Yuna Chun is born in the bustling city of Seoul, Korea but has spent her adolescent years in the mellow city of Melbourne, Australia. After finishing her BFA at
RMIT University in Melbourne, she began producing works for a number of group and solo shows. Her work depicts the geometric forms of urban structures combined with vibrant colours.
2011 Bachelor of Fine Art, Painting
RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
[Texture of Space] Gallery Grida, Seoul
[Scientific Drawing] Gallery White Birch, Seoul
[Superposition] Gallery White Birch, Seoul
[Disposition of Space] Klein Blue Gallery, Jeju
[Perception] Arcade Project Space, Footscray, Melbourne.
[Coloured Wall] Dental Hospital of Seoul National University, Seoul
[Uncertainty of self] Tom and Toms gallery, Seoul
[숨은 희망 찾기; finding hope] Uljiro Atelier, Seoul, Korea.
[Temporary Residence] Monday week gallery, Melbourne, Australia.
[60%] Rooftop Art Space on Curtin House, Melbourne, Australia.
[YAP gifts] Gallery Ilho, Seoul
[Young Lang Syne : 회고와 도약] Momo gallery, Seoul.
[2016 Jamunbak Art festival] Seoul.
[Fill the Gap] Hidden M gallery, Seoul.
[Affordable Art Fair- New York] Metropolitan Pavilion, New York
[Young Lang Syne – 회고와 도약] Seoul
[Art Terminal_Art Emotion Delivery – Courier] Art Terminal Museum, Jeoungseon
[Kintex Spoon Art Show 2016] KINTEX, Ilsan
[2016 Jeju Art Fair] Jeju Island
[2016 Jamunbak Art Festival] Seoul, Korea
[International Street Dance Festival] Organized by Feel the Fill, Jangan-dong, Seoul
[Falling to the deep] Gongsangondo, Seoul
[2016 Breeze Art fair: new altitude] Organized by A Company, Blue square Nemo gallery, Seoul
[Fill The Gap] Hidden M gallery, Seoul
[What’s your favorite color?] Humax Art room, Bundang, Korea.
[Expressed in heaven] Samtan Art Mine, Jeongson, Korea.
[Jamunbak Art festival-Culture is Life], Seoul, Korea.
[2015 Breeze Art fair] Organized by A Company, Seoul Innovation Centre, Seoul
[Shared Experience] Inqubator, curated by Sandor Matos, Melbourne, Australia.
[2015 Breeze Art fair] Seoul Innovation Park, Seoul, Australia.
[Work: Yuna Chun and Kubota Fumikazu] FortDelta gallery, Melbourne, Australia.