2023 RECIPIENTS OF JOAN MITCHELL FELLOWSHIPS WILL RECEIVE $60,000 IN
UNRESTRICTED GRANT FUNDS AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES
We are pleased to announce the 2023 recipients of Joan Mitchell Fellowships! These 15 artists from across the United States will each receive $60,000 in unrestricted funds, distributed over five years alongside flexible professional development and convenings that facilitate community building and peer learning.
The 2023 Joan Mitchell Fellows are:
Ash Arder, Detroit, MI
Raheleh Filsoofi, Nashville, TN
Nicholas Galanin, Sitka, AK
Jacqueline Kiyomi Gork, Los Angeles, CA
Ana María Hernando, Niwot, CO
Mala Iqbal, Brooklyn, NY
William Lamson, Brooklyn, NY
Kathy Liao, Kansas City, MO
Anina Major, New York, NY
Demond Melancon, New Orleans, LA
Javier Orfon, San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico
Mikayla Patton, Pine Ridge, SD
Naomi Safran-Hon, Brooklyn, NY
Sable Smith, New Jersey
Jayoung Yoon, Beacon, NY
About the Fellowship
In 2021, the Joan Mitchell Foundation reconceived and relaunched our primary granting program to more actively explore the ways in which multi-year financial support can help artists transform their practices and secure their legacies. Central to the structure of our Fellowship is longitudinal support that recognizes that the greatest benefits of fellowship opportunities are often nurtured over time, through sustained engagement and relationship-building.
The Fellowship’s monetary award for recipients extends over a five year period, with an initial $20,000 payment this year followed by four years of $10,000 installments. The Foundation also provides opportunities for artists to engage in programs that focus on personal finance, legacy planning, and self-advocacy, among other opportunities. Layered into the support structure are annual in-person convenings that build connections among the Fellows and virtual engagement sessions that further foster a peer learning community.
“The 2023 cohort of Joan Mitchell Fellows again underscores the value of a multi-year program, as it brings together a group of artists with diverse practices, interests, and backgrounds, all of whom articulated, in their Fellowship applications, the impact that financial and professional support over time will have on their work and their lives,” said Christa Blatchford, Executive Director at the Joan Mitchell Foundation. "This commitment to extended engagement is also in line with the legacy of Joan Mitchell herself, who so often offered personal assistance to other artists, and whose directive for her foundation was to continue that approach of direct support for working artists.”
Exhibition dates: May 30 - Friday, June 16, 2023
Opening Reception: Sat, June 3, 5-7PM
Artists: Eric Diehl, Jaanika Peerna, Zachary Skinner, Jackie Skrzynski, Sharon Strauss, Kazumi Tanaka, and Jayoung Yoon
ACC gallery: 17-19 Washington Street, Tenafly, NJ 07670 (2nd floor, CVS building)
Gallery Hours: Wed-Fri, 1-6PM & Sat, 2-6PM or by appointment
The 'Nature Walkers' exhibition brings together a diverse collection of artworks that explore different facets of our natural world, including its beauty, its fragility, and its connection to our everyday lives. The exhibition features a variety of media, including paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures and will be on view at ACC gallery from May 30 to June 16, 2023.
Each of the artists in the exhibition offers a unique perspective on nature and its role in our lives. Eric Diehl's paintings of automobiles in US American landscapes mimic the form of cinematic imagery, commenting on contemporary life. Jaanika Peerna's work captures natural processes through drawings, installations, and participatory performances that incorporate line and water, while prompting audiences to reflect on the loss of natural ice through her Glacier Elegies project. Zac Skinner draws attention to the damage that humans have inflicted on the environment, and to the need to adapt to the evolving ecosphere. Jackie Skrzynski collapses the perception of interior and exterior space by suggesting similarities between botany and anatomy, providing a sense of connection with a larger natural system. Sharon Strauss works with collections and communities of things to capture a moment in time, exploring the intersection of place and identity. Kazumi Tanaka's sculptures are made of earthy materials and natural ink drawings which offer a meditative reflection on the beauty and fragility of life. Jayoung Yoon draws inspiration from Buddhist philosophy, collecting natural materials around the Hudson Valley and meticulously weaving them together with her own hair to convey the fleeting and ephemeral nature of our existence.
These seven artists use nature and its elements as a primary source of inspiration for their art. Some explore the ephemeral wonder of nature, inviting visitors to contemplate the intricacies of the natural world and the impermanence that underlies its constant cycles of growth and decay. Others offer a timely reminder of the fragility of ecosystems, human’s impact, and our responsibility to protect and preserve the natural world. Whether through contemporary realist landscapes, or abstract representations of natural phenomena, each work in the exhibition invites viewers to slow down, observe, and appreciate the wonders of the world around us.
The exhibition offers a distinct and multifaceted perspective on the complex relationship between humanity and nature and encourages viewers to connect with the natural world in a deeper, more meaningful way.
February 20 – March 17, 2023
Public Lecture: Thursday, March 2 at 6 pm., Whitaker 214
A Reception will follow the lecture at the Rose Lehrman Art Gallery
Rose Lehrman Art Gallery, HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College.
One HACC Drive, Harrisburg, PA 17110
September 24 – November 6, 2022
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 24, 5–7 pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, October 8, 2:30 pm
Closing Event: Saturday, November 5, 3-5 pm
Garrison Art Center
23 Garrison’s Landing, Garrison, NY 10524
Tues-Sun, 10am - 5pm
Garrison Art Center (GAC) is pleased to announce Visiting
Artist Jayoung Yoon, Sowing Seeds of Emptiness, at GAC from September 24 through November 6, 2022. There will be an opening reception on Saturday, September 24, from 5-7 pm.
Jayoung Yoon is a New York based artist born in South Korea. Her work draws upon the mind-matter phenomenon, exploring our memory, perception, and bodily sensations. The primary medium of her work is lengths of hair, crossed and woven together to create semi-transparent sculptural forms and two-dimensional geometric images. This exhibition also includes I Am The Emptiness, a hair embroidery installation on silk fabric.
IN THEIR STUDIOS features conversations with women artists, discussing creativity, inspiration, and motivation.
Shamideh Art Gallery (@shamartgallery)
Gallery Hours: From 4:00 to 8:00 pm
Presented by Rubber City Prints and hosted by Kent State University at Stark.
Curated by Erica Criss.
Exhibition Dates: February 9 - March 4, 2022
Location: The William J. and Pearle F. Lemmon Visiting Artist Gallery at Kent State University at Stark
Address: 6000 Frank Avenue NW, North Canton, OH 44720
Gallery Hours: Monday - Friday 11;00am - 5:00pm
The exhibition is also on view online at
Rubber City Prints is excited to launch the Women’s Printmaking Invitational (WPI) 2022, hosted by Kent State University at Stark. Now, more than ever, women command the fine art printmaking field and deserve to have their unique perspectives showcased. The goal of this exhibition is to highlight women printmakers and give them a space to connect and support each other. Their voices may express a diverse range of imagery, content, and processes, but they are united by their shared experience of being a woman in the once male-dominated world of printmaking.
Rubber City Prints was started by a group of women printmakers from Kent State University who were about to lose their studios because they would be graduating. It was their goal, and RCP’s mission, to offer local artists the facilities and opportunities needed for the art community to thrive in downtown Akron, Ohio.
We are excited to have Erica Criss, an original founder of RCP and MFA graduate of Kent State University, as our curator for this exhibition. For the past 10 years, Criss has worked in New York City in the non-profit art sector across functions such as program development, operations, exhibition development, and fundraising. She has produced dozens of exhibitions, nationally and internationally, most notably, the NY International Miniature Print Exhibition and the Print Effect: Small Works/Big Impact. Criss also curated Divergent Ink at Rubber City Prints. She continues to support artists and nonprofits through her consulting business, CRISS Collaborations.
In this group exhibition, three artists challenge and redefine the conventional idea of fiber and textile art by employing already-established techniques of weaving, embroidery, and assemblage with new materials and creating and inventing new forms. Featuring the work of Woomin Kim, Sui Park, and Jayoung Yoon.
September 30, 2021 - January 28, 2022
Opening Reception: September 30, 2021, 6 - 8 PM
The Korea Society
350 Madison Avenue, 24th Floor, NYC
Gallery hours: (M-F) 10 AM - 4:30 PM by appointment ***
*** The appointment must be made at least 24 hours prior to the scheduled visit. To make an appointment, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Per New York City's mandate, you are required to provide proof of at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine in order to visit the gallery.
The Korean Cultural Center Washington, D.C. (KCCDC) and Culture House proudly present The Day After, an exhibition featuring six digital video works by Ivetta Sunyoung Kang, Su Hyun Nam, and Jayoung Yoon.
The Day After examines the spatial, emotional, and physical effects of the unexpected changes to life and the environment brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. Korean media artists Ivetta Sunyoung Kang, Su Hyun Nam, and Jayoung Yoon explore several key themes of this globally shared experience: relief from anxiety through the connection of body and mind, the preciousness of the mundane and ordinary life, and the relationship between the mind and matter. The Day After seeks to provide an opportunity to heal trauma caused by the pandemic and to discover new perspectives on life in its wake.
September 18 – November 20, 2021
The Gallery at Culture House
700 Delaware Ave. SW, Washington, D.C. 20024
Hours: Saturdays, 12- 3 p.m. (no reservations required)
Exhibition Dates: May 28 - June 28, 2021
Curated by Chunghie Lee & Anna-Mária Orbán
Hosted by Romanian-American University, Bucharest, Romania
Online exhibition featuring the recipients of 2020 AHL Foundation Artist Fellowship,
MooKwon Han, Yi Sa-Ra, Sungjae Lee and Jayoung Yoon
Curated by Hitomi Iwasaki, Director of Exhibitions and Curator at the Queens Museum of Art
and AHL foundation Curatorial Fellow, Dahye Kim
The title “Properties of…” refers to the notion that artists do not create things that are new to us, but rather their art engages properties of the world and our lives to make them newly visible and tangible.
Exhibition dates: Feb 22 - April 30, 2021
Curators: Yue Song (China) & Mi-Kyoung Lee (USA)
Hosts: Academy of Arts and Design, Tsinghua University, China & The University of the Arts, USA
Monday, November 23rd- Thursday, December 24
Friday, December 4th 8-10pm (USA EST)
Saturday, December 5th 9-11am (China time)
VooV Meeting (International)
Meeting ID 243 699 390
"2020 China and USA Technology and Innovation in Fiber Art exhibition presents contemporary Fiber Artists who have demonstrated their research and investigation in innovative approaches in textile methodology, materiality, and technology. Twenty artists from China and twenty artists from the United States manifest a variety of approaches in their art making, and often the state of concurrent artistic and cultural interest through the rich contemporary textile art format."
The three jurors invited this year were:
Hitomi Iwasaki - Director of Exhibitions and Curator, Queens Museum
Sara Raza - West and Central Asia Editor, ArtAsiaPacific Magazine/Founder and Director, Studio Punk Orientalism
Thomas Erben - Director, Thomas Erben Gallery
The AHL Foundation Artist Fellowship was made possible by a generous contribution from the Dow Kim Family Foundation.
The 17th AHL Foundation Virtual Benefit Gala & Awards Ceremony was held on Dec 12, 2020.
Exhibition Dates: October 2 - October 28, 2020
The Alfred Van Loen Gallery, South Huntington Public Library
145 Pidgeon Hill Rd, Huntington Station, NY 11746
Gallery Hours: Mon-Fri: 9AM - 9PM l Sat: 9AM -5PM l Sun: 1PM-5PM
*Due to COVID 19, there won't be an opening reception. Mask and social distancing is required.
"A new series where we'll be getting a peek into the lives of artists as they fill us in on how they're navigating art making, social distancing and quarantine in the wake of the current global crisis. My hope is these visits will provide you with a bit of solace and connection, serving as a reminder that you're not alone in whatever you may be feeling during this unprecedented moment."- Caroline Kipp
"40 artists express their feelings during the 2020 pandemic confinement. The 2020 Virus has spread fear and
anxiety around the world during the first months of this year. All human
lives have been affected by the lock-down and by the various problems
it has generated. Continuing my investigation on “The Seeds of
Creation,” I have undertaken a new study among my fellow artists to
understand how they have dealt with this particular period. I have
submitted the same interview to many artists active in the New York City
area, and 40 of them have accepted to share their answers or their
stories. I have achieved this research during the “stay-at-home” period." - Cosmina Ene
March 4 - April 4, 2020
Opening Reception: March 4, 2020, 5PM
Studio 3 Gallery
Jarman Building, School of Arts
University of Kent
CT2 7UG, Canterbury
Mondays – Fridays, 9AM – 5PM
"This exhibition reflects on the social, political and aesthetic significance of hair. With its different textures, grooming practices, interpretations, and symbolic values, hair provides a unique and timely entry point to understanding racialised and gendered belonging among different communities. Artists have long used hair as a material in art practice. Here, they explore hair as a material with affective potential and as a signifier of identity."
March 8 - April 19, 2020
Opening Reception: March 8, 2020, 2-5 PM
Rockland Center for the Arts
27 South Greenbush Road, West Nyack, New York 10994
Monday – Friday: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 1:00pm – 4:00pm
Artists: Russ Ritell, Dalit Gurevich, Jean Michel Dissake, Mary Ting, and Jayoung Yoon
Exhibition Dates: October 8 – November 23
Opening reception : Friday, Oct. 18, 5:30 – 7 pm
903 Hanshaw Road, Ithaca, NY 14850
Tues – Fri :10am – 5 pm / Sat: 10am – 2 pm
Artists: Thea Gregorious, Paula Overbay, Jayoung Yoon
A Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts Alumni Exhibition
Join us to celebrate the work of three past visiting visual artists from the Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts. The Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts supports New York York State artists and writers through two key programs held at a colony here in Ithaca, New York. Corners Gallery is honored to continue this partnership.
Presented by the Korea Bojagi Forum. (Booth No. A-53)
Dates and times Oct 31 - Nov 3 2019
Thursday, October 31, 2019 | Opening Night Preview 7 - 9 pm
Friday, November 1, 2019 | 11 am - 7 pm
Saturday, November 2, 2019 | 11 am - 7 pm
Sunday, November 3, 2019 | 12 - 6 pm
Festival Hall, Navy Pier 600 East Grand Avenue Chicago, IL 60611
Exhibition Dates: September 10, 2019 – October 12, 2019
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Saturday: 12 - 4 PM
"Amidst social media bombardment and consumerist exchange, alienation overwhelms us and superficiality has become the norm. Pressed for time, we feel pressured to sacrifice those intangibles of existence that lack marketable value: intimacy, silence, and self-reflection. Yet a quiet protest has arisen. Introverted and OCD presents a collection of finely crafted works from artists who, mark by mark and incision by incision, grasp for a life of substance. Whether it’s the slow, constant crusade against the surge of impersonally digital hearts, likes, and emojis or the schizophrenic exertion to stay present in the moment, incessant repetition both distinguishes and unifies these artists’ processes."
Artists: Craig Dongoski, Marie N. Guex, Meg Hitchock, Lucha Rodriguez, Joseph Shelter, Alex Kvares, Kevin J. Lucey, Jeffry Mitchell, Maureen Nollette, Tia Weirenga, Jayoung Yoon
Thursday, Octorber 10, 2019
Artist presentation at 11 AM
Curated by Suzan Shutan
Exhibition Dates: September 8- October 6, 2019
Opening Reception: Sunday, September 8, 1:00 - 3:00 PM
131 Southwest Circle, Amherst, MA 01003
Tuesday - Friday: 1-6 PM / Sunday: 2-5 PM
"We are living in a twenty first century of diversification and descent. Art is defying and celebrating traditional systems of structure and process. New forms and material properties create intersections of constructed and found, two and three dimensions, painting and sculpture. Work can be both deliberate and random. The artists explore material, color and form in contemporary art with great skill and manipulation, each constructing a personal and formal language that melds material, dimension and process with resonating forms that rupture our notion of space and how an artwork must function."
Artists: Sarah Braman, Carolyn Clayton, Jaynie Gillman Crimmins, Karen Dolmanisth, Lorrie Fredette, Carla Goldberg, Sean Greene, Bob Gregson, Ruth Hardinger, Susan Knight, Michael Kukla, Laura Moriarty, Helen O’Leary, Antonia Perez, judy Pfaff, Patrice Yourdon, Jayoung Yoon, Derrick Velasquez,
Exhibition Dates: September 13 - September 29, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, September 13, 6 - 8 PM
Flushing Town Hall
137-35 Northern Blvd. Flushing, NY 11354
Saturday & Sunday: 11AM – 5PM
Weekdays by appointment
Artists: Stephanie S. Lee, Kyung Han Kim, Dong Kyu Kim, Sueim Koo, Jeong Min Park, Sui Park, Jake Seo, Wonju Seo, Jayoung Yoon
Exhibition Dates: May 31 - August 24, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, May 31, 5:30 - 8:00 PM
Fiberart Forum: Saturday, June 1, 2019, 9 AM – 3:30 PM
FI2019 will be on view at two locations:
- Contemporary Craft (2100 Smallman Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222)
- Brewhouse Association (711 South 21st Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203)
Exhibition Dates: May 6, 2019 - June 7, 2019
Queens College Art Center
Rosenthal Library, 6th Floor
65-30 Kissena Blvd., Flushing, NY 11367
Hours: Monday -Thursday, 9am - 7pm / Friday: 9am - 5pm
My works and intervew are featured in Hairblogstylist online magazine!
"Hairblogstylist is the destination for all the latest gossip on hair. It includes a wide variety of interviews from the most prominent hairdressers worldwide. The main purpose of this blog is to provide feedback and support to those in need. It is not only a place for hairdressers, but also a place for anyone out there struggling with their hair."
My works and intervew are featured in INFRINGE magazine!
"INFRINGE is the Anthropology of Hair. we explore the world of hair creatives in the broadest sense. We cast a focus on anyone working with hair, across creative disciplines. From the hairdressers, barbers and wigmakers using it as a medium for their craft, the photographers capturing hair culture across the globe, and the artists and activists challenging perceptions of hair and its role in shaping our sense of identity."
October 19, 2018 - January 13, 2019
Opening reception: Sunday, October 21, 2018, 3 - 5 pm
San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles
520 S. First Street, San Jose, CA 95113
Wednesday - Friday: 11 am - 4 pm
Saturday & Sunday: 11 am - 3 pm
October 26 - December 31, 2018
Opening reception: Friday, October 26, 5 - 7 pm
Form & Concept
"Hand/Eye is a group exhibition of ten artists from across the United States who merge photography and craft mediums. The artworks in the show incorporate a wide array of materials—fiber, cast glass, micaceous clay, human hair—that shatter the picture plane and push photographic imagery into the real world. Features the work of Ginger Owen, Cathryn Amidei, Gary Goldberg, Elizabeth Claffey, Jodi Colella, Mira Burack, Ruben Olguin, Jayoung Yoon, Jacquelyn Royal, David Samuel Stern."
September 8 - October 16, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 8, 2018, 6pm - 8pm
"MARC STRAUS proudly presents SUTURES, a group exhibition of artworks that employ weaving, sewing, and/or fibrous elements such as thread in the composition. Featuring the work of Louise Bourgeois, Jayoung Yoon, Sonia Gomes, Brent Wadden, Lisa Hoke, Maria Nepomuceno, Michael Raedecker, Athi Ruga, Sam Gilliam, Michele Ciacciofera, Maartje Korstanje, Martha Tuttle, Elaine Reichek, Julia Von Eichel, Beryl Korot."
299 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002
Wednesday – Sunday: 11am – 6pm
October 11 - November 25, 2018.
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 13, 6 - 9PM
coinciding with the acclaimed Woodstock Film Festival.
31 Mill Hill Road, Woodstock, NY 12498
Thursday - Sunday
Wed, Sep 26 – Sun, Sep 30, 2018
Presented by Julio Valdez Project Space : Booth 1.54
125 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011
Thursday, September 27 2018
12:00pm – 6:00pm
Art After Dark* 12.00pm – 6.00pm
Friday, September 28 2018
12.00pm – 6.00pm
Free Admission** 6.00pm – 8.00pm
Saturday, September 29 2018
11.00am – 8.00pm
Sunday, September 30 2018
11.00am – 5.00pm
selected by Juan Sánchez
June 26 – September 22, 2018
Opening Reception: June 28, 2018, 6 - 8PM
International Print Center New York (IPCNY)
508 West 26th Street, 5A
(between 10th and 11th Ave)
New York, NY, 10001
Tuesday – Saturday, 11AM – 6PM
"The 43 prints and print-based works on view in Multilayered reflect Juan Sánchez’s (Juror) interest in new narratives for an increasingly hybridized cultural world. Many of the artists skillfully deploy traditional printmaking techniques, including lithography, etching, woodcut, and screenprints, to create enigmatic characters and complex scenes, while others use prints as the basis for expansive installations."
May 8 – July 28, 2018
Opening Reception: Sunday, May 6, 4-6PM
31 Mamaroneck Ave
White Plains, NY 10601
Tue – Fri, 12-5pm | Sat 12-6pm
Related Exhibition - Do Ho Suh: Almost Home
Thursday, June 14, 2018, 7 - 8PM
Smithsonian American Art Museum
F St NW & 8th St NW, Washington, DC 20004
Artists working in today’s world are often crossing international borders and wrestling with ideas of cultural identity. Join Korean-American artists Tai Hwa Goh, Jiha Moon, Nara Park, and Jayoung Yoon as they engage in a lively conversation about this transnationalism and the influence of Korean tradition on their work. Sarah Newman, SAAM’s James Dicke Curator of Contemporary Art, moderates the discussion.
June 29 - July 1, 2018
Opening Reception: Friday, June 29, 7-10PM
39-31 29th St., Long Island City, NY 11101
Gallery Hours: June 30 & July 1, Noon-6PM
The New Non: New Narratives in Non-Representational Art and Abstraction
An exhibition dedicated to artists defining the contemporary paradigm of abstraction for their own ends. Each of these twelve artists transcend the formal elements associated with non-representational art to engage with complex concepts, themes, or narratives, and prove that abstraction has the capacity to address and amplify some of the most pressing issues facing artists today: technology, identity, natural phenomena, mathematics, place, politics, materiality, and more.
presented by SFA Projects
May 23rd - June 17th, 2018
Opening Reception: Wednesday, May 23rd, 7-9PM
131 Chrystie Street, New York, NY 10002
(between Delancey & Broome)
Wednesday - Friday, 2-8PM
Saturday & Sunday, 12-8PM
The group exhibition puts forward ten female artists whose artwork express deeply personal thoughts, emotional energies, and societal commentary. Through a variety of works the show examines the role and representation of women in contemporary society. Viewed as a whole, the exhibition exemplifies how various forms of art making allow for nonverbal communication on a deeply personal level, communications that are often more powerful or truthful than the verbal or the written. The works create a dialogue between the viewer and the artwork that is filtered through uniquely female experiences and perspectives, inviting viewers to question modern social and political landscapes.
Between I & Thou includes artists from many different areas of the globe, exploring
interconnections between the personal, cultural, religious and national. The works reflect the human need to tell the story of self and society, offering a rich conversation about the sameness and differentness among us. There is an emphasis on the inclusion of senior artists whose works cogently reflect lives lived across significant changes in history.
February 4, 2017 - July 28, 2018
Opening reception: Saturday, February 4, 2017, 5 - 7 PM
Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art
1701 Main St, Peekskill, NY 10566
Friday: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday - Sunday: 12:00 - 6:00 pm
Related Exhibition - Orly Cogan: Summer Lovin
Sunday, June 10, 2018, 2-4 PM
Hudson Valley Museum of Contemporary Art
1701 E Main St, Peekskill, NY 10566
The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (HVCCA) in Peekskill NY welcomes work from a leader in the current fiber arts movement, artist Orly Cogan, for her solo exhibition Summer Lovin’. The exhibit will run from June 10th to July 31 an opening reception at the museum on Sunday, June 10th from 5:30 -7 p.m. preceded by the artist panel, “Home: A State of Mind,” featuring Orly Cogan, Susan Obrant, Jayoung Yoon, and Erika Harrsch with a special reading by Sharon Samuel and Celia Reissig-vasile.
EVIDENCE is a living / breathing / micropublishing project currently based in Montréal, Québec. EVIDENCE began in 2017 as an annual collection of highly curated multimedia printed works +has since expanded to collaborate with artists, academics + beyond in the production of fine handmade limited edition chapbooks, anthologies, + artist books.
March 8 - May 3, 2018
50 Irish Lane, East Islip, NY 11730
Saturday & Sunday 12am - 4pm
In benefit of Marianna Ellenberg's Pawel & Ebola, premiering at The Kitchen, February 22–24, 2018 http://thekitchen.org/event/marianna-ellenberg-pawel-ebola
February 20 – March 10, 2018
Open by appointment
March 1–3, 2018
Open to the public 12–6 PM
March 3, 7PM
Reception (RSVP required)
ALYSSA DAVIS GALLERY
2 Cornelia St, No 1102
New York, NY 10014
Curated by Tal Beery and Eric Heist
Opening reception November 4, 6-8PM
November 4 - December 17, 2017
A Momenta Art exhibition presented at
11 Spring Street, Newburgh, NY 12550
gallery hours: Saturday and Sunday, 12-6PM,
or call for access Monday through Friday, 9AM-5PM: 815.391.8855
The artists in Land and Time confront monumental transformations through video, sculpture, performance, and painting, embracing time as a palpable element in their work. These artists mine forgotten histories or expose imagined landscapes, reminding us that every “landscape is not a record but a recording,” polyvalent and multivocal. Land and time are in flux, unable to be pinned down, frozen, or commodified. And yet, they reflect upon us.
October 11 - 22, 2017
Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 11, 6-8PM
2nd Reception during EFA Open Studios: Friday, October 20, 6-9PM
EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop
Blackburn 20|20 gallery
323 West 39th Street 2nd Floor NY NY 10018
Bronx Calling: The Fourth AIM Biennial features the work of seventy-two emerging artists from the 2016 and 2017 classes of the Bronx Museum’s Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) program. AIM provides professional development resources to emerging artists living and working in the New York metropolitan area. The exhibition is organized by Aylet Ojeda Jequin, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art, National Museum of Fine Arts, Havana; and the Bronx Museum’s Christine Licata, Director of Community and Public Programs; and, Heather Reyes, independent curator.
July 22 – October 22, 2017
Opening reception: Thursday, July 27, 6-8pm
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concourse
Bronx, New York 10456
Wednesday 1:00pm - 6:00pm
Thursday 11:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 11:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday 11:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday 11:00am - 6:00pm
Soft Power is a group exhibition which explores notions of human condition and power dynamics through the use of hand manipulation of “soft” malleable materials such as felt, fabric, canvas and human hair. The artworks include sculptural objects, wall hangings, canvas constructions and performance. United by their use of soft materials and the handmade, each artist uniquely activates their own space of inquiry, evoking their own relationship to place, body, space and time.
September 6th - October 22nd, 2017
Opening Reception: Wed, September 6th, 6 - 8pm
Lesley Heller Workspace
54 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10002
Hours: Wed-Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 12-6pm
Opening Reception: Fri, September 8th, 6pm
Korean Cultural Center DC
2370 Massachusetts Avenue N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
Mon - Fri: 9am - 5:30pm (Lunch break: 12pm-1:30pm)
My works are featured in Make8elieve online magazine, Issue #11.
p.132-133 and p.136 -137
Make8elieve is usually an online magazine, born of a collaboration between two artists, Michelle Marie Murphy (Chicago, Illinois) and Baptiste Lefebvre (Cetusss) (Geneva, Switzerland). With Make8elieve, we’d like to build international connections by publishing creative interpretations of one topic per issue. We believe we can organize an intelligent, challenging, and well designed magazine with contemporary and unusual topics.
June 3, 2017 - July 29, 2017
Opening reception on Saturday, June 3, in conjunction with the 2017 Newburgh Illuminated Festival from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
Ann street gallery
104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550
Wednesday and Thursday: 9:00 am - 1:30 pm, 2:30PM - 5:00PM
Friday and Saturday: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Newburgh Last Saturday: until 8:00 pm
ICEVIEW Volume 1 is a bilingual collection of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art inspired by Iceland. The works in this volume explore the impact that geology and environment have on identity, investigate questions of displacement, community, (un)belonging, and the ethics of contemporary travel.
Soffía Bjarnadóttir, Kimberly Anderson Ritchie, Frank Herrmann, Simone Darcy, Jayoung Yoon, Margaret Hester, Christiane Peschek, Barbara L. Reimer, Rose Draper, Marie Mons, Megan Perra, Hanne G, François Quévillon, Jérémy Pailler, Anja Teske, Emma Gibson, Grace Coberly, and Cornelia Theimer Gardella
May 6 - 26, 2017
Opening Reception: Wednesday, May 17th, 6 - 8pm
Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street, Beacon, New York
Hours: Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday from 1 - 5PM
March 3 - April 2, 2017
Opening reception: Sat, March 4th, 3- 5PM
Gallery open for public viewing, 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Mondays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays (except Saturday March 18, Sunday March 19, and Sunday, March 26, when the hall will be used for paid-admission events.) Saturdays March 25 and April 2, 1:00 to 2:30 p.m.
Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street, Beacon
New York 12508
January 28 - March 25, 2017
Opening reception: Saturday, January 28, 2017, 6:30-8:30 PM
Ann street gallery
104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550
Wednesday and Thursday: 9:00 am - 1:30 pm, 2:30PM - 5:00PM
Friday and Saturday: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Newburgh Last Saturday: until 8:00 pm
January 25 - March 19, 2017
Opening reception: Sunday, January 29, 2017, 2-5 PM
New Bedford Art Museum
608 Pleasant St, New Bedford, MA 02740
Wednesday – Sunday: 12:00 – 5:00 pm
(Thursday: 12:00 – 9:00 pm)
Gallery 224 presents Leslie Pontz, Warren Seelig, and Jayoung Yoon in a group exhibition curated by Craft + Material Studies Program Director Mi-Kyoung Lee.
January 19 - February 3, 2017
Opening reception: Tuesday, January 31, 2017, 5-7 PM l Artist Talk 6PM
224 gallery, The University of the Arts
333 South Broad Street, 2nd floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
My presentation from *PechaKucha Beacon Vol. 7 is live on the Official Pechakucha Website.
(*PechaKucha 20x20 is a presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds.)
I am happy to announce that my work is included in the book, "See Yourself X: Human Futures Expanded" by Madeline Schwartzman, published by Black Dog Publishing.
To purchase the book:
(Image: Mappting Senses 02, 2016, etching on BFK rive paper, edition of 20 )
December 3 -January 8
Opening reception: December 3, 6-9
137 Main Street, Beacon NY 12508
Fri-Sun 1-6PM and by appointment only
MEMBERS SHOW 2015
at the Blackburn 20|20 gallery
323 West, 39 Street, 5th floor NY, NY 10018
October 5 - October 23, 2016
Opening Reception: Wednesday, October 5, 6-9PM
Closing Reception during EFA Open Studios: Friday, October 21, 6-9PM
163 Plymouth St, Brooklyn, New York 11201
“Eighteen” exhibits the work of Dev Harlan , Cheryl Wing-Zi Wong and Jayoung Yoon — three artists working in sculpture, installation and transformation over time. The title of the show references the spatial concept of Gallery Usagi; architect Sou Fujimoto’s design is based on eighteen movable panels that divide, striate and give impermeability to our space. In “18”, the panels are used not as surfaces to display 2D work, but as interventions in space that divide time.
August 12 - September 18, 2016
Part 1 (August 12 - 21, 2016)
Part 2 (August 24 - September 4, 2016)
Part 3 (September 7 - 18. 2016)
Czong Institute for Contemporary Art (CICA)
196-30, Samdo-ro, Yangchon-eup, Gimpo-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea 415-843
Wed-Sun 10:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Click to open the catalog
"Jayoung Yoon's sculptures from her "Form and Emptiness" series consist of meticulous woven mesh boxes, hung from the ceiling. Each cradles a different geometric form at its heart, and all are woven from strands of human hair. The resulting little abstract sculptures feel both intimate and elegant."
May 4-10, 2016 10AM-5PM
Inaugural Reception: Thursday, May 5th 6-9PM
Federal Hall National Monument, 26 Wall Street, New York, NY
I am participating the first Portal Art Fair organized by 4heads at Federal Hall National Memorial in New York during Frieze week. The fair features 28 artists. Featured artists will install their work across three floors of the building. My work will be at the lower level rotunda.
"Wearle Matters took place for one evening on May 2nd, 2015 and featured work by local and international artists".
"The Wearble Matters event arose out of our shared interest in artork that attempts to directly reach the viewer as a wearer; to implicate their bodies."
Curated and Catalog by Ntilit & Netta Sadovsky
Performance (featuring my video)
Fri-Sat, April 1-2, 7:30PM & Sun, April 3, 2:30PM
The Secret Theatre
44-02 23rd Street, Long Island City, NY 11101
Ticket info: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2484771
*** We have launched an indiegogo campaign to help raise funds for this show. Please help us spread the word, invite your friends and family to come see the show, and raise funds to cover the cost. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/shut-eye/x/291047#/
March 19 - April 17
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 19, 4-6pm
Artist Talk 3pm
Intricate Realities, a group show featuring the work of Patrick Duffy, Hannah Brenner-Leonard, and Jayoung Yoon. Flowing repetition of form and precise attention to detail form a unifying link between these three artists.
The Catskill Art Society (CAS)
48 Main Street, Livingston Manor, NY 12758
Thurs-Sat + Mon: 11am-6pm
Closed Tues + Wed
Featured in 'Textiel Plus' magazine in Netherlands
Nummer 235, Voorjaar 2016 (Number 235, Spring 2016)
'Haar als materiaal' ('Hair as material')
Feb 18, 2016
Post-Baccalaureate in Fine Arts, Maryland Institute College of Art
I am so happy to announce I have been accepted the Artist in the Marketplace program in 2016 at Bronx Museum. The AIM program provides professional-development guidance to emerging artists. Every two years, the museum organizes the biennial.
presented by Hudson Valley Museum of Contemporary Art
Opening Reception: September 27th, from 12-5PM
at 100-150 North Water Street, Peekskill, New York
My Space is located in the 190 N Water Street, Peekskill, NY. It is a site-specific installation project, ‘Web of life’, an 8-foot diameter sculpture composed entirely of hand-knotted human hair. There will be a live performance with my hair installation, Noon to 2:30pm.
Festival will be on view: September 27th – December 31st, 2015
Locations: Hudson Valley MoCA + public parks + industrial spaces and storefronts in Peekskill, New York
produced and commissioned by More Art
presented by Arts Brookfield
October 26 - October 28, 2015, 9AM-5PM
Brookfield Place, 230 Vesey Street, New York , NY 10821
I am happy to announce that I will join Ernesto Pujol's (http://www.ernestopujol.org) new group performance, titled 9-5, at Arts Brookfield, NY. This durational performance will take place from Oct 26 to Oct 28, 2015, lasting from 9A.M. to 5P.M. daily, for a total of 24 hours. - See more at: www.moreart.org, www.artsbrookfield.com
I am participated in 8th Annual Governors Island Art Fair in September! My room is located in Building 408B, 1st Floor.
Governors Island Art Fair is organized by 4heads, a New York City nonprofit organization, created by artists for artists.
Locations: Governors Island, Colonels Row Bldg. 404, 405, 407 and 408.
Hours: 11am – 6pm on Saturdays and Sundays, September 5 – 27, 2015.
Governors Island is accessible by an 8-minute ferry ride from the
Battery Maritime Building (10 South Street) in Lower Manhattan or a
3-minute ferry ride from Brooklyn Bridge Park’s Pier 6 (at the end of
Atlantic Avenue, at Columbia Street) in Brooklyn. The ferry ride costs
May 8 - May 31, 2015
Opening Reception: Friday, May 8, 2015, 7-9PM
The Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street, Beacon, New York 12508
Thursday to Sunday from 1:00 – 5:00 P.M.,
plus an extended time on “Second Saturday, Beacon", May 16th opens until 9:00 P.M.
W E A R A B L E M A T T E R S
is a presentation and exploration on wearable art made by local and international artists. We invite the public to not only observe but participate in the artwork embodiment.
ONE EVENING EVENT AT IMMERSIVE GALLERY
IN WILLIAMSBURG, NY, 132 BEDFORD AVENUE
Saturday May 2nd, 2015 6-10PM
ntilit & netta sadovsky
: An Exhibition from the Archive of Korean Artists in America,
Part Three 2001-2013
Dates: April 22 to May 28, 2015
Opening Reception: Wednesday, April 22, 2015 6–8PM
Gallery hours: Monday to Friday, 10AM - 5PM
Gallery Korea, Korean Cultural Service New York
460 Park Avenue (at 57th Street), 6th floor
New York, New York 10022
Theo Ganz Studio
149 Main Street
Beacon, NY 12508
April 11 - May 3, 2015
opening reading by Linda Shere 4:30 pm
reception to follow 6-8pm
Gallery hours are Friday - Sunday 12 - 5 pm and by appointment.
Joseph Campbell’s from his Power of Myth:
Eternity isn’t some later time. Eternity isn’t a long time. Eternity has nothing to do with time. Eternity is that dimension of here and now which thinking and time cuts out. This is it. And if you don’t get it here, you won’t get it anywhere.
March 23 -April 9, 2015.
Opening reception April 2, 5-7pm
Teachers College Macy Gallery
444 Macy Building, Columbia University
525 West 120th Street
New York, NY 10027
This group exhibition “Repsychling” presents the works of professional, self-taught, and student artists who investigate processes which explore art making through recycling, repurposing and repetition. The group exhibition introduces art that explores how artists’ conceptualizes what they see through materiality, multiplicity and replication. The diversity of participating artists in “Repsychling” offers new perspectives and raises inquiry of the traditional paradigms of art in society and art education through materials and reiterations of content.
March 24 - April 12, 2015
Opening Reception April 10, 7-9pm
Concordia University Ann Arbor
Kreft Center for the Arts
4090 Geddes Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
2015 Kreft Juried National Exhibition examines and illustrates the relationship between these two entities. Coupling them immediately suggests pairs of opposites: physical and metaphysical, flesh and spirit, earth and heaven. How do we live in the body and yet recognize and celebrate the soul? How is one manifested through the other? What do they tell us about the nature of human personhood? What might it mean to be “soulful”?
Featured in Stigmart VideoFocus Special Edition, Feb 2015
"Stigmart10 has been building a cultural bridge between art forms, focusing on avant-garde cinema and videoart: Videofocus is the place where the energy of both worlds meets." http://stigmartpress.yolasite.com/
image: Os & Is (black and red) Letter press on paper by Betty Bressi
Saturday, February 14, 2015
Live Performance, 3-3:30pm
(with a poetry event starting at 2:00 pm)
at the Staten Island Museum
Place, Staten Island, NY 10301
(a short walk from the SI Ferry)
Free with Museum Admission
Kevin Norton (composer & percussionist) http://www.kevinnorton.com
Florence Poulain (dancer, choreographer) http://florencepoulain.com/
Jayoung Yoon (performance artist, visual artist)
BRIC has programmed ‘2014 Media Arts Fellowship Screening’ to air on their channels over the next couple of months. Also you can watch only my interview on BRIC’s Youtube.
There are three TV programs:
1 Hour Media Artist Fellowship program
Monday, 1/5/15 @ 4pm, Ch. BPN 1 (TW 34, CV 67, Verizon 42, RCN 82)
Monday, 1/12/15 @ 4pm, Ch. BPN 1 (TW 34, CV 67, Verizon 42, RCN 82)
Monday, 2/2/15 @ 4pm, Ch. BPN 1 (TW 34, CV 67, Verizon 42, RCN 82)
Monday, 2/9/15 @ 4pm, Ch. BPN 1 (TW 34, CV 67, Verizon 42, RCN 82)
Group 1 Media Artist Fellowship program (30 min)
(Santina Amato, Jenn Kahn, Jayoung Yoon and Ryan Hartley-Smith)
Wednesday, 1/7/15 @ 5:30pm, Ch. BPN 3 (TW 56, CV 69, Verizon 44, RCN 84)
Wednesday, 1/14/15 @ 5:30pm, Ch. BPN 3 (TW 56, CV 69, Verizon 44, RCN 84)
Wednesday, 2/4/15 @ 5:30pm, Ch. BPN 3 (TW 56, CV 69, Verizon 44, RCN 84)
Wednesday, 2/11/15 @ 5:30pm, Ch. BPN 3 (TW 56, CV 69, Verizon 44, RCN 84)
Group 2 Media Artist Fellowship program (30 min)
(Elizabeth Riley, Hayat Hyatt, Mike Estabrook, Monstah Black)
Friday, 1/9/15 @ 4:30pm, Ch. BPN 3 (TW 56, CV 69, Verizon 44, RCN 84)
Friday, 1/16/15 @ 4:30pm, Ch. BPN 3 (TW 56, CV 69, Verizon 44, RCN 84)
Friday, 2/6/15 @ 4:30pm, Ch. BPN 3 (TW 56, CV 69, Verizon 44, RCN 84)
Friday, 2/13/15 @ 4:30pm, Ch. BPN 3 (TW 56, CV 69, Verizon 44, RCN 84)
7:00 PM-9:00 PM
BRIC House Stoop
647 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Open to the Public!
Come see what the 2014 Media Arts Fellows have been up to! Attend a screening of work created by this year's Fellows, using the skills and knowledge they have acquired during their BRIC Media Arts Fellowship, which makes BRIC's Media Education courses, equipment and facilities available to professional Brooklyn-affiliated visual artists at no charge.
de novo dance(www.denovodance.com) presents Sleep Lab, two different evenings of works-in-progress made by company members, guest artist friends, and artists from the HANAC Harmony Innovative Senior Center in Astoria.
When: Saturday and Sunday, November 8 & 9, 8PM
Where: Mandragoras Art Space (www.mandragoras.org), 36-01 36th Ave., 3rd Floor, in Astoria (http://goo.gl/maps/X4DNd)
211 Fishkill Ave, Beacon, New York 12508
A collaborative event at the KuBe combining works from over 30 artists, Principals Principles explores formal and conceptual connections between a diverse range of artists' principles, and the principal languages invented by each.Please join us this coming second Saturday for several solo exhibitions, musical performance and a large scale group exhibition of local and international artists in the Kube's Art Center. Exhibitions and events will start at 5 PM, with an after party and music in the courtyard from 7-late.
5.3.2014 – 12.14.2014
Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art
1000 Richmond Terrace (between Tysen Street and Snug Harbor Road)
Staten Island, NY 10301
Open Wednesday – Sunday from 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
(718) 425-3524 or email@example.com
I am participated in Anne Wilson's group performance, 'To Cross (Walking New York)' in conjunction with the exhibition Thread Lines at The Drawing Center, NY.
I will perform these sundays.
Sun, Sept 21, 12:30-5:30pm
Sun, Sept 28, 12:30-5:30pm
Thursday, June 5th, 6PM - 8:30PM
111 Front Street, Brooklyn NY 11201
In conjunction with the current exhibition, Subtle Approach, BAC Gallery presents a screening of Cleansing the Memories and Quiet Mind, two videos by Jayoung Yoon.
Wednesday, May 7 through Sunday, May 11, 2014 (8PM-12AM)
Tuesday, May 6th, 8PM-12AM - working rehearsal
One Bryant Park Urban Garden Room (corner of 43rd and Avenue of the America)
The event is free and open to public viewing
Made possible by chashama (http://www.chashama.org)
In this site-specific performance, we inhabit the Urban Garden space for 6 days between hours 8PM and 12AM. “Time-space capsule”invites the artists and the audience to enter a suspended time-space in the midst of ever accelerating New York City in search for glimpses of stillness, simplicity, nature, and beauty. We use movement, non-movement, visibility and invisibility, vulnerability, and public engagement as vehicles for transformation.
time-space capsule artists:
Interactive music: Steven Kemper and Aurie Hsu
Performers: Irina Kom, Ian Wen, Steven Kemper, Aurie Hsu, Erin Holmes, Lauren Jeanette, Bob Lyness, Hiram Pines, Lauren Robbiani, Maria Estefania Vaz Ferreira, Mattie Waters, Baptiste Denient, and Jayoung Yoon
de novo dance is partnered with HANAC (www.hanac.org), one of New York City’s largest and most successful social service organizations. We are proud to collaborate with seniors from the HANAC Harmony Innovative Senior Center in Astoria, Queens.
BRIC is pleased to announce the 13 artists who have been selected to receive the 2014 Media Arts Fellowship, an award which makes BRIC’s state-of-the-art media facilities and training programs available to professional Brooklyn-affiliated visual artists who have an interest in taking their practice farther. 2014 Media Arts Fellows: Santina Amato, Reginald Ellis Crump (AKA Monstah Black), collaborative team Terri Chiao & Adam Frezza, Mike Estabrook, Buhm Hong, Hayat Hyatt,Jenn Kahn, Bundith Phunsombatlert, Elizabeth Riley, Ryan Hartley Smith, Laura Silver, and Jayoung Yoon.
Curated by Mira Schor
January 9 - February 2, 2014
111 Front Street, #228
Brooklyn, NY 1120
Opening Reception: Thursday Jan 9th, 6-9pm
Video Screening, Saturday, Jan 18th, 3-5pm
Panal Discussion Saturday, Feb 1st, 4-6pm
An exhibition-in-print that explores the mercurial, intangible, messy, and expansive subject of love.
We are artists who live and work in Los Angeles, and we are working to publish a limited edition art book called Articulate. For this edition, all the work explores the topic of love.
Articulate is an exhibition-in-print that gives you the opportunity to bring home a thoughtfully curated selection of art and allows artists to get their work out to viewers without relying on galleries.
Reception: Wednesday, November 13, 6-8pm
Wednesday, November 6 – Saturday, November 23, 2013
THE SYLVIA WALD + PO KIM ART GALLERY
417 Lafayette Street, 4th Floor at E4th Street
(bet. Astor Place and East 4th Street)
Exhibiting artists: Jeesu Kim, Chang-Jin Lee, Hyemin Lee, Jayoung Yoon
Available in bookstores around September 3
STONE VOICES explores the many connections between art and spirituality. Its premise is that art has the capacity to touch the human spirit, awaken conditions for genuine healing, and enrich people’s lives with tremendous joy.
Draw to Heal
Jayoung Yoon & Zachary Skinner
Friday, June1 st, 2013 | 7-10pm
109 Ingraham Street, Stuie 315 Brooklyn, NY 11237
Saturday-Sunday, June 1st-June 2nd | 12-7PM
Bushwick Open Studio
May 31st - June 2nd, 2013
Mind out of Time
July 18 - August 17, 2013
Tursday, July 18, 2013
Thursday, August 15, 2013 | 5-7pm
Live Performance | 6pm
Here Arts Center
145 6th Avenue New York, NY 10013
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday | 2-7pm
Periodically, BRIC invites well-known artists and arts professionals to create a Short List of some of their favorite artists in the BRIC Contemporary Artist Registry. The artists on the Short List arefeatured in the main slideshow on the Registry homepage.
June 21 - July 21, 2012
at The Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery
417 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10003