Yangbin Park received his BFA in Studio Art in 2011 from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and his MFA in Printmaking in 2013 from Tyler School of Art and Architecture, Temple University. He was a member of the Art faculty at Chungnam National University and is currently a visiting professor at Muhlenberg College. Park’s work has been written about in the thesis paper at California State University in Chico, Printeristing, and Newcity Art. He has been actively involved in residencies and workshops internationally. His works are included in the public collections of the China Printmaking Museum, Contemporary Center for the Arts, and El Minia University. Solo exhibition venues include Temple Contemporary, Philadelphia, PA, Air Space Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, and Seoul Art Center, Korea. Group exhibition highlights include In Front of Strangers, I Sing at Woodmere Museum of Art, Neighborhood Workshop at Asian Art Initiative, Philadelphia, PA, Pushing Boundaries-Expanding Horizons at Janet Turner Print Museum, Chico, CA and New Prints 2020/Summer Exhibition at International Print Center New York (IPCNY). Park is one of the finalists of the 94th Annual International Competition at Print Center and the Exhibition Merit Award recipient at Janet Turner Print Museum and the New Prints Mentorship Award at IPCNY. Drawing from a various range of a shared visual culture and socially-minded references including but not limited to personal narrative, historical events, local/global phenomena, and contemporary literature, Park’s work examines the intersection of identity, place, and history.