Arin Yoon is a Korean American documentary photographer, visual artist, and arts educator based in the greater Kansas City area. Her work explores issues on the military, women, representation and identity. She lives on a military installation and is available for work on issues dealing with the military community.
Arin has exhibited at venues such as the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History in Seoul, Daegu Arts Center, Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, Anthology Film Archives and A.I.R. Gallery in New York, iam8bit Gallery in Los Angeles, and the Chicago Humanities Institute. Her work is a part of the permanent collection at the Museum of Sexual Slavery in South Korea. Arin's work has been published in publications such as Reuters, The Atlantic, The Guardian, The Korea Times, The Record, Character Media, and The Queens Chronicle.
Her current project, To Be At War, is funded by grants from We, Women, The National Military Family Association, and the City of Leavenworth. She is a member of Women Photograph and an alumna of the Missouri Photo Workshop 72. She has been a recipient of the Darkroom Residency Program through Baxter Street Camera Club of New York.