John Yuyi (TW)

John Yuyi Portrait

Born 1991, Taiwan
Lives and works in New York, USA

John Yuyi (*1991, Taiwan), now based in New York City, received her BFA in Fashion Design from Shih Chien University in 2013. Yuyi’s work has been exhibited both in the US and internationally, including in ‘The Artist Is Online’, König Galerie, Berlin (2021); ‘Global Gallery’, König Galerie, Berlin (2021); ‘Manifest of freedom’ 193 Gallery, Paris (2020); ‘Eye See No Lashes’ Tao Art, Taipei (2021); Taipei Dangdai, Taipei (2019); The Art Vacancy, New York (2018); My(temporary)self, Los Angeles (2018); ‘John Yuyi’, Shanghai (2018); More Than A Gallery, Paris (2016); Off Topic, Taipei (2016), Watermark, Los Angeles (2016), and in Sydney. Most recently she was exhibited at Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland in 2021 as part of the exhibition ‘How to Win at Photography – Image-Making as Play’ along with artists such as Ed Ruscha, Cindy Sherman and Ai Weiwei as well as at Christophe Guye Galerie in Zurich, Switzerland in 2022. Furthermore, she was recently exhibited in the ‘Fundación Foto Colectania’ in Barcelona together with Roni Horn and Thomas Ruff amongst others.

She was recognised by Forbes magazine in the ‘30 under 30 Asia 2018 – The Arts’ category. Furthermore, Yuyi worked on international projects with Gucci, Kenzo, Burberry, and Maison Margiela, among other brands, and has been profiled by i-D, Office, NYLON, Dazed, Bullett, the BBC, and The New York Times.

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