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Sin Park (b. Seoul, South Korea) currently lives and works between Glasgow and London. She is currently a PhD candidate in Fine Art at Glasgow School of Art. She completed an MA in Painting at the Royal College of Art, London in 2017, and a BFA in Painting from Ewha Womans University, Seoul in 2012. Recent exhibitions include: A cabinet of Curiosities (Brownsword Hepworth Gallery, London 2020), Open Window (Square Gallery, London 2020), Annual Show (The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh 2020), Elephant Lab (Colart, London 2020), Crocodile Tears (Greenpoint Open Studios, New York 2019), Skip-Ad; Play (Savoy Center, Glasgow 2018), Odyssey (Summerhall, Edinburgh 2018), The Arrival (Square Gallery, London 2017), The Abstraction of Continents and The Continent of Abstraction (Lychee One, London 2016), Royal Institute of Oil Painters (Mall Galleries, London 2016). Recent residencies include: Elephant Lab (2020) and Aucart Lab London (2019).

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Sin Park

Sin Park (b. Seoul, South Korea) currently lives and works between Glasgow and London. She is currently a PhD candidate in Fine Art at Glasgow School of Art. She completed an MA in Painting at the Royal College of Art, London in 2017, and a BFA in Painting from Ewha Womans University, Seoul in 2012. Recent exhibitions include: A cabinet of Curiosities (Brownsword Hepworth Gallery, London 2020), Open Window (Square Gallery, London 2020), Annual Show (The Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh 2020), Elephant Lab (Colart, London 2020), Crocodile Tears (Greenpoint Open Studios, New York 2019), Skip-Ad; Play (Savoy Center, Glasgow 2018), Odyssey (Summerhall, Edinburgh 2018), The Arrival (Square Gallery, London 2017), The Abstraction of Continents and The Continent of Abstraction (Lychee One, London 2016), Royal Institute of Oil Painters (Mall Galleries, London 2016). Recent residencies include: Elephant Lab (2020) and Aucart Lab London (2019).

Grounded in the firm belief that the art world must reflect an increasingly globalized marketplace, Grove Collective was established as a means to actualize a collective conception of what the art world can become when it works to benefit increasingly exciting and active new markets, not only an established collectorship. In doing so, the gallery exhibits exciting work from around the world, easing bottlenecks that prevent artists from selling their work, and making art from a diverse range of practitioners available to an equally diverse collector base.