Doohyun Yoon

Doohyun Yoon (b. 1986) received his BFA in Environmental Sculpture from the University of Seoul in 2012. In 2016 He graduated from the Maryland Institute College of art with an MFA in Multidisciplinary Art. He interested in the things created in process of blurring the line between hypothesis, imagination, and reality. He seeks to change their form and property and move freely among them. Furthermore Yoon aims to return old, constructed standards and things that have been given numerical or fixed value to a time before language. With an attitude that is more bright and cheerful than solemn, he presents humorous and playful works mainly in the media of photography, installation, and sculpture.

  • Education
    • 2016 MFA Maryland Institute College of Art Multidisciplinary Art
      2012 BFA University of Seoul, Environmental Sculpture
  • Selected Solo Exhibitions
    • 2019 《Drop》, Incheon art platform window gallery, Incheon, KR
      2018 《Sierra》, CR collective, Seoul, KR
      2018 《Image wave》, Space 291, Seoul, KR
  • Selected Group Exhibitions
    • 2020 《Virtual shadow casts on the sky of data interface》, Art space 3, Seoul, KR
      2020 《Contemporary Patterns》, Incheon Art Platform ,Incheon, KR
      2019 《There Might Be More Light》, Seoul-ro media canvas, Seoul, KR
      2019 《Hardcore Futuregraphy》, Culture Station Seoul RTO, Seoul, KR
      2019 《One day selection》, Incheon art platform project gallery, Incheon, KR
      2019 《Young Korean Artist 2019: Liquid Glass Sea》, MMCA Gwacheon, KR
      2019 《Manufacture: Undo》, Hwang Geum Hang, Seoul, KR
      2018 《Deep in the heart of life》, Bu-young building, Seoul, KR
      2017 《Slow Form》, School 33 art center, Baltimore, MD
      2017 《Traversing Boundaries》, Gallery Korea, NY
  • Residencies/Awards/
    • Residencies
      2021 K’ARTS studio, Seoul, KR
      2020 MMCA Residency Goyang , Goyang, KR
      2019 Incheon Art Platform , Incheon, KR
      2018 Vermont Studio Center , Johnson, VT, US
      2016-2017 Chashama work place Program in Brooklyn Army Terminal, NY, US

      2021 Art Grant for RE:SEARCH ,Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture, Seoul
      2019 Sindoh Arist Support Program, Seoul, KR
      Art Grants for the First Time, Seoul Foundation for Arts and Culture, Seoul
      2017 The Bronx Museum of the Arts AIM program, Bronx, NY, US

〈Drift〉, 2020. Image Courtesy of the Artist

〈Things〉, 2020. Image Courtesy of the Artist

〈Mojave day and night〉, 2019. Image Courtesy of the Artist

〈Sierra〉, 2018. Image Courtesy of the Artist

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