Yva Jung

Florence Trust Summer Show
St. Saviours, Aberdeen Park, Highbury, London N5 2AR
Date: Friday 28 June – Sat 13 July

Kupala Festival 2019 – Lunar Edition
Saturday 22 June 5-8 pm
Phytology, Bethnal Green Nature Reserve, London

Solo exhibition at the Departure Lounge
Opening: Thur 30 May 6-8pm
Closing: Sat 13 July 1-3pm
Monday Morning is generously funded by Arts Council England and Revoluton Arts.
It is organised by Departure Lounge and supported by Luton Culture.

Performance: Sample Sale
Date: Sunday 28 April 2019, 12 noon – 2pm
Location: Melson Square (opposite Ryman Stationery), The Mall, Luton
I will be in the Mall inviting people to barter stories for my sculptures.
My performance is generously supported by Arts Council England and Revoluton Arts.

I have been awarded the Arts Council National Lottery Project Grant for my solo exhibition at the Departure Lounge/Storefront in Luton.

Florence Trust Winter Open Studios 2019, London
Preview: Friday 1st February, 6-9pm
Open: 2nd – 3rd February, 12-6pm

I will be taking part in an open studio at the Florence Trust. Participating artists include: Siobhan Beaton, David Cuesta, Theo Ellison, Anne von Freyburg, Rhiannon Hunter, Ralph Hunter-Menzies, Yva Jung, Rona Lee Natalia Markowska, Davinia-Ann Robinson and Abel Shah

I have been awarded a year long residency at the Florence Trust Studio, London.

I have been awarded Arts Council Korea funding for my project ‘Morning Dew on Monday Morning’ that I will be developing at the Florence Trust Studio.

Korean Eye | Perceptual Trace
Curated by Mehta Bell Projects
START Art Fair, Saatchi Gallery
Date: 13-17th September 2017

My photograph will be on display at the Korean Eye exhibition, START fair in Saatchi Gallery, London

Ivana Kupala Celebration
7 July 2018
Phytology, Bethnal Green Nature Reserve, London
I will be taking part in an event of celebrating the summer solstice. Collaborators include: Martina Schwarz (musician, composer-songwriter), Merlyn Driver (musician and singer), Olha Pryymak (artist working with paintings, performances/social sculptures), Vanessa Von Heydebreck (artist working with sculptural collages) and Yva Jung (artist working with improvised encounters).