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Updated on Dec 9, 2013

YOON CHO

A visual artist exploring relationships between individuals and their environments
by utilizing photography, video, drawing, and performance


Current Project

WALK PROJECT: Desert Walk Series (2011 - current)
The Walk investigates our connection with environments. The project explores the cycle of life and the co-existence of humankind with our surroundings. The Walk is a photo and video performance project with four part series - Desert, Ocean, Mountain and Urban Walk Series.

YOON CHO, Dried Lake from the Desert Walk Series, ©2013, digital c-print
Performance and drawings by artist.
Drawings of plant seeds and pollens superimposed on the image.


Current Exhibitions & Events

Bridging the Gap, group exhibition traveling to:
QCC Gallery at Queensborough Community College, Bayside, New York
November 7, 2013 - February, 2014
Gallery Hours: Mon - Fri 10am - 5pm; Thur 10am - 7pm; Sat & Sun 12 - 4pm
- Opening Reception: Thursday November 14, 4 - 7 pm
- Artist Talk: * February, 2014. Date and Time To Be Announced


Christmas Decorating from The Nuclear Family Series is currently showing at the exhibition


Recent Press & Announcements

The Walk Series is granted a fiscal sponsorship by the New York Foundation For The Arts, January 2013.

Served as a panelist for Reintegrate: Collaborations in the Arts & Sciences Grant, the Arts Council of Greater New Haven, CT, November 2012.

Participated in the Peer Leaders Circle, Queens Council on the Arts, Fall 2012.

Selected as an Alternate Resident for the Acadia National Park Arist-in-Residency 2012.

Brochure essay of Amanda Douberley on YOON CHO's solo exhibition, "Nothing Lasts Forever," at the Women and Their Work. Click here for viewing the brochure in PDF format. For a hard copy, please contact Women and Their Work gallery.
Women and Their Work brochure

Yoon Cho's portfolio has been added to the Flat File at the PIEROGI gallery in Brooklyn, New York. The video project, How to Spell My Name, is also available at the gallery.