Jiha Moon

Atlanta, GA | by November 9, 2011

Jiha Moon (b. 1973) is from DaeGu, Korea and lives and works in Atlanta, GA. She received her MFA from the Uni­ver­sity of Iowa, Iowa City. Her works have been acquired by the Asia Soci­ety and Museum, New York, NY, the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA, The Mint Museum of Art, Char­lotte, NC, Smith­son­ian Insti­tute, Hir­sh­horn Museum and Sculp­ture Gar­den, Wash­ing­ton, DC, and The Vir­ginia Museum of Fine Arts, Rich­mond, VA. She has had solo exhi­bi­tions at the Mint Museum of Art, and has upcom­ing solo shows in this year at The Cheek­wood Museum of Art, Nashville, TN and Rhodes Col­lege, Clough-​​Hanson Gallery, Mem­phis, TN in this year. She is also part of the upcom­ing show, “New Amer­i­can Voices II” at The Fab­ric Work­shop and Museum in Philadel­phia this Feb­ru­ary. Her one year project with The Fab­ric Work­shop and Museum will be show­cased at the Museum.

She was included in the impor­tant exhi­bi­tion One Way Or Another: Asian Amer­i­can Art Now at the Asia Soci­ety and Museum, New York, NY in 2006 and Lev­ity at The Draw­ing Cen­ter, New York, NY in 2007 and White Columns in New York, NY in 2004. She has also been included in shows at the Atlanta Con­tem­po­rary Art Cen­ter, GA, Smith Col­lege Museum of Art, Northamp­ton, MA, and the Weath­er­spoon Museum of Art, Greens­boro, NC. In 2010 she had res­i­den­cies at the Fab­ric Work­shop and Museum, Philadel­phia, PA and the Mac­Dow­ell Colony, Peter­bor­ough, NH.

She has worked with numer­ous print­mak­ing presses and insti­tutes such as: Fab­ric Work­shop and Museum, Philadel­phia, PA, P.R.I.N.T Press, Uni­ver­sity of North Texas, Den­ton, Texas, Land­fall Press, Santa Fe, New Mex­ico, Fly­ing Horse Edi­tions, Uni­ver­sity of Cen­tral Florida, Orlando, FL, Smith Col­lege Work­shop with Wingate Stu­dio, North Hamp­ton, Mass­a­chu­setts, and Sin­ga­pore Tyler Print Insti­tute, Singapore.

Jiha con­tin­ues to be an ener­getic force within TSV and has taken on cura­to­r­ial projects such as the flat file at the (e)merge art fair this past Sep­tem­ber 2011 that included pre­vi­ously fea­tured TSV artists Bon­ner Sale, Ann-​​Marie Manker and Craig Dren­nen. The flat file also included artist Sarah Gam­ble from Philadel­phia, PA.

To see her work go to www.jihamoon.com


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