Haely Yoon Chang
Haely Yoon Chang received her MA at the University of Pennsylvania after graduating from Hongik University in Seoul with a BA in the History of Art. She is currently assisting curatorial projects at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and will join the Slought Foundation and Metropolitan Museum of Art as an intern and fellow, respectively. Her previous research topics include representations of women’s leisure consumption in Korean and American art during the early twentieth century, the intersection of artists and immigration history, Korean American artists in the early twentieth century, and contemporary Korean art. She also co-curated the first three independent exhibitions in the Incubation Series — UNcommons, EchoLocation, and Please Come In, alongside her colleagues Hilary R. Whitham and Kirsten Gill.