Born in 1960, South Korea. Lives and works in London and Copenhagen.

1986-1990 BA, Hongik University, Seoul, Korea
1991 Ecoles D’ART Internationals, De Fontainbleu, France
1991-1995 Art Students League of New York, New York, USA
2018 -2019 MA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2020 ‘Home’, Project presented by Skipwiths, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
2019 ‘Symbiosis’, Skipwiths, Saatchi Gallery, London UK
2016 ‘Inner light ’, Gallery Gongsan, Daegu, Korea
2015 Space of Being II’, Gallery Gongsan, Daegu, Korea
2012 Art Show Busan, Busan, Korea
‘Space of Being’, Gallery Gongsan, Daegu, Korea
2008 ‘Talking Pillow’, Boundary Project, London, UK
2005 Ansung Juksan International Art Festival, Ansung, Korea
2002 ‘Black Pulse’, Copenhagen Art Fair, Copenhagen, Denmark
Stockholm Art Fair, Stockholm, Sweden
2001 Galeri Frahm, Copenhagen, Denmark
Henning Art Fair, Henning, Denmark
Stockholm Art Fair, Stockholm, Sweden
2000 Copenhagen Art Fair, Copenhagen, Denmark
Galeri Frahm, Copenhagen, Denmark
1999 Stockholm Art Fair, Stockholm, Sweden
‘Sarina’, Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York, USA
1998 ‘Breath’, Galerie Luc Queyrel, Paris, France
Museum of Contemporary Art, Washington D.C., USA
Stefan Peter & Mark Irizarry, New York, USA
1997 ‘Cyclorama’, Gallery Palco, Cologne, Germany
1996 ‘Inner View’, Insa Gallery, Seoul, Korea
1994 ‘Orgasm I’, Artsphere Gallery, Seoul, Korea
‘Orgasm II: the nature’, Broome Street Gallery, New York, USA

Selected Group Exhibition
2019 MFA degree show, Chelsea School of Art, London, UK
2019 London Art Fair, Islington Design Centre, London, UK

2020 ‘Home’, accompanying catalogue, Foreward written by Heejin No, text written by Marcelle Joseph, ‘Interview’, written by Ruth Millington
2011 “My canvas is an instrument reflecting inner voice”, Yeongnam Daily, 25 October
“Life, Cosmic Energy, Unconsciousness – Esthetics of Abstract”, Yeongnam Daily, 22 October
1999 “Voksevaeker” POLITIKEN 2 SEKTION, December
1998 “Reviews: recent exhibitions, Paek Kyung Ok” ARTICULATE, Issue NO.29
“An Artist’s Breath of Life at MOCA” written by Ferdinando Protzmann (Washington Post, May 28)

Private collections in UK, Denmark, Sweden, France, Germany, Austria, Romania, US, Colombia, Korea and etc.

2002 Most of Ceviga’s artworks were lost in fire accident in Denmark.