My current body of work, Work i(s/n) Progress is a series of narrative paintings influenced by biblical tales, Old and New Testament alike. Construction workers are woven into each painting, sometimes as the main protagonists, and sometimes as the weary onlookers. Growing up, I was instructed to read an hour of the bible every day.… Continue reading Abbreviated History of Bread and Fish
I work at Parsons School of Design, The New School. The Parsons Staff Council awarded me funds to travel to Boston in April. While there I visited the Harvard Art Museums’ exhibition From the Andes to the Caribbean: American Art from the Spanish Empire. One of the works that stood out to me was Christ… Continue reading Intra Caetera and Inter Latinos, 2023
Good Interventions ’22 – Economic Design ExhibitionOpening Exhibition – The New School, Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall, Room 407. Thursday, October 27, 2022, 12:00PM (EDT)Jonathan Yubi – Co Curator / Digital Exhibition Installer Good Interventions is an economic and strategic design exhibition that aims at bringing together new and exciting work of designers who approach economies,… Continue reading Good Interventions’22
The Privilege of Getting Together, organized by Danny Báez on April 1 – May 1, 2021, at Ana Zorina Gallery, 532 West 24 Street. New York, NY 10011. Press Release: Anna Zorina Gallery is honored to present REGULAR•NORMAL’s second iteration of the group exhibition, The Privilege of Getting Together. The show features fifteen artists each experimenting… Continue reading The Priviledge of Getting Together at Anna Zorina Gallery
Hombres sin Nombres won first place in the CUNY LaborArts Making Work Visible 2018-2019 contest.
Artborne Magazine, a Central Florida print publication was founded by Jonathan Yubi in April 2016. “My favorite role within Artborne Magazine was producing a monthly ‘publishers note’. By the time it saw the light of day, it had been heavily edited by our editorial staff. Still, it allowed me to begin playing with my words… Continue reading Artborne Magazine
First in 2015 for the project titled The City Chalkboard, and then again for Artborne Magazine, the Orlando chapter of the Awesome Foundation awarded me funds to continue building my vision. In 2015 I exhibited The City Chalkboard during Creative City Project. There was a side street along Orange Ave. that was loaded with Uhauls… Continue reading Funding from Orlando Chapter of Awesome Foundation