Jesse Chun Jesse Chun


Lives and works in New York

2019 (*forthcoming)
What's Love Got to Do with It, The Drawing Center, New York, NY
Material Tells, Oakville Galleries, Ontario, CA
It will never become quite familiar to you, Artcenter/SouthFlorida, Miami, FL
What is Feminist Art, The Smithsonian, Archive of American Art, Washington, DC *
Point of Departure, The Drawing Center, New York, NY *
TBD, 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA | solo *

Moving Body, Moving Study, BAM, Brooklyn, NY
Queens International: Volumes, Queens Museum, Queens, NY
Liquid Myths: Jesse Chun and Guadalupe Maravilla, a collaborative sound lecture, BAM, Brooklyn, NY 
Subtitles, BRIC, Brooklyn, NY | solo 
Ways to Die, Bruce High Quality Foundation, Brooklyn, NY
name against the same sound, Baxter St at CCNY, New York, NY | solo

Bronx Museum Biennial, Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY
Parafiction, ArtCenter/SouthFlorida, Miami, FL
Twenty Five Hours, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn, NY | solo public commission
Alien Nations, Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY
Relative Material, Nurture Art, Brooklyn, NY
Media Arts Fellow Screening, BRIC, Brooklyn, NY
As A Matter Of Fact, Alpha, New York, NY

Jesse Chun: On Paper, Spencer Brownstone Gallery, New York, NY | solo
Valid From Until, Booklyn, Brooklyn, NY | solo
Borderless: In Perspective
, curated by NYFA, Lite-Haus Galerie, Berlin, DE
High Desert/Inner Space, Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM
FILMIDEO, Index Art Center & Newark Museum, Newark, NJ
Contemporary Photography, CICA Museum, Gimpo, KR

Lift Off, Fridman Gallery, New York, NY
Radical Color, Newspace Center for Photography, Portland, OR
AIPAD, Park Ave Armory, New York, NY
Weaving Time: Archive of Korean Artists in America Part III, the Korean Cultural Center New York, NY

We live here too, Space Debris Art, Istanbul, TR
In Retrospect
, the Korean Cultural Center New York, NY
Residual Impression, the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center, New York, NY
SVA MFA Thesis Exhibition, SVA Gallery, New York, NY


International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP), National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship
(in support with the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts), Brooklyn, NY
The Drawing Center, Open Sessions, New York, NY
The Lower East Side Printshop, Keyholder Residency, New York, NY
The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Artists in the Marketplace, Bronx, NY
BRIC, Media Arts Fellowship, Brooklyn, NY
The Bruce High Quality Foundation, BHQFU Studio + Teaching Residency, Brooklyn, NY
The Baum Award, Nominee, San Francisco, CA

Diana Seo Hyung Lee, "Queens International 2018: Volumes", ArtAsiaPacific
Editors, "What to See in 2019", Canadian Art
Taylor Estape, "'It Will Never Become Quite Familiar to You' Considers Cultural Intersections", Miami New Times

Dawn Chan, "Critic's Pick", Artforum
Jonathan Goodman, "Jesse Chun: Name Against the Same Sound", The Brooklyn Rail
Hannah Stamler, "Supple Language: Jesse Chun Interviewed by Hannah Stamler", BOMB 
Diana Seo Hyung Lee, "Name Against the Same Sound: Jesse Chun", ArtAsiaPacific
Editors, "8 Artists to Watch in October 2018", Artspace

Erica Dawn Lyle, "MFA Quality" (on BHQFU), Art in America, Web and Print
Jennifer Picht, "Here is Everything You Can Do at Brooklyn Bridge Park This Summer", Time Out New York
Loney Abrams, "BHQFU on How to Run a Free Art School with the 'Worst' Business Model", Artspace

Hannah Stamler, "Critic's Pick", Artforum
Jacquelyn Gleisner, "Places Within Us: Jesse Chun's On Paper Series", Art21
Peter Plagens, "Prison, Paper and Puns in New York's Art Galleries: Jesse Krimes, Jesse Chun and Georges Hugnet in this week's Fine Art", The Wall Street Journal
Hyo-Won Lee, "Artist Jesse Chun Explores Poetics of Transculturalism", The Korea Times, Web and Print, KR
Seph Rodney, "Using Official Forms to Unpack the Migration Experience", Hyperallergic
Giaco Furino, "Looking Good 'On Paper', This Exhibit Merges Mundane Paperwork with Fine Art", VICE: The Creators Project
Donghui Shin, "Jesse Chun: On Paper" 사진예술 (Sajinyesul: Photo Art Korea), Seoul, KR, Summer, p.33, Print (in Korean)
Emily Colucci, "Jesse Chun: Home As A Metaphor", Frontrunner Magazine
Osman Yerebakan, "A New Country, A New Shore: Jesse Chun's On Paper at Spencer Brownstone Gallery", Baxter St. CCNY
Asia Literary Review, Issue #30 Contemporary Korean Writers (Cover Art), HK, Print

Der Greif Magazine, Artist Feature + Guest Writer
Der Greif, Issue 8, Feature, Print, DE
Steadfast Magazine, Issue 1, Feature, Print, NY
Packet Biweekly, Issue #064, Print, NY

The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Hot Pixels: Processing Identity Through Digital Art [link]
Feb - April 

The Bruce High Quality Foundation University, Brooklyn, NY
ESL: Transcultural Poetics [link]
Feb - April

Visiting Artist, Parsons the New School for Design, MFA Photography, Summer Lecture Series, New York, NY
Thesis review panel, Parsons the New School for Design, Photography Dept, New York, NY
Guest lecture, New York University, Steinhardt, New York, NY

Artist talk, Triple Canopy, Offline Sessions, New York, NY
Panelist, SVA MFA Photo Video and Related Media Department talk with Barbara Pollack, New York, NY
Artist talk, SVA MFA Art Writing, Summer Intensive, New York, NY
Artist talk, ICP-Bard MFA, Professional Practices, New York, NY

Panelist, School of Visual Arts, MFA Photo Video and Related Media Dept, New York, NY
Artist talk, Fast Forward: Women In Photography Conference, New York, NY
Artist talk, Parsons the New School for Design, Professional Practices, New York, NY
Artist talk, Baxter St CCNY, Home Place, New York, NY
Panelist, Franklin Street Works, BYOU, Stamford, CT
Poetry Reading, Nurture Art, Relative Material, Brooklyn, NY
Artist talk, Hunter College, Asian American Studies, New York, NY
Artist talk and poetry reading, NADA, A Poetic Act, New York, NY

Artist talk, Rhode Island School of Design MFA, held at Booklyn Press, Brooklyn, NY
Guest lecture, Parsons the New School for Design, BFA Photo Department, New York, NY
Artist talk, Korean Association of New York Artists, New York, NY
Poetry reading, Booklyn, Brooklyn, NY

Guest lecture, Parsons the New School for Design, BFA Photo Department, New York, NY
Panelist, Fridman Gallery, Artists in Conversation with Elisabeth Biondi, New York, NY2014
Panelist, School of Visual Arts, Critical Information Conference, MFA Art Criticism & Writing Dept, New York, NY

WORKBOOK, published by Triple Canopy, online (digital publication)
Intangible Heritage, published by Wendy's Subway x BAM, Brooklyn, NY 
Blueprints, published by Silent Face Projects, Brooklyn, NY
Valid From Until, published by Booklyn Press, Brooklyn, NY

MFA, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
BFA, Parsons the New School for Design, New York, NY

The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Artist book collection, IL
Yale University Library Collection, New Haven, CT
Cleveland Clinic Art Collection, Cleveland, OH
Bennington College, Edward Clark Crossett Library, VT
The School of Visual Arts, Photography and Video Library Collection, New York, NY
The Los Angeles Contemporary Archive, CA