Exhibitions

Unless noted otherwise, the place is Seoul, Korea.

Solo and duo exhibitions:

  • Graphic West 9: Sulki & Min. Curated by Goto Tetsuya. Kyoto DDD Gallery. 16 January–19 March 2021 → Link
  • 1,056 Hours. Whistle. 11 September–24 October 2020 → Link
  • Sulki and Min: Perigee 060421–170513. Perigee Gallery. 9 March–13 May 2017.→ Link
  • Cryptographic Imagination 4: Sulki and Min. 7½ project. Song Bok-eun Foundation. 27 August–1 October 2016 → Link
  • Off-White Paper: On the Brno Biennial and Education. Accompanying exhibition, 26th International Biennial of Graphic Design Brno. Moravian Gallery in Brno. 19 June–26 October 2014 → Link
  • Really?. Choi Sulki solo exhibition. Space Hamilton. 16 April–6 May 2010 → Link
  • Kinross, Modern typography (1992, 2004, 2009). Choi Sung Min solo exhibition. Gallery Factory. 13 March–5 April 2009 → Link
  • Sulki & Min: Kimjinhye 080402–080414. Kimjinhye Gallery. 2–14 April 2008 → Link
  • Sulki & Min: Factory 060421–060513. Gallery Factory. 21 April–13 May 2006 → Link

Group exhibitions:

  • Contactless. Fourteenth exhibition of the Korean Society of Typography. Online. 8 December 2020–28 February 2021 → Link
  • Publishing as Method. Art Sonje Center. 30 October–20 December 2020 → Link
  • Art Plant Asia 2020: Hare Way Object. Deoksugung Palace. 23 October–22 November 2020 → Link
  • Born, A woman. Suwon Museum of Art. 8 September 2020–10 January 2021 → Link
  • Around Seoul* Independent Graphic Design. Curated by Chris Hamamoto. CCA Hubbell Street Galleries, San Francisco. 21 January–6 February 2020 → Link
  • SMSM10. Audio Visual Pavilion. 10–30 October 2019. SMSM (Sasa[44], Park MeeNa, Choi Sulki, and Choi Sung Min) solo exhibition → Link
  • Life Is Colorful. Seoul Color Park. 30 September–5 October 2019. Organized by Hanwha Corporation and SBS as part of Seoul International Fireworks Festival
  • Gwangju Design Biennale. 7 September–31 October 2019
  • Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?. Seoul Museum of Art. 27 August–20 October 2019. Participated with Sasa[44] and Park MeeNa as SMSM → Link
  • What about: 29th Brno International Graphic Design Biennial 2020. The White, Tokyo. 30 July–29 August 2019 → Link
  • Take ( ) at Face Value. Curated by Kim Kim Gallery. Korean Cultural Centre Australia Gallery, Sydney. 28 June–27 September 2019 → Link
  • CommUNITY. Pier 27, The Embarcadero, San Francisco. 20 June 2019 → Link
  • Letra/Tone: Festival of Graphics and Music. Radialsystem, Berlin. 8–10 March 2019 → Link
  • Disrupt the Channel. Transient Space, Manchester School of Art. 15–26 October 2018 → Link
  • An Elephant in the Room. 7½ project. Jakarta History Museum. 2–31 October 2018 → Link
  • Seoul ♥ See You Tomorrow ♥ Pyeongyang. Seoul Design Week 2018. Dongdaemun Design Plaza. 17–26 September 2018
  • A Tale of Two Cities: Narrative Archive of Memories III. 7½ project. National Gallery of Indonesia, Jakarta. 13–29 September 2018 → Link
  • TE 13: Photography and Typography. Thirteenth exhibition of the Korean Society of Typography. In the Paper Gallery. 23 May–5 June 2018 → Link
  • A Tale of Two Cities: Narrative Archive of Memories II. 7½ project. Gimhae Arts and Sports Center. 8–29 March 2018
  • Poster Polyglot. TTHQ, Rotterdam. 1 December 2017–­13 January 2018 → Link
  • New Public Design 2017: Hello, Stranger. Culture Station Seoul 284. 10–30 November 2017 → Link
  • Seoullo Media Canvas Opening Exhibition. Manri-dong Square. 21 September–20 December 2017. Participated with Sasa[44] and Park MeeNa as SMSM → Link
  • Typojanchi 2017. Culture Station Seoul 284. 15 September–29 October 2017 → Link
  • Flags for the Earth. Design Biennale Zurich. Alter Botanischer Garten, Zurich. 7–10 September 2017 → Link
  • 8 Works, Collections of the Artists. Choi Sulki participated as a solo artist. Audio Visual Pavilion. 1–30 September 2017 → Link
  • TE 12. Twelfth exhibition of the Korean Society of Typography. In the Paper Gallery. 21 July–4 August 2017 → Link
  • A Tale of Two Cities: Narrative Archive of Memories. 7½ project. Arko Art Centr. 21 July–3 September 2017 → Link
  • Typographic Design in China Invitation Exhibition. China TDC 2017. Nanshan Museum, Shenzhen. 23 April–15 May 2017 → Link
  • Cracks in the Concrete. National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA), Gwacheon. 19 April 2017–29 April 2018 → Link
  • Korea: Design + Poster. Die neue Sammlung, Munich. 4 March–18 June 2017 → Link
  • Shifting Objectives: Design from the M+ Collection. M+, Hong Kong. 30 November 2016–5 February 2017
  • On Posters. Poster Issue 2016 main exhibition. 315-7 Sangsu-dong, Mapo-gu. 3–13 November 2016 → Link
  • An Incomplete List Beijing. Jingren’s Paperlogue, Beijing. 29 October–29 December 2016
  • Void. National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA). 12 October 2016–5 February 2017. Participated with Seo Hyun-Suk and Kim Seonghee as Ob.scene
  • 35 Designer’s City Project: Seoul. Guest City Seoul program, Beijing Design Week. 751 D-Park, Beijing. 26 September–6 October 2016 → Link
  • I Love Seoul. AGI Special Project program, Seoul Design Week. Dongdaemun Design Plaza. 25–29 September 2016
  • Seoul Smart Mobility. Dongdaemun Design Plaza. 22 September–2 October 2016
  • As the Moon Waxes and Wanes. National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA), Gwacheon. 19 August 2016–12 February 2017. Participated with Sasa[44] and Park MeeNa as SMSM → Link
  • United Notions ’16. Tsvetnoy Art Basement, Moscow. 20–26 May 2016
  • United Notions ’16. Taiga, St. Petersburg. 28 April–1 May 2016
  • Rituals. Special exhibition, Art Paris Art Fair. Grand Palais, Paris. 31 March–3 April 2016
  • Look Motifs Exhibition for the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games. Dongdaemun Design Plaza. 11–17 November 2015
  • Hangul Designer Choi Jeongho [in Korean]. Ahn Graphics Gallery 16-si, Paju. 9 October–8 November 2015
  • Kill the Fathers: Posters from South Korea. Special exhibition, Weltformat 15: Plakatfestival Luzern. Zwischenzeitraum, Lucerne. 26 September–4 October 2015
  • Korea Now! Craft, Design, Fashion and Graphic Design in Korea. Musée des Arts décoratifs, Paris. 19 September 2015–3 January 2016
  • Pangrammar. P!, New York. 18 September–1 November 2015
  • Graphic Symphonia. National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. 11 August–18 October 2015
  • Megastudy. Audio Visual Pavilion. 22 May–28 June 2015. Participated with Sasa[44] and Park MeeNa as SMSM
  • How Posters Work. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York. 8 May 2015–24 January 2015 → Link
  • Hermès Foundation Misulsang. Atelier Hermès. 19 December 2014–15 February 2015
  • Systems 14. Walter Knoll, Beijing. 21 November–5 December 2014
  • Matrix: Mathematics_Heart of Gold and the Abyss. National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. 12 August 2014–11 January 2015
  • All Possible Futures. SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco. 14 January–13 February 2014
  • Spectrum Spectrum. Plateau. 24 July–12 October 2014
  • Type Trip to Hong Kong. K11 Art Space, Hong Kong. 11 January–9 March 2014
  • No Mountain High Enough. Audio Visual Pavilion. 28 November 2013–25 January 2014
  • The Sixth Exhibition of the Korean Society of Typography. Gallery Sagakhyeong. 29 June–11 July 2013
  • Dream Society. The Brilliant Art Project. Culture Station Seoul 284. 20 April–26 May 2013
  • Artist’s Portfolio. Savina Museum of Contemporary Art. 20 March–24 May 2013
  • Type Trip to Osaka. DDD Gallery, Osaka. 18 January–2 March 2013
  • Graphic Design: Now in Production. Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. 29 September 2012–6 January 2013
  • Graphic Design: Now in Production. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, New York. 26 May–3 September 2012
  • Life A User’s Manual. Culture Station Seoul 284. 14 September–4 November 2012. Participated with Sasa[44] and Park MeeNa as SMSM
  • Bond the Moment. 2012 Henkel InnoART Project. Alt Space Loop. 29 March–24 May 2012
  • Vitality: Korean Young Designers. Triennale di Milano Design Museum, Milan. 28 October 2011–19 February 2012
  • Graphic Design: Now in Production. Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 11 October 2011–22 January 2012
  • Redundância: The Usefulness of Repetition. EXD’11 Lisboa special exhibition. 30 September–27 November 2011
  • Gwangju Design Biennale 2011. 2 September–23 October 2011. Participated with Sasa[44] and Park MeeNa as SMSM
  • Typojanchi 2011. Calligraphy Art Museum of Seoul Arts Center. 30 August–14 September 2011
  • Paul Renner: The Art of Typography. The Book Society. 13–20 May 2011
  • The Way Beyond Art: Wide White Space. CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco. 20 January–5 February 2011
  • Graphic Interactive Exhibition. Special exhibition, IGDB6: International Graphic Design Biennial, Ningbo 2010. Ningbo Museum of Art. 30 December 2010–16 January 2011
  • Graphic Method. Miel Gallery. 11–18 November 2010
  • Korea souvenir stamp design competition. KCDF Gallery. 3–30 November 2010
  • Strange Books. Organized by the Korean Society of Typography. Seoul Art Space Seogyo. 7–12 September 2010
  • Works in the Open Air. Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art, Ansan. 9 July–31 October 2010
  • Inflation of Radical Phrases as Opposed to a Lack of Radical Action. Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht. 28–29 June 2010. Part of the research project Surfing the Black
  • Graphic Design Festival Breda. 8–30 May 2010
  • DHUB Celebrate. Sala Balcó Arts Santa Mònica, Barcelona. 22–25 April 2010
  • Visible Poetry. Organized by the Korean Society of Typography. KDF Gallery D+. 1–10 February 2010
  • The Power of Color. Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art Handspan Gallery project. Danwon Health Center, Ansan. 3 December 2009–2 December 2010. Participated with Sasa[44] and Park MeeNa as SMSM
  • 100 Daehangro. Arko Art Center. 22 May–5 July 2009. Participated with Sasa[44]
  • Platform in Kimusa. Former Military Security Headquarters. 3–25 September 2009
  • Works from Mars. Estonia Academy of Arts, Tallinn. 16–27 October 2008
  • Festival Bo:m 2008. Korea National University of Arts. 22 March–5 April 2008
  • International Jury’s exhibition, IGDB5: International Poster Biennial, Ningbo 2008. Ningbo Museum of Art. 28 November–14 December 2008
  • Strange Showrooms 12. Irving Place. 1–31 August 2008
  • Anyang Public Art Project 2007. 18 October–20 November 2008
  • Design Show! Show! Show!: Design Now. Hangaram Design Museum. 15–26 December 2007
  • SO.S. The Bus. 21–31 December 2007
  • The Rules of the Game. Hangaram Design Museum. 7 August–22 September 2007
  • Works from Mars. Accompanying exhibition, 22nd International Biennial of Graphic Design Brno. Moravian Gallery in Brno. 14 June–1 October 2006
  • Different but All the Same [in Korean]. Organized by the National Human Rights Commission of Korea. Gwanghwamun Gallery. 29 November–12 December 2006
  • Frame Builders. Insa Art Space. 24 May–2 July 2006
  • Graphic Design in the White Cube. Accompanying exhibition, 22nd International Biennial of Graphic Design Brno. Moravian Gallery in Brno. 13 June–15 October 2006 → Link
  • Hangul Dada 2. dArt Gallery. 13–22 December 2006
  • No Paper: Experimental Poster Exhibition of 12 Designers. Special exhibition, IGDB4: International Poster Biennial, Ningbo 2006. Ningbo Museum of Art. 25–28 November 2006
  • De best verzorgde boeken 2004 / The best designed books 2004. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. 21 October–4 December 2005
  • 50 Books / 50 Covers of 2004. AIGA National Design Center, New York. 30 September–29 November 2005
  • Parallel Life. Frankfurters Kunstverein. 5 October–4 December 2005
  • Quicksand. De Appel, Amsterdam. 2 April–23 May 2004. Choi Sulki participated as a solo artist
  • This Is Not a Love Letter: Flyer Project Seoul. Marronnier Art Center. 5–22 August 2004

Exhibitions curated by Sulki and/or Min:

  • “Common Interests: For a Conversation of Young Asian Graphic Designers,” a section of Solidarity Spores, directed by Kim Sungwon. Co-curated with Goto Tetsuya. Asia Culture Center, Gwangju. 15 May–25 October 2020
  • The W Show: A List of Graphic Designers. Curated by Choi Sulki with Chae Lee and and Na Kim. SeMA Storage. 8 December 2017–12 January 2018 → Link
  • Graphic Design, 2005–2015, Seoul. Curated by Choi Sung Min and Kim Hyungjin. Ilmin Museum of Art. 25 March–29 May 2016 → Link
  • Typojanchi 2013: Seoul International Typography Biennale. Directed by Choi Sung Min. Culture Station Seoul 284. 30 August–11 October 2013 → Link