Kyoung eun Kang is a New York-based artist born in South Korea.  Kang works in a wide range of media, including performance, video, painting, photography, installation, text, and sound pieces. She explores geographical and cultural identities, as well as universal human themes such as affection and attachment in order to raise questions about how we foster and maintain relationships in an ever-changing world.
Kang's work has been exhibited internationally and across the United States in numerous galleries and museums, including: A.I.R. Gallery, Collar Works, NURTUREart, BRIC Project Room, Soho 20 Project Room, Here Arts Center, and the ISCP project space in New York; the Korean Cultural Center in Washington, D.C.; the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery in Australia; the Museum of the Imperial City in China; and the National Museum of Modern Art in Korea. She has also performed in multiple venues, including: the Queens Museum, Socrates Sculpture Park, Arario Gallery, FiveMyles, and Essex Flowers in New York; The Momentary in Bentonville, Arkansas; and others.

Kang has received residences and fellowships at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, the Marble House Project, the Elizabeth Murray Artist Residency, the I-Park Foundation, ChaNorth, BRIC Media Arts, the NARS Foundation, the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, the LES Studio Program, International Studio & Curatorial Program and the New York Foundation for the Arts. 
She received a BFA and MFA in painting from Hong-ik University in Seoul, South Korea and an MFA from Parsons School of Design, New York, NY.
Kang is a 2023-24 studio artist at Smack Mellon.