Yuna Chun is born in the bustling city of Seoul, Korea but has spent her adolescent years in the mellow city of Melbourne, Australia. After finishing her BFA at RMIT University in Melbourne, she began producing works for a number of group and solo shows. Recently she has returned to Seoul and is spending time with her mum, brother and tiny dachshund Mandoo.

Her work depicts the geometric forms of urban structures combined with vibrant colours. The works are all delicately hand painted, and this also lends humanity to the structure through visible authentic mistakes. Yuna believes her work represents herself and so that she hand paints her work. She believes the traditional hand painting and sees it as putting her soul in to the piece which makes the work alive and be part of herself.







Solo Shows


2015            [Finding Hope] Uljiro 4-Ga Atelier, Seoul, Korea


2013            [Temporary Residence] Mondayweek gallery, Melbourne.


2012            [60%] Rooftop Art Space on Curtin House, Melbourne.

                    Group Shows


2015            [Breeze Art fair; New attitude] Seoul, Korea, upcoming in



2014            [Work:Yuna Chun and Kubota Fumikazu] FortDelta gallery,



2013            [Work] Fort Heart Place, Melbourne


                    [New Acquisitions; Vol # 2 , 2013] Fort Delta gallery,



                    [New Acquisitions; Vol # 1 , 2013] Fort Delta gallery,



                    [Uncertain Order] Blindside Gallery, Melbourne.


                    [Entry 2013] Brunswick art gallery, Melbourne.


2012            [Entry 2012] Brunswick art gallery, Melbourne.


2011            RMIT University Fine art - Painting Graduation exhibition.


2010            [New arrivals] Yae‐ In Art gallery, Melbourne.


2009            Graduation exhibition in Methodist Ladies College, Melbourne.




Fort Delta Gallery, Melbourne, Australia


Mondayweek Gallery, Melbourne, Australia




RMIT University- Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

Bachelor of Fine Art, Painting 2011


Methodist Ladies College, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA  2009