Korean -American artist Ju Yun's vibrant works take inspiration from mass culture in all its forms — from cartoons to fashion, film and music. Tirelessly experimental, her most recent pieces display a new level of technical skill and conceptual depth about transitioning between traditional Korean art and wholly contemporary subjects.
Ju Yun received her BFA in Painting from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. She has exhibited in the US and abroad including shows in Solo 2015 Art Expo in New York. Most recently in 2023" Hybrid Identity" Solo at the Susquehanna Art Museum (PA)and SOLOS at Museum of Contemporary Art Arlington(VA).
Her work has been shown in 2016 at LA-DC Exchange Exhibition: Same Way, Different Path
(Eight Women Show) Korean Cultural Center in Washington DC / Embassy of the Republic of Korea (D.C.). She also had selected National Juried Exhibition “Abstraction 2017” at Marin MOCA (Museum of Contemporary of Art in California) and 2022“The Homeward Bound Exhibition” in the Taubman Museum of Art and Contemporary Art in the Southern Appalachian Highlands at William King Museum of Art (WKMA) (VA). 2021, she exhibited The International Exhibition “Color 2021.” CICA Museum in (South Korea).
Ju Yun's works have been reviewed in The Washington Post and The Whurk Magazine in 2022. She lives and works in Virginia.