Annie Amelyte Kim

"Art is a form of person's identity."

          With a BFA degree in illustration at SVA, Kim is currently focusing on making sculptures out of plexiglass, paper, and wood; design based on ancient Korean subject matter, which represents her ethnicity.

          As people desire to learn and discover the latest updates, facts, and techniques while holding onto earlier records as resources, she adapts the idea of society being balanced between liberal and conservative.  As a depiction of her background, she uses plexiglass to reveal the new generation and takes Korean traditional objects as references.  Experimenting on abstract and conventional shapes for small decorative elements.  The light reflected by mirrored areas create smudged figuration on the floor or on the walls, portraying of how history and current events are full of mystery and sometimes far from the truth.



Seoul Arts Center

2021 November

2406 Nambusunhwan-ro,

Seochodong, Seocho-gu, Seoul, Korea

Barcelona Contemporary

2021 June 24th - July 11th

Valid World Hall

Event venue in Barcelona, Spain

Affordable Art Fair

Group: Talk To Me Naked

2021 April-May


Expo 39

b.j. spoke gallery's Annual Competition

2020 March

299 Main St. Huntington, NY

Satellite Art Show

2019 Winter

2210 NW Miami Court, Miami, FL

Clio Art Fair

2019 Fall

550 W 29th St. New York, NY

PULSE Miami Beach

2018 Winter

Indian Beach Park

4601 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL

The Tales of Crit #2

2018 Summer

SVA Main Building

209 E 23rd St. New York, NY

Beautiful Loser

2017 Spring

SVA Chelsea Gallery

601 W 26th St. New York, NY