23 May 2024Untitled Art Miami Beach 2024: Meet the Curators


Untitled Art is delighted to welcome guest curators Kathy Huang and Jungmin Cho to guide the 2024 Edition's curatorial theme, re-examining the interplay of new artistic dialogues and exchanges between the East and the West.


Kathy Huang is an independent curator and Managing Director, Art Advisory and Special Projects at Jeffrey Deitch, where she curated Wonder Women, an exhibition featuring forty Asian diasporic women and non-binary artists working in figuration.

At Deitch, she has also organized exhibitions such as Judy Chicago: Los Angeles (2019), Dominique Fung: It’s Not Polite to Stare (2021), Sasha Gordon: Hands Of Others (2022), and Bony Ramirez: Tropical Apex (2023). Most recently, Huang curated Wild: Women Abstractionists on Nature (2024) at the Metropolitan Museum of Manila. Raised in Philadelphia, Huang earned a B.A. from Duke University and an M.A. in Modern & Contemporary Asian Art from Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London.


Jungmin Cho is the founder and director of the art space WHITE NOISE in Seoul, South Korea. WHITE NOISE is an art space for various artistic experiments and exchanges, dedicated to breaking down boundaries between artistic mediums and between mainstream/underground and commercial/non-profit. It was established in 2018.

Additionally, Jungmin works as an independent curator and has engaged in various external curatorial, writing, and advisory roles. She focuses on accessibility and introduces emerging art scenes and connects them globally.

WHITE NOISE and Jungmin Cho have completed projects with many international organizations, including Frieze Seoul, GYOPO, Montez Press Radio, NOISE Istanbul, and Tiger Strikes Asteroid. They were notable organizers of Frieze satellite art festival OUR WEEK which gathered commercial galleries, project spaces, art collectives and art platforms to enrich the art scene. The works of WHITE NOISE and Jungmin Cho have been featured in The Art Newspaper, Artsy, Hyundai Art Lab, The New York Times, and Spike Art Magazine among others.

Currently Jungmin is completing the graduate program at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College.