Maria Park's work, which ranges from serially-based paintings to site-specific installations that combine studio-produced and manufactured objects, explores the cultural and political implications of natural and artificial presence within the ordinations of a technologically driven society. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally at venues such as the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art and the Seoul National University Museum of Art, and is the recipient of awards including the MFA Grant Award from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and the Korea Arts Foundation of America Award. Currently, she resides in Ithaca, NY where she is an assistant professor in the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning at Cornell University. She is represented by Margaret Thatcher Projects in New York and Toomey Tourell Fine Art in San Francisco.
San Francisco, CA