Visual Artist
Founder of JCC ARTS STUDIO (JOJOO Collaborative Creative Arts Studio)
University lecturer






A contemporary Korean painting artist JUHEON CHO (b.1987) is from Seoul, South Korea. She received two separate degrees in Korean painting, Fine art, and printmaking from Ewha Womans University in Seoul and studied her masters in Fine art at Goldsmiths University of London. After that, she worked as an artist traveling back and forth between the UK and Korea, she had four solo exhibitions starting with her first solo exhibition ‘The Little boy and a toxic Land’ in London in 2015 and was invited to ‘Tamed by spectacle - the opaqueness of image (The muse at 269 Gallery/London)’, ‘A spectacle fever ; media between real and digital (Gallery Dos/Seoul)’, ‘Flat digital (Chungmuro Media Centre/Seoul - Supported by the city of Seoul)’. She had invited and collaborated with Exhibitions and collaborations with other artists at ‘DIGITDISCO: THE BODY IN THE AGE OF DIGITAL (The showroom/London), ‘Media Ecstasy (Kyoungbook University Museum/Daegu)’, ‘Future with Arts (Daegu art factory/Daegu)’, ‘Geeky Zone (K Museum of contemporary art/Seoul)’ and etc. She is an artist who always raised a question on the boundary between reality and digital based on Korean painting. After returning to Seoul from London, she taught contemporary art and Painting at Daegu University and Kyungpook University, and currently lives and works as an artist in Berlin, Germany.