Hwa Young Choi Caruso was born and educated in Seoul, Korea. She received her doctorate in College Teaching of Art at T.C. Columbia University (2004), completed a MFA at the University of Connecticut (1991) and a BFA at Ewha Womans University in Seoul, Korea (1983). She studied for two summers at Yale University, and in England. Currently Dr. Caruso is an Assistant Professor of Art at Molloy College in Rockville Centre, NY. She was an adjunct professor at Western Connecticut State University and the University of Connecticut (Storrs). She lectured at Harvard University, Yale University, University of Connecticut, Central CT State University, Southern CT State University and the Silvermine Art Center.
Hwa Young had solo exhibitions at SOHO20 Gallery (Soho, NY), T.C. Columbia University (NY), the University of Connecticut, the University of Sydney (Australia), Charter Oak Cultural Center (CT), Northeast Missouri State University (MO), and Southern Connecticut State University.
Her oil paintings, drawings, printmaking and installations have been displayed in group shows at Steinbaum Krauss Gallery (Soho, NY), Phoenix Gallery (Soho, NY), SOHO20 (Soho, NY), Exit Art (Soho, NY), New World Art Center (Soho, NY), 450 Broadway Gallery (Soho, NY), Ward-Nasse Gallery (Soho, NY), Nexus Gallery (NY, NY) Chrysler Museum (VA), Springfield Museum of Fine Arts (MA),Berkshire Museum (MA), Atrium Gallery (Providence, RI), Slater Museum (CT), Discovery Museum (CT), Mattatuck Museum (CT), Silvermine Art Center (CT), Yale University, Columbia University (NY), Clemson University (SC), Austin Peay State University (TN), Russell Sage College (NY), Western Connecticut State University, S.T. Chen Fine Arts Center (CT), Eastern Connecticut State University, Mills Pond Gallery (NY), Berkeley Art Center (CA), College of Design (Pasadena, CA), ARTSPACE (CT), ARTWORKS Gallery (CT), John Slade Ely House (CT), Munson Gallery (CT), Ewha Womans University, and King Sejong Cultural Center (Korea).
“CD-Rom Baby”, 2001
“Designer Baby", 2001
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