Phil Jung grew up in the Lower Hudson Valley of New York and graduated from The San Francisco Art Institute and the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. His Artwork has been published in The Boston Globe, The Photo Review, Incandescent, Mossless and Kiblind Magazine in France. In 2009 he was a recipient of the TMC + Kodak Film Grant and received 6th place in the International Photo Review Competition. In 2011 he was chosen for Jen Beckman’s Hey Hot Shot award. Jung has participated in exhibitions at The Griffin Museum of Photography, Houston Center for Photography, Foley Gallery in NYC, and Black Box Gallery in Seattle. Selections of his work can be purchased through the Boston Drawing Project at Carroll and Sons Gallery in Boston. Phil is a strong believer in photographic education and has taught all levels of photography from Introductory to Advanced Critique. He is currently teaching undergraduate students at the University of Hawaii in Manoa as a Visiting Professor.
Upcoming Solo Exhibition
2015. May 10 –July 3, Hawaii Pacific University Gallery, Honolulu HI
2015. March 1 – April 10, On O'ahu: Two Views, University of Hawai‘i Art Gallery, Honolulu HI
2014. MassArt Auction, Bakalar Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts.
2014. St. Botolph Club Foundation Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts.
2013. 31st Annual Juried Exhibition, Houston Center for Photography, Houston, Texas.
2013. Color: Photography Now, Black Box Gallery, Portland, Oregon.
2013. 19th Juried Show, Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, Massachusetts.
2013. Photoville Fence, United Photo Industries, Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York.
2012. HHS 2011 Second Edition Showcase, Jen Beckman Gallery, New York, New York.
2012. MassArt Alumni Show, Fountain Gallery, Brooklyn, New York.
2010. Summer Staged, Foley Gallery, New York, New York.
2010. Drawing Project, Carroll And Sons, Boston, Massachusetts.
2009. The Photo Review: Best of Show, Gallery 1401, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
2009. Color Matters, South Shore Art Centre, Cohasset, Massachusetts.
2009. To Here, Kris Graves Projects, Brooklyn, New York.
2009. Between Places, Singer Editions Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts.
2009. Boston Young Contemporaries, 808 Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts.
2009. Exposure:The 14th Annual PRC Juried Exhibition at the PRC, Boston, Massachusetts.
2009. Windscreen, Sandra and David Bakalar Gallery, MassArt, Boston, Massachusetts.
2008. Next Generation, Huret & Spector Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts.
2008. Boston Young Contemporaries, 808 Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts.
2007. My Name Is, Doran Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts.
2006. Voices of the Peoples History: A Celebration of the Movement for Civil Rights, Human Rights and Peace, Rockland Community College, Suffern, New York.
2002. What Does It Mean To Be Human? Rockland Community College, Suffern, New York.
1998. Travel, ART Gallery, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California.
1998. Blue Earth Alliance, Benham Gallery, Seattle, Washington.
Grants & Awards
2013 Emerging Artist Grant, St. Botolph Club Foundation
Chosen as a 2011 Second Edition Hot Shot by Jen Beckman
TMC + Kodak International Film Grant
First Place, Colors Matters, juried by Jen Mergel Associate Curator, ICA/Boston
Six Place, The 2009 Photo Review Competition, juried by Lesley Martin: Publisher, Aperture
Incentive Grant, San Francisco Art Institute
The United States (2003-2013), Mossless Issue 3, Mossless Publishing, 2014
Kiblind Magazine #45, Print is Print, Quarterly French Publication, Summer 2013
Incandescent, Volume 2, TBA, Pine Island Press, 2013
Incandescent, Volume 1, Mythical Explorations, Pine Island Press, 2012
The Picture Show, 100 Words: Photographers Speak, National Public Radio (NPR), 2010
Graphic Intersections v.02, 2010
The Photo Review, The International Photography Competition Winners, 2010
In The Loupe, Volume 33, Number 4, Fall 2009
McQuaid, Cate “Ready for Takeoff”, The Boston Globe, Volume 275, Number 107, 4/17/ 09
2009 M.F.A. Photography, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA
1998 B.F.A. Photography, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA