Studio Printmakers' Collective


Shin-young Park is a Korean-born New Zealander, who moved to Auckland in 1991 with her family. She completed Bachelor degree (1998) and Master degree (2003) in Fine Arts at the Elam School of Fine Art at the University of Auckland.

After having several solo shows and group shows in Auckland, Park moved to Singapore in 2006. Park continues to showcase her print works through art galleries in Singapore, participate in group shows, overseas exchange shows, art fairs, workshops, international residency programs and charity auctions.

Park has won the “Iris Fisher Art Award (Best Contemporary)” in Auckland in 2005 and nominated as a “most Outstanding Emerging Artist” in Art Singapore 2009.

She was selected to participate in “Incheon Art Platform Artists- in- Residence Program” (2014) and “Asia Pacific Artists Fellowship Program”, organized by the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Seoul (2012). Her works were commissioned by Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Singapore (2008) and Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore (2010).

 Though the years, she touched on various subject matters but her main passion and interest have been about the life of under-privileged people in our society.

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