Julia Kwon's work joins the collection of the Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery. Julia also shares her studio practice during the dual pandemics through an interview with the Smithsonian Magazine.
Julia Kwon discusses her work in an interview conducted by fellow textile artist Paolo Arao. Read more about her interdisciplinary practice, how residencies have influenced her and look closer at the various fabrics she uses to create her work.
Julia Kwon's Back to Normal Is Not Enough is a set of prints created to be sold in support of various causes, as tangible offerings during a time when public discourse can feel abstract. Participate in the Project
April 23, 2021 - July 9, 2021 K-Art Recollection Korean Cultural Center | Washington, DC
Julia Kwon will exhibit her work in this exhibition that celebrates a group of Korean contemporary women artists and their active art practices.
"Collective Quilting" workshop at the Phillips Collection.
Solo exhibition "Yellow Womanhood" at Honfleur Gallery.
Artist lecture at Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum.
Solo exhibition "More Than a Body" at Target Gallery of Torpedo Factory Art Center.
Feature in PBS's WETA-TV program "WETA Arts" (S6 Ep2).