Tai Hwa Goh
Tai Hwa Goh is a Korean-born artist who primarily works with printmaking and paper installation. Goh received a MFA degree at the University of Maryland in 2004 specializing in printmaking and sculpture. She also received a MFA in printmaking at Seoul National University (Korea) in 2000. Goh has had over 10 solo exhibitions and numerous group shows including IPCNY (NY), Carriage House (Islip Museum, NY),Flashpoint Gallery (DC): Gallery Aferro(NJ), AIR Gallery(NY),Arlington Arts Center (VA), School33 (MD), and the Consular Office at Embassy of Korea (DC and NY). She has been awarded grants and residencies from Evergreen Museum & Library (MD), Vermont Studio Center (NY), and Lower East Side Print Shop (NY).
Her works are included in the collection of the DC City Hall, Lower East Side Print Shop, and University of Maryland. Goh creates artwork in which an innovative integrated medium of printmaking is put together to create a new art form that is symbolic and physical. She currently lives and works out of Fort Lee, New Jersey.