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Francesca Cho


berlin 2005
edinburgh 2006
copenhagen 2010


Francesca Cho - transitstation berlin 2005Francesca Cho - transitstation berlin 2005

Francesca Cho - transitstation berlin 2005

transitstation berlin 2005

Poetical live art installation and performance
Who can live without love?
I am reciting three poems, one from where I was born, one from where I live and one from where I am visiting. The three poets wrote about love: the Korean poet wrote about love of country, the English poet wrote about love of life, and the Scottish poet wrote about romantic love.

Francesca Cho is a highly talented artist who has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad, including the Republic of Korea - her homeland. For 15 years she has lived and worked in London, where she studied at Goldsmiths College and at Chelsea College of Art and Design


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Francesca Cho - transitstation edinburgh 2006

transitstation edinburgh 2006

Educational Background
1999 - 2000   MA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art & Design, London
1998 - 1999   PGC Fine Art, Goldsmiths College University of London
1994 - 1997   BA (Hons) Fine Art Printmaking & Painting, University of East London
1992 - 1993   2 Years of the B.A. Fine Art Printing, Kangnung National University, Korea
2006   'Pious Garden', theshopatbluebird, London (Rolawn)
2002   The Dignity of Man , Peace Gallery, Seoul
2001   Never-ending Story, Museum of Fullham Palace, London
2001   Endless Possibility, BMC Gallery, Brighton, UK
1998   Red Green Blue World, Central YMCA, London
Selected Goup Exhibitions
2008   'Free Words', Mayfair Library, London (Rolawn)
'Sacred', Novas Gallery, London (selected by Novas Group)
'Garibaldi200years', Museo Storico di Bergamo, Italy
2007   'Rags in the Wind II', Botanical Garden of the University of Graz, Austria (City of Graz)
'British East Asian Art', West Wing Arts Centre, UK (Art Council England)
'Wonderful Ephemeral', Primo Piano Livingallery, Italy
2006   '10 Years Asia House', in Asia House, London
'Londonbiennelearcadia', The Stables Gallery, UK
'transitstation' Ocean Terminal, Edinburgh
2005   'Challenge the Nail 2005', Salon des Arts, London
'Blueprint 2005', Berliner Kunstsalon-museumMAN, Berlin
'Unclaimed Luggage', The Circulo de Arts, Madrid
'transitstation', Gebauer Höfe, Berlin (British Council)
2004   'Seen & Unseen', Broadway Gallery, New York
'Museum MAN', Liverpool Biennial, UK
2003   'Changing Channels', Backfabrik, Berlin
'Align', Gallery Korea, Korean Cultual Centre, New York
2002   Arcadia in The City, Marble Hill House, London
2001   'Come Rain or Shine', Kinnijospace, Hamburg
'Trajectories', Castelinho do Flamengo Rio de Janeiro (Museu do Telephone, National Art Foundation)
2000   'Londonasian 2000', 291 Gallery, London
1999   'Bankside Browser', Tate Gallery of Modern Art, London
1998   'Summer Open Show', Clapham Art Gallery, London
1997   'Finalist Show', Logos Gallery, London
'Gallery Opening Show', Student Gallery, London
Selected Publications
Fetzen im Wind II, Austria - Oremus, Westminster Cathedral, London - Challenge the Nail, London - The Dignity of Man, Seoul - Arcadia in the City, English Heritage UK - Vogue Korea - Trajectories Museum of Telecommunications, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Sunday Telegraph, UK - O.Globo TV, Brazil - Journal do Brazil - The Guardian Guide, UK - BBC Berkshire, UK - Worldnet, KBS TV, Korea - Korean Weekly, UK - The Korea Times, NY - The Catholic, The Peace Times, Korea - International Herald Tribune, Korea - DIY week UK - Londonkoreanlinks, UK - The Euro Journal - Glee Birmingham UK - PBC TV Korea