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Dong-Yeon Koh


Dong-Yeon Koh(Korea), Ph. D. has served as a mentor and committee in art residencies and museums in South Korea while publishing academic essays and books on contemporary Korean art with a focus on popular culture, gender theory, and memory studies. Her 40 academic papers and 200 art criticism have been published in academic journals worldwide including Inter-Asia Journal of Cultural Studies (Routledge), Flash Art, Modern Art Asia, Photography and Culture (Routledge), and Positions (Duke University Press). Koh’s recently published books include From Softpower to Goods: Alternative Forms of Exhibitions and Populist Artistic Practices in Post-1990s East Asian Art (Seoul, 2018), Korean War and Post-memory Generation: The Arts and Films in South Korea (London: Routledge, 2021). She is co-writing Modern and Contemporary Korean Art in Context (1950-Now) (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2024) with Professor Jungsil Lee. She is currently an adjunct professor at Ewha Womans University. 

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