Kennen Sie schon die Künstlerin YounHee Yang?

YounHee Yang was born and raised in South-Korea. With the age of twenty she moved to the United States and lived in several cities.  She received her art instruction at the Dan-Kook University (Seoul) and Parsons School of Design (New York) and finished with the Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2005. She exhibited her artwork in numerous countries, including the United States, Austria, and Germany with more international exhibitions to come. In 2005 she relocated to  Germany and currently lives and works in Berlin as a freelance artist. Since 2009, Miss Yang organizes and leads a non-profit painting class for children and youth in the Somang-church in Berlin.

„My goal always was to make people wonder, to remind them, and to have them ask themselves questions.“


YounHee Yang

Parsons Fine Arts Exhibition, „Obsession“, ‚Obsession‘, New York / USA,  May 2004

Parsons Fine Arts Exhibition, „Threaded“, ‚Genesis‘, New York / USA, May 2005

Vernissage, „In Arte Kwastafer“, ‚Before the Moment‘, Munich / Germany, March 2006

Video Art Exhibition, „Imagination and Reality“, ‚Love and Water‘, Hallein / Austria,
 August 2008

Vernissage, „Midissage“, ‚I’m sorry‘, Galerie Wörthhof, Munich / Germany, November 2008

Video Exhibition,“Open Video“, ‚One Korea‘, Gasteig, Munich / Germany, November 2008 – January 2009
Group exhibition, „World of Imagination Vol. 2“, ‚Meditation I – V‘, APW Gallery, New York, NY, USA, March 2009

Group exhibition, „Personally Political – Contemporary Sensation“, ‚Hope – Hoffnung‘,  Art House Tacheles, Berlin, Germany, May – June 2009

Solo exhibition, „Reflections, 2004-09“, K5 Villa, Berlin, Germany, November 2009

Group exhibition, „Rise & Fall“, Various locations throughout the USA, November 2009

Video Exhibition,“Open Video“, ‚Time Machine‘, Gasteig, Munich / Germany, December 2009  – January 2010

Group exhibition, „Art Card Project“, ‚Spring‘, Ben Navaee Gallery, Toronto, Canada, 2009/10

Group exhibition, „Mit den Augen der Anderen“, Art and Prison eV, Berlin, Germany,  February – March 2010

Group exhibition, „Youth Cult 2010“, Dada Post Gallery, Berlin, Germany, March – April 2010


YounHee Yang

The development of my topics required me to move away from only painting and include the third dimension into my artistic work. In the future, I am planning more public works connected to space, such as installations, or time, such as contemporary Art Video. I want to explore the reactions of the passer-by and the impact that the messages of my work may have on them.
Unfortunately, temporary installations are very fleeting and only the pictures as documentation stay. That is why I also plan to start working with sculptures, which are much more permanent. I also want to explore more about how Germany with its people and its contemporary art dealt with the separation and subsequent reunification. One of my interests here is about what problems and scars still have to be overcome. I will further develop those ideas.

My current projects revolve around the exploration of humankind itself: human behavior, feelings, and mind. My artwork is all interconnected, be it painting, installation, or video-art. In the future I hope to completely intertwine these different modes of art and use them all together in objects. I see in much potential in Video Art – given the omnipresence of the moving picture these days.

Borderless – Grenzenlos

height: 30 cm sales option: on query
width: 40 cm    
technics: oil color technics postal code: 12207
work’s material: mesh canvas city/country: Berlin (D)
    signature: right bottom
. K U N S T ~ L E B E N . C O M


Eine Antwort to “Kennen Sie schon die Künstlerin YounHee Yang?”

  1. Andrew Carithers Says:

    YounHee Yang is con Artist

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