Jin Meyerson is an American abstract painter who currently lives and works in Seoul.
Born in Incheon City, Korea in 1972, Meyerson was soon adopted into a Jewish-Swedish family from rural Minnesota. He spent his early, formative years in the American Midwest before pursuing his education in fine arts, receiving his BFA from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 1995, and his MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in 1997.
Meyerson started his career in 2003 with the attention of the noted independent curator David Hunt and soon had his first solo show with LFL Gallery in New York City. He moved to Paris in 2006, where he lived and worked for the next four years, until he was invited by the National Museum of Contemporary Art Korea to attend their prestigious residency in Changdong, Seoul. Since then, Meyerson has lived and worked in different parts of Asia and currently resides in Hong Kong.
His paintings have been featured in extensive solo and group exhibitions globally, including: Zach Feuer Gallery, NYC; Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris and Hong Kong; The Saatchi Gallery London; Galerie Nordine Zidoun, Luxembourg; Arario Gallery, Seoul and Cheonan; and Hakgojae Gallery Seoul and Shanghai.
Jin Meyerson’s work can be found in numerous public and private collections, including: the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York; The Saatchi Collection, London; Vanhaerents Art Collection, Brussels; Dean Valentine Collection, Los Angeles; the de la Cruz Collection, Miami; the Speyer Family Collection, New York; the Yuz Foundation, Jakarta/ Shanghai; the Taguchi Art Collection, Tokyo; and the Bangkok O Museum, Bangkok.
BEFORE THE BEGINNING AND AFTER THE END，Contients between us, Incheon, Stereovision, Stagedive, Velvet Revolution, I open my mouth to eat you
|2018||Before the Beginning and After the End, Pearl Lam Gallery, Pedder Bldg, HK|
|A Nexus of Art and Architecture, Zaha Hadid 520W Building, New York
Jin Meyerson Recent work, George Haddad Art, New York
|2016||No Direction Home, Hakgojae Gallery, Seoul|
|2015||Nowadays, Nichido Contemporary Art, Tokyo|
|Endless Frontier 2, Hakgojae Gallery, Shanghai
Rebirth of Opticality, ICAM Museum, Korea
|Endless Frontier, Hakgojae Gallery, Seoul
No Rest for the Wicked, Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery, Hong Kong
|2011||Rare Earth, Yuz Foundation, Jakarta, Indonesia|
|2010||Carpal Fatigue, Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery, Paris|
|2009||Forecast, Arario Gallery, Seoul and Cheonan, Korea|
|2008||There is No Way Out. But Always a Way Through, Galerie Zidoun, Luxembourg|
|2007||Progress is No Longer a Guarantee, Michael Janssen Gallery, Berlin|
|Accidental Tourist, Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery, Paris
High Cholesterol Moment, Zach Feuer Gallery, New York
|More than You Want, Less than You Need, LFL Gallery, New York
Social Distortion, Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery, Paris
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
Chelsea Art Museum, New York
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
The Yuz Foundation, Jakarta
Saatchi Gallery, London
Edouard Carmignac Collection, Paris
Sansab Museum, Bangkok
Taguchi Art Collection, Tokyo
Vanhaerents Collection, Brussels
De la Cruz Collection
Jerry Speyer Family Collection
Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn
Adam and Brittney Levinson
Jim Rodgers and Paige Parker