YOON's Tweet: https://twitter.com/yooncho
last updated: May 22, 2013
Nuclear Family Series (2004 - current)
Nuclear Family Series was conceived as a Season's Greetng card in 2004. 8 years later, another family picture was taken for the card with a new family member on his way.
YOON CHO, Nuclear Family Series: Seasosn's Greetings 2012, ©2013, inkjet print
(A drawing of a feuts on the photograph.)
WALK PROJECT: Desert Walk Series (2011 - current)
Walk Series is YOON CHO's on-going photo, video and performance project. As the first installment of a four part series – Desert, Ocean, Mountain and Urban Walk Series, Desert Walk investigates the connection with our environment. The project explores the cycle of life and the co-existence of humankind with our surroundings.
YOON CHO, Desert Walk Series: Dried Lake, ©2012, Digital c-print
(Drawings of embryos and skeletons on the photograph. Walk performance by the artist.)
The Book of Changed Project
YOON CHO is particiapting in the 8 multidisciplinary artist collaboration (visual arts, music, dance, theater, film/video, poetry & philosophy), Book of Changed Project. Each artist will be consulting The I-Ching, The book of Changes to create works. With a focus on the process in mind, we will look at how these artists are "changed" through creating a work. Stay tuned for the developement of our exciting creations with high energy!
Current Exhibitions & Events
Curate NYC On-line Exhibition
Desert Series: In the Beginning has been selected for the on-line exhibition.
Upcoming Exhibitions & Events
Bridging the Gap, Flusing Town Hall, Smithsonian Institution Affiliate, Flushing, NY
Opening Reception, June 27, 2013, 4-7pm
Group exhibition, June 27 -July 27, 2013
Flights of Fancy, Julia de Burgos Cultural Center, 1680 Lextington Ave., New York, NY
Group exhibition, September 20 - November 22, 2013
Recent Press & Announcements
• YOON CHO's project 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.
• 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.
• 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.