gallery, New York, NY
Under Glass, Half Gallery, New York, NY
Fragmented Bodies, Albertz Benda, New York, NY

Universes 2, The Garage, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Island, Ramp Gallery, Stoke Newington, London, UK
Two First Names, Over the Influence, Los Angeles, CA
Paper View, The Hole, New York, NY
Women in Spaces: Past / Present, FXCollaborative, New York, NY
Drawn Together Again, Flag Art Foundation, New York, NY

Transformation, RE:ARTISTE, New York, NY
Big Link, Young Space, Standard Projects, Hortonville, WI


First Prize Winner of AXA Art Prize
Grand Prize Winner of Strokes of Genius 11: Finding Beauty

Foundation Merit Award Competition Winner

Recipient of Drawing Scholar Award     
Utah State Sterling Scholar for Visual Arts


Articles and Reviews

Ling, Isabel. “An Expansive New Show Celebrates Five Decades of Feminist Art.”, July 8, 2022.
Binlot, Ann. “At the Aldrich, Revisiting a Groundbreaking Show for Feminist Art.”, June 7, 2022.

Wong, Harley. “Anna Park’s Monumental Drawings Capture a World in Motion.”, December 9, 2021.
Thackara, Tess. “Anna Park’s Charcoal Drawings of the End of the World Have Earned Her Fans from Top Curators to KAWS. At 25, She’s Just Getting Started.” Artnet News, October 12, 2021.
Pricco, Evan. “Hello Stranger: The Calm and Chaotic Works of Anna Park @ Blum and Poe, Tokyo.”, September 2, 2021.
Powers, Bill. “Fragmenting Realities with Anna Park.” Canvas, September 1, 2021.
Bogojev, Sasha. “Pluck Me Tender: Anna Park’s Debuts at Half Gallery.”, April 9, 2021.

Rees, Lucy. “Next Big Things: Anna Park.”, December 18, 2020.
Bogojev, Sasha. “On Tilt: A New Evolution in the Charcoal Works of Anna Park.”, October 6, 2020.

“Two First Names: Ana Benaroya and Anna Park at Over the Influence, Los Angeles.”, August 9, 2019.
Bogojev, Sasha. “A Conversation with Anna Park.”, May 13, 2019.
Smith, Andy. “Anna Park's Startling Charcoal Drawings.” Hi-Fructose Magazine (April 23, 2019): 34–39.

Museum and Public Collections

High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA
Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, FL
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
Pérez Art Museum, Miami, FL

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