Jiyoung Yoon

In her work, Jiyoung Yoon seeks to reveal the ways in which individuals respond to their given environment and the attitudes they adopt in order to improve their circumstances. At the same time, Yoon also takes interest in interiority, or, in other words, inner structures that are hidden.Yoon's recent exhibitions are as follows: Yellow Blues_(2021, One and J. Gallery), Young Korean Artists 2021(MMCA Gwacheon), This Event (2020, Seoul Museum of Art), Night Turns to Day(2019, Art Sonje Center), among others.

  • Education
    • 2013 School of the Art Institute of Chicago, MFA Sculpture
      2010 Hongik University, BFA Sculpture
  • Selected Solo Exhibitions
    • 2021 Yellow Blues_, One And J. Gallery, Seoul, Korea
      2020 Empathic Gestures, Incheon Art Platform Window Gallery, Incheon, Korea
      2015 A Single leg of Moderate Speed, Being&Thing Archive, Seoul, Korea
  • Selected Group Exhibitions
    • 2021 Young Korean Artists 2021, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon, Korea
      2020 This Event, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul Korea
      2019 Night Turns to Day , Art SonjeCenter, Seoul, Korea
      2019 Ecological Sense, Nam June Paik Art Center, Yongin, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
      2018 Genre Allegory - The Sculptural, Total Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
      2018 Monstrous Moonshine, Collateral Exhibition-GwangjuBiennale, NAVER Partner Square, Gwangju, Korea
      2018 ACROBATIC COSMOS , One and J. Gallery, Seoul, Korea
      2017 Floor Plan Cabinet, Audio Visual Pavilion, Seoul, Korea
      2016 No Longer Objects, SeMA, Buk-Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
      2016 Scatter Gather, InsaArt Space, Seoul, Korea
  • Residencies/Awards/
    • Residencies
      2020 Incheon Art Platform, Incheon, Korea
      2019 SeMANANJI RESIDENCY, Seoul, Korea
      2017 Seoul Art Space Geumcheon
      2016 MMCA Residency Goyang
      2014 MacDowell, Peterborough, NH, USA

      2021 Suwon Museum of Art
      2018 Seoul Museum of Art
  • Link

The Body without--, formless mold, single―several heads. Courtesy of the artist.

Me, No, The volume of each of the six bodies is 65416cm³ give or take a few. Courtesy of the artist.

Seeing Things the Way We See the Moon, 2013~2014, single channel video, sound, 2'45". Courtesy of the artist.

Yellow Blues_entirety, 2020, mixed media, approx. 240X60X51.9cm. Photography by Hyosup Jung (provided by MMCA). Courtesy of the artist.

Alas, 2016, 600×600×150~170cm, Silicone, glass funnels, liquid latex, urethane foam, fabrics, metal and mixed media. photography by Jaemoo Jo (provided by SeMA). Courtesy of the artist.

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