Kyung Han Kim obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Kangnam University in Korea in 1990 and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Sculpture from Tama Art University in Tokyo, Japan, in 1994.For more than 20 years, Kyung Han Kim’s remarkable work has graced galleries, art fairs and exhibition spaces throughout the world. His pieces have been prominently displayed in Japan, at prestigious venues such as the Yokohama Art Museum; the Fukui City Art and the Kurashiki City Art Museum in Kurashiki. Since 1995, Mr. Kim’s work has been selected almost every year for the annual International Tannan Art Festival, which is held in major cities throughout Japan and features contemporary Asian art. In September 1995, Mr. Kim was awarded the Grand Prize at the International Tannan Art Festival held in Takefu, Japan, for his mixed media piece, “Another Violence.” Kyung Han Kim’s work has also been exhibited by the National Sculptors Association in Korea (2007); the 2002 and 2003 Busan International Sculpture Festival; the 2006 Juried Exhibition of Modern Korean Sculpture; the Busan Sculpture Festival 2004, 2005 and 2006; the 3rd Sancheong International Sculpture Symposium ((2005); the Korean International Art Fair (June 2003); the First Korean International Art Fair (2002); the Busan Metropolitan Art Museum (2001); the Ramat Gan Art Museum, Israel (1999); the Korean Paper Art Exhibition (1998); Artists House, Jerusalem, Israel (1997); the New Asian Art Show (1995) and the Sapporo Light-Art Exhibition (1991).