Art/Science Collaboration

Video on Welcome to the Anthropocene, featuring our collaboration with Dr. Julia Blanchard from the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies at the University of Tasmania. Curated by Kira Ascroff and Video by Ninna Millikin

Armory Show Reviews

Our solo at Mizuma Gallery’s Booth in New York’s premier fair The Armory was in various features about the show. Click on each link to see the articles.         Departures, “The 11 Must-See Works at This Weekend’s Armory Show” By Rachel Hurn on March 09, 2018 Philadelphia Style ART ADVENTURES: THE BEST […]

The Last Temptation interactive sculpture

The video of our interactive sculptural work The Last Temptation produced for The National Gallery of Australia is now available online…

Our work featured in the Asahi Newspaper, Japan

Our work was featured in Asahi Newspaper, available for view in Japanese here

Nuclear Culture Source Book

Our work is featured in the upcoming Nuclear Culture Source Book available for pre-ordering now at http://nuclear.artscatalyst.org/content/nuclear-culture-source-book

Artists working in Glass

“Both (Yhonnie) Scarce and Yonetani are using glass in a political context, working beyond the vessel. This work is being celebrated in the wider museum frame, not boxed off in a side gallery but part of the main stage.” New article on contemporary artists using glass published in Arts Hub.

Article in Lost at E Minor

“Ken and Julia Yonetani have been offering up powerful and provocative masterpieces that seriously inspire.” Article on our exhibition at National Gallery of Australia in Lost at E Minor

Ken + Julia Yonetani in The Japan Times

Article on our Tokyo show in the JAPAN TIMES

Camera Atomica at the Art Gallery of Ontario

Some great reviews of the exhibition Camera Atomica, Art Gallery of Ontario. We wish we could be there. Review in The Globe and Mail Review on Nexopia