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    Mother’s Tears, 1989
    woodcut print
    75 × 153 cm
    Chonnam National University Museum Collection

    The May Massacre, 1989
    woodcut print
    35 × 130 cm

    The Mower, 1983
    woodcut print
    20 × 29 cm

    Sound of May, 1980
    linocut print
    24 × 35 cm

    Hometown, 1985
    woodcut print
    36 × 39.5 cm
    Courtesy of the artist

     

    Jin-ho Cho (b. 1952, Gwangyang, Korea) studied Art Education and graduated from Chosun University’s College of Education. He has participated in dozens of solo exhibitions and hundreds of group exhibitions such as Gwangju Jeonnam Watercolor Association’s Archive Exhibition: Light of Namdo (Gwangju Museum of Art, Ha Jung woong Museum, Gwangju, 2018), Gwangju Art’s Yesterday and Today (Gwangju Museum of Art, Sangrok Gallery, Gwangju, 2015). He served as the director of the Gwangju Museum of Art and board member of the Gwangju Biennale Foundation. He is also a recipient of the Gwangju Mother Award and Daedong Art Award. He is currently a board member of the Gwangju Art Award.