April – June 2022
Jaye Rhee revels in the space between the ironic and the poignant with work that simultaneously incorporates video, photography, and performance. Her work has been exhibited at various international venues, including Albright Knox Art Gallery, Norton Museum of Art, Queens Museum, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Mori Art Museum (Tokyo), Kobe Biennale 2007, The Seoul Museum of Modern Art, Gyeonggido Museum (Ansan, S.Korea), Leeum Samsung Museum (Seoul), the Centro para os Assuntos da Arte e Arquitectura (Portugal) and La Triennale di Milano (Milan).
Rhee has participated in the Artists’ residencies of Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach 2020, Delfina Foundation in London 2019, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council in NYC 2012, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Main 2009, Palais de Tokyo Workshop Program in Paris 2009.
Among her awards are the Byucksan Cultural Foundation’s Artist Fund 2018, Songeun Art Award 2015, the Yonkang (DOOSAN) Art Award 2011, Franklin Furnace Fund 2010, SeMA Young Artist Grant from Seoul Museum of Art 2010, Arts Council Korea Grant for Cultural Exchange 2010 and 2009, and KoreaAmerica Foundation for the Arts Award 2008. In 2010, Spector Press released her monograph Imageless, accompanied by essays of Carol Becker, Raul Zamudio, Sara Reisman and Edwin Ramoran. Her work has also been the subject of reviews in numerous periodicals, including ARTnews, The New York Times, Palm Beach daily, Artslant, Artlyst, Art in Culture and Art Asia Pacific Magazine. She was born in Seoul, South Korea, lives and works in New York.