JANG Kyung Nam

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I consider "making" to be "thinking." Both occur at the same time, and I believe that when I make something, all that I am thinking is expressed in the piece. When your artwork changes, it means that your way of thinking is changing, and progress is made in both thinking and making things simultaneously. I plan to continue to believe in thinking. My current pieces express recollections that occur in time and space.



ID :   53
Name :   JANG Kyung Nam
Birthplace :   Chung Chong Do, Korea
Zip :   7138102
Place of Residence :   Etoile Yoshiura 103, 1792-7 Tamashima Kurashiki-city Okayama Japan
Tel :   81-86-526-6780
Fax :   81-86-440-1057
E-Mail :   jangkn@arts.kusa.ac.jp
Place of Work :   Kurashiki University of Science and The Arts
Place of Work Zip :   7128505
Place of Work Address :   2640 Nishinoura Tsurajima-cho Kurashiki-city Okayama Japan
Place of Work Tel :   81-86-440-1057
Place of Work Fax :   81-86-440-1057
Place of Work E-Mail :   jangkn@arts.kusa.ac.jp
Career: Education 1 :   1992 Graduated from Hong Ik University (Korea)
Career: Education 2 :   1998 Graduated Toyama City Institute of Glass Art
Career: Education 3 :   2003 Completed Kurashiki University of Science and the Arts, Master Course
Career: Teaching 1 :   1998-2001 Teaching Assistant at Toyama City Institute of Glass Art
Career: Teaching 2 :   2004- Lecturer at Kurashiki University of Science and The Arts
Awards and Prizes: Contest 1 :   1999 ''99Japan Contemporary Glass in Notijima' Gold Prize (Ishikawa)
Awards and Prizes: Contest 2 :   1999 'Korea Choung Ju International Craft Biennale' Gold Prize (Korea)
Awards and Prizes: Contest 3 :   2000 'Vessels The International Exhibition of Glass' Encouragement Prize (Shizuoka)
Awards and Prizes: Contest 4 :   2000 'The Third Contemporary Glass Exhibition in Satsuma' Grand-Prix (Kagoshima)
Awards and Prizes: Contest 5 :   2002 'Japan Contemporary Glass Art Exhibition Notojima' Grand-Prix (Ishikawa)
Awards and Prizes: Contest 6 :   2002 'Contemporary Glass Triennial in Toyama 2002' Encouragement Prize (Toyama)
Awards and Prizes: Contest 7 :   2003 'Contemporary Glass Exhibition in Satsuma' Special Jury Prize (Kagoshima)
Exhibition: One-Man 1 :   2000 Day I Can (Toyama)
Exhibition: One-Man 2 :   2002 Studio Ikuko Gallery (Okayama)
Exhibition: One-Man 3 :   2003 Esprit Nouveau Gallery (Okayama)
Exhibition: Contest 1 :   1997 'The First Contemporary Glass Exhibition in Satsuma' (Kagoshima)
Exhibition: Contest 2 :   1998 'The International Exhibition of Glass Kanazawa 98' (Ishikawa)
Exhibition: Contest 3 :   1999 'The Second Contemporary Glass Exhibition in Satsuma' (Kagoshima)
Exhibition: Contest 4 :   2000 'Toyamura Triennial Sculpture Exhibition' (Hokkaido)
Exhibition: Contest 5 :   2001 'Craft Competition in Takaoka' (Toyama)
Exhibition: Contest 6 :   2001 'First Onoda Contemporary Glass Art Exhibition 2001' (Yamaguchi)
Exhibition: Contest 7 :   2002 'Asahi Modern Craft Exhibition' (Osaka)
Exhibition: Invitation 1 :   2002 'Glass Art Festival' (Korea)
Exhibition: Others 1 :   1998 Gallery Nakama (Tokyo)
Exhibition: Others 2 :   1998 Day I Can Gallery (Toyama)
Exhibition: Others 3 :   1998 Gallery Enomoto (Osaka)
Exhibition: Others 4 :   2000 Milstone Artworks Gallery (Toyama)
Exhibition: Others 5 :   2001 Yabuki Gallery (Okayama)
Exhibition: Others 6 :   2003 Sollys Craft Selection (Okayama)
Commisions in Architecture 1 :   1999 Toyama International Conference Hall
Collections 1 :   Toyama City Institute of Glass Art
Collections 2 :   Toyama-city
Collections 3 :   Notojima Glass Art Museum
Collections 4 :   Koganezaki Crystal Park Glass Museum
Collections 5 :   Toyamura Art Museum
Collections 6 :   Satsuma-city