Frank Jimin Hopp (*1994 in Berlin) is a German-Korean artist. He studied Fine Art at the UdK Berlin in the classes of Valérie Favre and Leiko Ikemura. In 2020 he participated in the Fine Art Master's programme at the University of Arts London and in 2016 he studied BA Fine Art at the Universidad de Complutense de Madrid as part of a semester abroad. Frank was awarded the 2019 Walter Stöhrer Foundation Recognition Award and the 2019 Haus am Kleistpark Art Award. Since 2020, he has been a scholarship holder in the artist sponsorship programme of the Cusanuswerk e.V. In his paintings, drawings and sculptures, influences from art history and mythology meet elements from pop culture or the consumer world. By balancing the beautiful and the grotesque, as well as combining the seemingly profane with the poetic, he captures the complexity of human emotions in his works. His work has been shown in numerous exhibitions, including Galerie Friese (D), Galerie Grisebach (D), The Curators Room (NL), Gropiusbau (D) and Saatchi Gallery (UK).