– Croton Free Public Library, Croton-on-Hudson, New York, The Desert Walk.
– The Factory, Long Island City Arts Open Festival, New York, The Desert Walk.
– Media Project Space, Rockland Center for the Arts, West Nyack, New York, Yoon Cho.
– SCA Contemporary Art, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Yoon Cho: Fluid State.
– Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, Florida, Yoon Cho: Cultural Adjustments.
– Cactus Bra Space, San Antonio, Texas, Yoon Cho: Some Aspects of Love.
– Women & Their Work, Austin, Texas, Yoon Cho: Nothing Lasts Forever. (brochure)
– Central Pennsylvania College, Summerdale, Pennsylvania, Yoon Cho.
– Penn State University, Altoona, Pennsylvania, Ivyside Exhibition.
– The Dallas Center for Contemporary Art, Dallas, Texas, Mix!.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
– Howland Cultural Center, Beacon, New York. (Forthcoming May)
– Gold Coast Arts Center, Great Neck, New York, Collective Consciousness.
– Central Booking, New York, New York, Fossil Tales.
– Central Booking, New York, New York, Garden of Earthly Delights.
– Concepto Hudson, Hudson, New York, Selection ’17.
– Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, New York, New York. Curated by The Human Impacts Institute, 2016 Creative Climate Awards Exhibition.
– Gallery Korea, Korean Cultural Service at Korean Consulate General NY, New York. Weaving Time: An Exhibition from the Archive of Korean Artists in America Part 3, 2001 – 2013.
– Fondazione Querini Stampalia, Venice, Italy. Imago Mundi, a Collateral Event of the 55th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale. (catalog)
– Flushing Town Hall, A Smithsonian Institution Affiliate, Flushing, New York. Bridging the Gap, Curated by Amy Winter, Director of the Godwin Ternbach Museum. Traveling to QCC Gallery at Queensborough Community College, Bayside, New York.
– Julia de Burgos Cultural Center, New York, New York, Flights of Fancy.
– Sterling National Bank, Long Island City, New York, Summer Show.
– Armory Week Korean Art Show 2012, New York, New York. Curated by Korean Cultural Service NY.
– Grace Institute, New York, New York, Here & Now.
– Crossing Art Gallery, Queens, New York, People as Places as People. (3 person exhibition)
– Morehead State University, Kentucky, East Meets West.
– St. Paul the Apostle, New York, New York, Openings NY Collective Exhibition: Rumble Above the Clouds.
– Pierogie Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, Twin Twin Postcard Edition.
– Henry DeFord III Gallery, CitiCorp Building, Long Island City, New York, In the Place We Live.
– Samson Projects, Boston, Massachusetts, Chain Letter, a Global Show.
– BronxArtSpace, Bronx, New York, Quiet Places.
– St. Francis College, Brooklyn, New York, the Art Spirit 2.
– Discover Queens Visitor’s Center, Elmhurst, New York, In the Marriage.
– The Islip Art Museum, Islip, New York, All in the Family.
– Rowan University, Glassboro, New Jersey, Body, Mind and Hair.
– Korean Cultural Service at Korean Consulate General NY, New York, New York, Personal Zone. (catalog)
– Arario Gallery, New York, New York, Irrelevant: Local Emerging Asian Artists Who Don’t Make Work About Being Asian.
– Arts in Bushwick BETA Space 2010 Festival, Brooklyn, New York, I Fall, I Flow, I Melt.
– St. Paul the Apostle, New York, NY, The Naked Measures.
– Nave Gallery, Somerville, Massachusetts, Sacred=Art?.
– M55Art, Long Island City, NY, Concerto of Illumination at the Long Island City Night of The Armory Show. Curated by Assa Bigger.
– Austin Museum of Art exhibition, New Art in Austin (catalog) traveling to:
The Grace Museum, Abilene, Texas.
DiverseWorks, Houston, Texas.
– Wichita Falls Museum of Art, Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas, The Second Biennial Survey of Texas Art and Artists. (catalog)
– Elon University, Elon, North Carolina, Small Works Invitational.
– Austin Museum of Art, Austin, Texas, New Art in Austin: 20 to Watch (catalogue) traveling to:
Blue Star Contemporary Art Center, San Antonio, Texas.
– Midwest Museum of Contemporary Art, Indianapolis, Indiana, Backyard.
– Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, Florida, Digital Is.
– The Parachute Factory Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, Family Business. Curated by Howard el-Yasin and Debbie Hesse, Director of Artistic Services and Programs at The Arts Council of Greater New Haven.
– Color of Energy Gallery, Dayton, Ohio, You Are Here. Curated by Eva Buttacavoli, Director of Exhibitions at the Austin Museum of Art. (brochure)
– Fuse Box Festival, collaboration with a dance group, Little Stolen Moments, Austin, Texas, LSM + NLF.
– Museum of Fine Arts, University of Florida, Tallahassee, Florida, Combined Talents: Florida International Exhibition. (catalogue)
– Chelsea Art Museum, New York, New York, Design and Technology Ten Years Running.
– Gallery Nulu, Louisville, Kentucky, 2007 Louisville Photo Biennial.
– New Arts Program, Kutztown, Pennsylvania, Invitational Salon of Small Works.
– University of Texas at Dallas, Texas, Legacy of Photomontage. (brochure)
– Austin City Hall, Austin, Texas, People’s Gallery Exhibition 2007.
– ALL Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, LOUD.
– MPG Contemporary, Boston, Massachusetts, New Art 2007. Curated by Raphaela Platow, Chief Curator of Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University.
– Edinboro University, Edinboro, Pennsylvania, Habits and Habitations. (3 person exhibition)
– The LAB, San Francisco, California, Some Assembly Required.
– Dunn and Brown Contemporary, Dallas, Texas, I-35 Biennial Invitational.
– Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Drawing No Conclusions. Curated by Dominic Molon, Associate Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
Sixth Annual New York Digital Salon traveled to:
– Sala de Exposiciones CAN, Alicante, Spain.
– Centro de Cultura Contemporanea, Barcelona, Spain.
– Triennale di Milano, Milan, Italy.
– Circulo de Bellas Artes, Madrid, Spain.
– Visual Arts Museum, New York, New York, Sixth Annual New York Digital Salon.
– 25th Athens International Film and Video Festival, Athens, Ohio.
– Luciano Benetton Collection, Italy
– Sungsoo Internal Medicine Clinic, Seoul, Korea
AWARDS AND HONORS
– Barbara Deming Memorial Fund Grant for Feminist Art, 2016.
– Puffin Foundation Grant in Environmental Art, 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 Walk Project was granted a fiscal Sponsorship by New York Foundation for the Arts, 2013.
– Panelist, Reintegrate: Collaborations in the Arts & Sciences Grant, Arts Council of Greater New Haven, Connecticut, 2012.
– Vermont Studio Center Artist-in-Residency with Artist’s Grant and The Work Exchange Award, Vermont, 2011.
– Visiting Artist, Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, Florida, 2009.
ARTIST TALK & LECTURES
Artist Talk, Croton Free Public Library, Croton-on-Hudson, New York, 2018.
Artist Talk, Long Island City Arts Open, New York, 2017.
Artist Talk, Grace Institute, New York, New York, 2012.
Artist Talk, Henry DeFord III Gallery of CitiCorp, Long Island City, New York, 2011.
Artist Talk, Crossing Art Gallery, Flushing, New York, 2011.
Visiting Artist Lecture, Ringling College of Art and Design, Sarasota, Florida, 2009.
Artist Talk, The Parachute Factory gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, 2008.
Artist talk & Workshops for K-12, Women and Their Work gallery, Austin, Texas, 2008.
Gallery Talk, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, Texas, 2008.
Artist Talk for Docents, Austin Museum of Art, Austin, Texas, 2008.
Artist Talk, Austin City Hall, Texas, 2007.
Karen Rubin, “‘Collective Consciousness’ at Gold Coast Arts Center focuses on responsibility for environment”, Discovery Magazine, March 16.
Mina Lee, Nexus Media News, “The Power of The Artist’s Pen,” The Huffington Post, November 11, 2016.
“Imago Mundi: Contemporary Artists from South Korea,” (a Collateral Event of the 55th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale), Luciano Benetton Collection. Exhibition catalogue.
* Chiara Di Lello, “In the Place We Live,” M Magazine, December Issue.
Jennifer Reis, “Commentary: ‘East Meets West’ exhibit opens,” The Morehead News, October 4.
“Opening Reception for Quiet Spaces Exhibitioners,” Bronx Times, July 21-27.
Yoon Cho, chapter, “Personal Zone,” Gallery Korea 2010, (New York, New York: Korean Cultural Service NY), Exhibition catalogue.
“Discover Queens Visitor Center hosting Yoon Cho’s video art works,” Epoch Times, February 19.
“Art doesn’t go into hibernation,” New York Korea Daily, February 6.
“Crossing Art Gallery Exhibition,” Qiao Bao, February 5.
Jorge Martin, “Art + Sparks at BETA,” Hyperallergic, November 17.
“The Naked Measures Exhibit,” Currents, New York City NET Cable TV interview, October 8.
* Mark Drummond Davis, “SACRED=ART?,” Artscope Magazine, May/June.
Noah Rosenberg, “Paint the town: LIC Art’s Night Out,” LIC Courier Magazine, Volume 1 Number 6, April.
* Troy Schulze, “Clever, Funny and Disturbing,” Houston Press, May 19.
* Judy Birke, “‘Family,’ in fine, revealing variations comes alive at Parachute Factory Gallery,” New Haven Register, February 8.
* Allan Appel, “‘Family Business’ On Display,” New Haven Independent, January 6.
Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, “8 from ’08: great year in Austin arts,” XLENT, Austin American Statesman, December 25.
* “Exhibit portrays families,” Yale Daily News, December 2.
* Angela Ahlgren, “Yoon Cho: Nothing Lasts Forever,” Might be good (Austin, TX), Issue #99. May 16.
“Another Round of Praise: Nomination for the 2007-2008 Austin Critics Table Awards,” The Austin Chronicle, May 9.
* D. Dominic Lombardi, “Indianapolis FYI RADAR,” NY ARTS magazine, May.
* Jeanne Claire van Ryzin, American-Statesman Arts Critic, “Cho Puts her life on display in her art,” XLENT, Austin-American Statesman, May 1.
* Salvador Castillo, “That Was Then; This Is Now,” The Austin-American Statesman, April 11.
“BESTBETS: Art Takes Look at Changing Looks,” The Austin American Statesman, April 3.
* Suzanne Hanshaw, “Artist Yoon Cho explores identities in solo show,” Daily Texan, April 3.
* Emily Macrander, “’20 to Watch’ brings surprise to AMoA,” Daily Texan, April 3.
Amanda Douberley, “Yoon Cho: Nothing Lasts Forever” (Austin, Texas: Women & Their Work), Exhibition brochure.
* Till Richter, “New Art in Austin 20 to Watch at AMOA,” Glasstire Texas Visula Art Online, March.
* Shannon McGarvey, “Catch 20 rising stars in Austin arts,” The Austin American-Statesman, February 22.
Caitlin Haskell, chapter, “Yoon Cho,” 20 to watch, Austin Museum of Art. Exhibition catalog.
Eva Buttacavoli, “Gallery Guide, 20 to Watch, New Art in Austin,” Austin Museum of Art. Exhibition brochure.
Combined Talents: The Florida International. Catalogue.
Kristi Barrus, “Contemporary art exhibit opens at UTD,” Dallas Morning News, March 24.
Marilyn Waligore, “Legacy of Photomontage, engineering the photograph,” (Dallas, TX: University of Texas at Dallas). Exhibition brochure.
* Janet Kutner, “Gray and green,” The Dallas Morning News, July 3.
* Phoebe Moore, “Austin City Hall opens People’s Gallery,” dtweekend.com of Daily Texan, March 23.
Master of Fine Arts, Parsons School of Design, New York, New York.
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, Rhode Island.