Trained as a traditional Oriental painter in Korea, Yoon-Young’s drawings and paintings integrate calligraphic and surrealistic methods of working into which the artist incorporates a wide range of contemporary cultural references ranging from fiction, documentary movies and plays to quiz sessions for the audience.

Yoon-Young holds her B.F.A. and M.F.A. from Ewha Women’s University in Seoul (1995). In 2004, she participated in the Gwangju Biennal. That same year , The Paradise Cultural Foundation supported her residency at the Changdong Art Studio, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea followed by the Art Omi Residency Program, N.Y. Her work is in the collection of The National Museum of Contemporary of Arts (MOCA), Seoul.

Projects and Exhibitions at Location One:
Logo Oriental Landscape Painting IRP Residents’ Exhibition Winter 2006

Interview with Yun Kyoung, independant curator.

Yoon-Young’s residency at Location One is supported by The Korean Culture and Arts Foundation.