Born 1981, currently lives and works in New York


Education

2011 MFA Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts, New York, US
2008 BFA Sculpture, Hongik University, Seoul, KR


Solo Exhibitions

2016
Jong Oh, Marc Straus Gallery, New York, US
Sotto Voce, UCONN Contemporary Art Galleries, Connecticut, US

2015
Lodestone, Galerie Jochen Hempel, Leipzig, DE
AIR, Krinzinger Projekte, Vienna, AT

2014
Lodestone, MARSO, Mexico City, MX

2013
Tintinnabulation, Marc Straus Gallery, New York, US
Jong Oh, Galerie Jochen Hempel, Berlin, DE

2012
Jong Oh, Marc Straus Gallery, New York, US
Position, Reposition, Musee Miniscule, Art in General, New York, US


Group Exhibitions

2017
Between I & Thou, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, New York, US

2016
The Global South: Visions and Revisions, Saludarte Foundation, Miami, US
Dialogue, MARSO, Mexico City, MX
The Apotheosis Of The Fish Market, Marc Straus Annex, New York, US

2015
Spaceliner, ARTER, Istanbul, TR
Dealing With Surfaces, GAK, Bremen, DE
Floating And Sinking, Gallery Factory, Seoul, KR
Meeting Point, Korean Cultural Center, Washington DC, US
Barely There, Lesley Heller Workspace, New York, US
Gray Would Be The Color, If I Had A Heart., Marc Straus Gallery, New York, US

2014
Installation View, Nassauischer Kunstverein Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden, DE
On What There Might Not Be, Galería Libertad, Querétaro, MX
Xigue-Xigue, Marc Straus Gallery, New York, US
Extending The Line 3D, C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore, US
Along The Lines, Marc Straus Gallery, New York, US
On What There Might Not Be, MARSO, Mexico City, MX

2013
Superposition: Observing Realities, Trinity Museum, New York, US
On Deck, Marc Straus Gallery, New York, US
Tugged, Kabinett, Hannover, DE
Nothing and Everything, Marc Straus Gallery, New York, US

2012
8 Artsits Making Sculpture, BRIC, New York, US
The Itinerary of Mobility and Translation, Korean Cultural Service, New York, US
Divided By Zero, Artgate Gallery, New York, US
Home, The Willows, New York, US

2011
First Look III, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, New York, US
Status! Status! Status!, Interstate Projects, New York, US
Imprecise Geometry, 308 at 156 Project Artspace, New York, US
Fragmentation, Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, New York, US
Urban Legend, Vaudeville Park, New York, US

2010
Subtle Anxiety, Doosan Gallery, New York, US
More and Less, SVA Gallery, New York, US

2009
Base Station 51-18, Orange Gallery, Seoul, KR
Mr. Gubo's Studio, Gyoha Art Center, Paju, KR

2008
Wild Artist Sanctuary, Soop Gallery, Seoul, KR

2007
The Memory of Earth, Jebiwool Museum, Gwacheon, KR
Canada Cool Connected, Embassy of Canada, Seoul, KR
Your Bag & My Bag, 13.1 Gallery, Seoul, KR


Grants, Awards & Residencies

2016
MARSO Residency, MARSO, Mexico City, MX

2014
Krinzinger Residency, Krinzinger Projekte, Vienna, AT
Peekskill Waterfornt Project, New York, US

2012
Swing Space Residency, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, US
Grant for Artist in Residence Abroad Program, Arts Council Korea, Seoul, KR


Bibliography

2017
The Apotheosis of the Fish Market at Marc Straus Annex, Jonathan Goodman, Whitehot Magazine

2016
Artseen, Taney Roniger, The Brooklyn Rail
Luminous Visibility, Robert C. Morgan, World Sculpture News Magazine
10 Things to Do in New York's Art World Before February 8, Paul Laster, OBSERVER
Jong Oh's Shapes of Perturbation at Marc Straus Gallery, Matilde Soligno, Droste Effect

2015
Galleries: Big Brother Is Watching, Mark Jenkins, The Washington Post
Arter's New Exhibition Focuses On Lines And Drawings, Kaya Genc, Daily Sabah
O는 생각한다 '나는 흑인이고 에스파뇰이고 한국인이고 혼자인 동시에 그들 모두다'라고, 빙앤띵, being and thing

2014
Cage Match, Kevin McGarry, ARTFORUM
Jong Oh En Marso Galería De Arte Contemporáneo, JF Huerta, ARTINDF
La Crítica: Casi Nada, Lorenzo Rocha, Milenio

2013
Berlin's Best, 2013, Travis Jeppesen, Art in America
Berlin Art Weekend 2013. Focus Su Jong Oh e Oscar Murillo, Valentina Galossi, ARTNOISE
Top 10 NYC Artists Now, Katie Cercone, REVOLT Magazine

2012
Artseen, Robert C. Morgan, The Brooklyn Rail
LMCC hosts open studio weekend at Governor's Island Arts Center, Jennifer Eberhart, Examiner

2011
The Voices Emerging From College Studios, Susan Hodara, The New York Times

2010
City Life Becomes Art in New Exhibit, Tara Kyle, DNAinfo New York