b. 1991, Conyers, GA Lives and works in New York, NY


2019 Coniunctio, Kyung-Me & Harry Gould Harvey IV, Bureau, New York, NY
2018 Poor Thing, Kyung-Me & Sydney Shen, Hotel Art Pavilion, Brooklyn, NY
Theatre of Cruelty, Ashton Hudgins & Kyung-Me, Museum Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2017 Copy Kitty, Selena Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2016 BAD KOREAN, 17 Essex Gallery, New York, NY


2021 Group Show, in lieu, Los Angeles, CA
untitled Arrangement, Bureau, New York, NY
The Lonely Ones, online exhibition, cur. by Katelyn Eichwald, Fortnight Institute, New York, NY
2020 Until tomorrow: Ten Years of Bureau, Bureau, New York, NY
2019 Liminal States, Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler, Berlin, Germany
Human Nature, Tiger Strikes Android, Brooklyn, NY
Comfort Zone, One Eyed Studios, Brooklyn, NY
2018 NADA Miami, Hotel Art Pavilion, Miami, FL
Cat Lady, Teen Party, Brooklyn, NY
Tails, Next to Nothing Gallery, New York, NY
Through Line, Steve Turner Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Way Out Now, Diane Rosenstein Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
NADA New York, Hotel Art Pavilion, Brooklyn, NY
Wild Seed, Green Gallery, New Haven, CT
2017 First Year Retrospective, 17 Essex Gallery, New York, NY
CatCatDogDog, Louis Fratino & Kyung-Me, The Bermuda Project, Ferguson, MO
2015 The Gates Are Open, Green Gallery, New Haven, CT


2020 illustration in 'A Quest to Discover America’s First Science-Fiction Writer,' by Paul Collins, The New Yorker, November
Rebecca Storm, 'Kyung-Me & Harry Gould Harvey IV's Coniunctio,' Editorial Magazine, January
Danielle Wu, 'House of Worship,' The Offing, January
Johanna Fateman, 'Coniunctio,' The New Yorker, January
2019 Zack Hatfield, ‘Kyung-Me and Harry Gould Harvey IV,', December
illustration series with Kyung-Me, Bomb Magazine, Issue 148, p. 120–123
2018 illustration in ‘Tell Me One More Time What to Do About Grief,’ by Jo Firestone, The New York Times, December
Leah Ollman, ‘When the cover of a book becomes postcard art: Captivating messages in surprising packages,’ Los Angeles Times, August
‘The Hort’s Favorite Artworks from NADA New York’s 2018 Preview,’ Artspace, February
‘Star Painter Jamian Juliano-Villani’s Favorite Works from NADA New York’s 2018 Preview,’ Artspace, February
2017 ‘Kyung Me’s Copy Kitty,’ The Editorial Magazine
Rebecca Fulleylove, ‘Kyung Me’s detailed series tells the tale of a cat struggling with identity,’ It’s Nice That, July
2016 Danielle Wu, ‘A Good Girl Gone Bad Sketches Her Korean American Experience,’ Hyperallergic, October
Rebecca Fulleylove, ‘Kyung Me explores young love in New York through her free-form drawings,’ It’s Nice That, October
Priscilla Frank, ‘Perfectly ‘Bad’ Drawings Depict Your Traumatic Early 20s In Colored Pencil,’ HuffPost, September
Diana Shi, ‘Korean Artist Sketches Awkward Daily Life in Illustrations,’ Vice, September
‘Preview: Kyung Me’s Bad Korean,’ The Editorial Magazine
Korean Foundation for International Cultural Exchange


2020 Copy Kitty, 2d Cloud, Chicago
2016 Bad Korean, Spaceface Books