Tae Ho Kang

Born in Seoul, Korea

Education

1980 Studied Fine Arts at California State University Los Angeles
1974 College of Arts Hongik University, Seoul, Korea Solo Exhibitions
2010 Vendome Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2009 La Artcore, Los Angeles, CA
2006 Artcore Brewery Annex gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2005 Yemac Gallery, Seoul, Korea
2004 Andrewshire Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1998 John N Joe Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1995 John N Joe Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1994 Andrewshire Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1992 La Artcore Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1991 Hyo-Chun Gallery, Seoul, Korea
1991 Andrewshire Gallery, Lso Angeles, CA
1978 Shin Moon Gallery, Seoul, Korea

Art Fairs
2011 S.F. Fine Art Fair(San Francisco) –Joanne Artman Gallery
2011 The Affordable Art fair(New York)-Joanne Artman Gallery

Group Exhibition
2011 Perseverance+ passion, Korean Cultural Center, L.A.CA
2010 The 1st Annual APLA (Aids Project Los Angeles), Bonhams & Butterfields Auction house
2009 The 10th annual Exhibition of Hong-Ik Alumni
2009 Exhibition of Association of Christian Artists, Modern Art Gallery, L.A. CA.
2009 “Conscious Pleasure” 3 Artists, Sabina Lee Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2009 Group Show, Western Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2008 Seoul Arts High School Alumni Association, FT Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2006 “New Paintings (3 Artist)” Gail Harvey Gallery, Bergamot Station B-5, Santa Monica, CA
2006 “Exodus-1”, Gallery Blue Wave, los Angeles, CA
2006 “Connection-2006”, Joong Ang Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2006 “Process”, Sarah Lee Gallery, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, CA
2006 Group Show, Joong Ang Art gallery Opening Exhibition, Los Angeles, CA
2005 SAHS Exhibition, Lotus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2005 30 Group Show, Lotus gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2005 The 7th Exhibition of Hong-Ik Alumni, Do San Hall, Los Angeles, CA
2005 Drawing Exhibition, Lotus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2005 Print Exhibition of 9 Artists, Jung Dong Art Hall, Los Angeles, CA
2005 group Show, LA Art Core Gallery Los Angeles, CA
2005 Selected Paintings Show, LACMA Los Angeles, CA
2004 Four Korean Contemporary Artists Show, Andrewshire Gallery, L.A. CA
2003 Hon-ik University Alumni Exhibition, Dosan hall Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2002 Hong-ik University Alumni Exhibition, Modern Art gallery
1997 Four Artist Group Show, John N Joe Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1996 “Four Dimension” John N Joe Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1996-1995 “Blessings” 10 Artist Show, John N Joe Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1995 “Who’s Afraid of Freedom” Newport Harbor Museum, Los Angeles, CA
1995 “Inner Echo” Unity Art Center, Los Angeles, CA
1991 “Drawing Seven Artists in L.A” Andrewshire Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1990 5 Artists Exhibition, Andrewshire Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1990 “Six Easels 1990” Korean Culture Center, Los Angeles, CA
1986 5 Artists Exhibition, Simmonson Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1984 Art Exhibition of Korean American Artists in CA, Gallery Scope, Los Angeles, CA
1984 12 CA. Contemporary Korean Artists, Gallery Scope, Los Angeles, CA
1984 Works of Korean, Chinese, Japanese Artists in So. Ca, Korean Cultural Center, L.A. CA
1984 Invitational Exhibit of Korean American in La, Cal state University in Los Angeles.
1983 Asian American Artists in Los Angeles, Gallery Scope, Los Angeles, CA
1983 10 Korean American Artists in Los Angeles, Gallery Scope, Los Angeles, CA
1983 “Abstract Visions”(An Exhibit of Paintings by Three California Artists), Gallery Scope, L.A.
1983 Peintres Contemporaine des Coreennes Un Sejour au ETATS UNITS, Korean Cultural Center, Paris, France
1983 An Exhibit of Paintings by Two Artists, Chabot College Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA
1983 The First Exhibition of Chinese & Korean Artists in Southern CA, Sponsored by The Chinese Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA
1982 “Ye-Won Alumni Group Exhibition, Samil Fine Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1981 The Exhibition of 3 Artists, Simmonson Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
1981 Contemporary Art of California Aian Americans, Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA
1981 “50 Korean Artists of California” Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles, CA
1981 “Departure 82” Japanese Cultural Center, New York