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2016      Completed a Ph.D. course in Fine Arts at Dongguk University, Korea
2005     MFA in the Dept. of Traditional True Colored Painting, Hansung University, Korea
2001      BFA in the Dept. of Fine Arts(Oriental Painting), Hansung University, Korea

2017      Correspondence, alter.ego
2014      Leopard Masterpiece, Gallery Hanok , ADAMAS253 Gallery Invitation Exhibit
2012      Tiger Skin Pattern holding Grand Events, Gallery GAHOEDONG60 Invitation Exhibit
2010      Welcome. Illusion, AKA Gallery Invitation Exhibit
              In the Public Eye, THE K Gallery Invitation Exhibit
2009     Daily Traces_ Memories of the Brush, Gallery Godo

2017      Queens : ENVISIONING HABITATS, Flushing Town Hall, New York
              Art up Rouen, art fair, France
              Si’Art Strassbourg, art fair, France
              Hanover Art Fair, Germany
              Ink Time 21, Hanwon Museum of Art, Seoul
              The Origin of Our Coloring, "Jinchae," Beopgo Changshin 2017, Dongdeok Art Gallery, Seoul
              Seoul in Essen, Essen Gallery, Germany
              Contemporary Art Trend, Ami Museum of Art, Dangjin
       Person_Talight, Grimson Gallery, Seoul

2007     2nd Gangneung Dano Seohwajeon Special, Gangneung Culture and Arts Center
              The 1st Herald Traditional Culture and Arts Exhibition, Ansan Culture and Arts Center
2006     31st Korea Traditional Crafts Festival Encouragement Award, Seoul Traditional Culture Center
       21st Korea Buddhist Exhibition, Insa Art Center
2004     20th Korea Buddhist Exhibition Special, Insa Art Center
2003      6th Angyeon Art Exhibition Oriental Painting Special, Seosan Cultural Center
2001      11th Korean War, Gwangju Biennale


Jeong Hae Jin uses "Jinchae" technique which was used by painters in palace during Joseon Dynasty. She also works at Jinchae Research Institute, works on development of traditional Korean silk coloring. Jeong was fascinated by the intense, vivid colors of portraits of the royals and decorations in the museum. Buddhist paintings and tomb murals from Goryeo and Goguryeo Dynasty were of the same materials. Jeong became more fascinated by the fact that Jinchae is used on transparent silk background and express the colorful and serious Buddhist paintings and since then she's been working with silk using its transparency and Jinchae.

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