From a young age BiHop was noticed for her artistic talent. However, due to her parents strong opposition and her diagnosis with psychopathy (paranoia) in 2000 she had to suppress her dreams and even had to stop working as an English Grammar teacher. After years of struggle, BiHop finally managed to paint again in 2006. She successfully staged her first exhibition and published her first poetry works in 2007.

BiHop is deeply absorbed in the philosophies of Merleau Ponty and Deleuze. Her works express movement and sound, so several objects depicted in a painting may actually suggest different movements of a single object. A recurring theme of her paintings is the depiction of two or more identical animals whose images are linked or overlap like “Siamese twins”, suggesting the movements of one single animal, also a metaphor for the division of her country, North and South Korea.

Phone:   +82 10 7387 0417

Addresss: 
Moonchon maeul 12th 1203-604, Juyeop-dong, Ilsan seo-gu, Goyang, Gyeonggi, South Korea

Artist’s Work

BiHop

Sofa of Marie-Therese (2019)
Oil and Acrylic on canvas 

BiHop

Panda (2019)
Oil and Acrylic on canvas 

BiHop

Mirror of the Bartender (2019)

BiHop

Eagle-owl, (2019) 
Oil and Acrylic on canvas

BiHop

A painting of the Painting, (2019) 
Oil and Acrylic on canvas 

BiHop

Rock of the Wanderer (2019)
Oil and Acrylic on canvas

BiHop

Ostrich (2019)
Oil and Acrylic on canvas 

BiHop

Jar of the Sunflowers, (2019)  
Oil and Acrylic on canvas 

BiHop

Bull, (2019)  
Oil and Acrylic on canvas