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Updated on July 17, 2015


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

Current Project

WALK PROJECT PROJECT: Desert Walk Series (2011 - current)
The Walk Project is an interdisciplinary performance project that explores the connection with our environments through video, photography, drawing and performance.

  The Walk Project is is a fiscally sponsored project of the New York Foundation for the Arts.
  If you would like to support the project, please make a tax-exampt donation.

Funding for The Walk Project has been made possible by the Puffin Foundation

YOON CHO, The Metamorphosis on Zabriskie Point from the Desert Walk Series, ©2015, inkjet print
Digital drawings are superimposed over the artist's walk performance.

Recent Press & Announcements

The Desert Walk was awarded a grant by the Puffin Foundation in 2015.

Documentation of Yoon Cho's work has been selected and added to the Archive of Korean-American Artists (AKAA) by the AHL Foundation, New York in 2015.

The Where Has the Dodo Gone? has been selected as a Notable Entry at the Theo Westenberger Summer 2014 Photo Contest.

The Walk Series has obtained a fiscal sponsorship status by the New York Foundation For The Arts in 2013.

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.