Kim Sung-Hwan

KIM Sung-Hwan (1975, Seoul) lives and works in New York, where he makes films, radio plays and performances. His work has been shown at film festivals and solo and group exhibitions in museums such as the Tate Modern in London and the Queens Museum in New York. In 2007, he was awarded the Hermès Prize for Contemporary Art and a Prix de Rome. Kim also wrote a book titled Ki-da Rilke about Rainer Maria Rilke's poetry.


(all short) A-DA-DA (2002), Her (2003), Flat White Rough Cut (2004, co-dir), 12 minutes (2005, co-dir), Green Lotte (2005, co-dir), Dog Video (2006), From the Commanding Heights (2007), Summer Days in Keijo (2007), Manahatas Dance (2009), Washing Brain and Corn (2010), Temper Clay (2013)