Jin-me Yoon holds a BA from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver (1985), a BFA from Emily Carr College of Art, Vancouver (1990), and an MFA from Concordia University, Mobtreal (1992). Over the last three decades, her work has been presented nationally and internationally in hundreds of exhibitions, most recently in group and solo exhibitions in 2022 at Vancouver Art Gallery, the Venice Biennale, Fondazione Querini Stampalia (Venice), Seoul Museum of Art, Incheon Art Platform, Canada House (London, UK), Kamloops Art Gallery (BC), Southern Alberta Art Gallery (Lethbridge, AB), Walter Phillips Gallery (Banff, AB), Contemporary Calgary, and Confederation Centre of the Arts (Charlottetown, PEI), School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University (Vancouver), Digital Arts Resource Centre (Ottawa), Martha Street Studio street protest project (Winnipeg), and Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto). In 2023, Yoon will present solo exhibitions at the Image Centre (Toronto), Art Gallery at Evergreen (Coquitlam, BC), and Carleton University Art Gallery (Ottawa), as well as participate in a group exhibition with emerging artists at the Korean Cultural Centre Canada (Ottawa). Yoon was the 2022 recipient of the prestigious Scotiabank Photography Award, accompanied by a Steidl publication. Other notable 2022 monographs include About Time (Vancouver Art Gallery) and Jin-me Yoon: Life and Work (Art Canada Institute). Currently, she lives and works on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations, now known as Vancouver, where she has had the privilege of teaching at Simon Fraser University’s School for the Contemporary Arts, mentoring many students and artists over the years.