Mi-Young Choi 

Born South Korea, Living and working in London  



2009  BA (Hons) Fine Art -Studio Practice and Contemporary Critical Studies,  Goldsmiths College, London, UK 

2006  Art Extension -Studio Practice and  Art History, Goldsmiths College, London, UK



2017   Lodger, Westminster Reference Library, London, UK (31 May - 9 June)

            Multiple Equation, Taverne Gutenberg, Lyon, France 

2016   Excavating the Sky, The Square Gallery, London, UK ( Two-person Show )
           Qube Arts Open-Migration, Qube Gallery, Oswestry, UK 
           Chroma: Blue, Safehouse2, Peckham, London, UK 

2015   TIAF(The Independent Art Fair), The Rag Factory, London, UK 

            Deptford X ASC Open Studios, Bond House, New Cross, London, UK

            Qube Arts Open-LIFE:Different Perspectives, Qube Gallery, Oswestry, UK

            Summer Arts Prize, Lacey Contemporary Gallery, London, UK

2014   Deptford X-ASC Open Studios, Bond House, New Cross, London. UK

2013   The Columbia Threadneedle Prize, Mall Galleries, London

2011   4482: Rhizosphere, Bargehouse, Oxo Tower, London, UK  

2010   The National Open Art Competition, The Minerva Theatre Gallery,   Chichester, UK 

            Deptford X ASC Open Studios, Bond House, New Cross, London, UK
            Collective Spirit, Turn-Berlin Gallery, Berlin, Germany 
            Citizen, TactileBOSCH Gallery & Studios, Cardiff, Wales, UK 

            Witness, Taylor St. Baristas, 125 Old Broad Street, London, UK ( Solo )
            4th International Arte LagunaArt Prize, Tese di San Cristoforo, Arsenale, Venice,  Italy 

            The Open West, Summerfield Gallery, Cheltenham, UK  

            Sasapari (4482): Korean Contemporary Artists in London, Bargehouse, London, UK 

2009    Degree Show, Goldsmiths College, London

2016   Runner-Up for Qube Open Art Competition 

2014   Longlist for Griffin Art Prize
2013   Finalist for The Columbia Threadneedle Prize 
2010   Finalist for The National Open Arts Competition 
2010   Finalist for  4th Arte Laguna Prize
2010   Shortlist for The Open West