Gahee In’s main research interests center on twenty-century American art, with a focus on private art collection and museum collection, especially, and in the correlation between art collections and art movements in the United States after World War II. She is interested in how a private collection can significantly contribute in an art history perspective by promoting artists, donating collections for the public, and forming a new art movement. Her other interests are global contemporary art and the art market. Gahee In’s previous research explores the collections of Peggy Guggenheim and Charles Saatchi. She has had work experience at art galleries, at the Korea Private Museum Association as an assistant researcher in Seoul, Korea, as well as an internship at Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago. She also was a visiting scholar on the Fundraising Art Museums in Korea and the U.S. at University of Southern California, Los Angeles in 2015-2016.
Field of Study
American Modern and Contemporary Art
MBA/ Master Business Administration University of Illinois at Chicago
MFA/Master of Fine Arts, Art Criticism and Management University of Kyung Hee, Seoul
BA/ Bachelor of Fine Arts, Fine Arts (Painting) University of Kyung Hee, Seoul