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David Yang

Princeton Junction, NJ, 08550




           Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey

           Mason Gross School of the Arts

Bachelor of Fine Arts in visual arts with a concentration on painting and a minor in art history, graduated May 2022

Honors include: Dean’s list, Rutgers University Honors College Scholar

Group Exhibitions


Dodomu Gallery Virtual Exhibition, Emerging Artists 2023 (April 6 – May 18)

Royal Blue Virtual Gallery. Reflections (March 19 – April 15)

CollectArt Virtual Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia. Landscapes

RuptureXibit and CinemaScope, Hampton Wick, England. Canyon Projected and Small Works Exhibition (Feb 17 – Feb 23)

Mason Gross Galleries, New Brunswick, NJ. Clean Out Your Flat File and Hit the Road (Feb 11 – Feb 27)



 Rutgers Undergrad Thesis Show, Mason Gross Galleries, New Brunswick, NJ. With the Works (Feb 28 – Mar 12)

           Rutgers Art Library, New Brunswick, NJ. Take it with you (Feb1 – Mar 31)




2023 Communal AiR, Byrdcliffe Artist-in-Residency, Woodstock NY


Rutgers University Competitive Merit Honors Scholarship renewed for four years given good academic standing


Research Experience

           Independent Study

           September 2019-December 2019

Worked with Professor Stephen Westfall at Mason Gross in an independent study during the fall semester of my sophomore year, under his guidance I made a series of 7 medium to large scale paintings depicted abstracted views of domestic interiors

           Independent Study


Will be working with Professor Marc Handelman in a similar independent study in the coming semester of a series of small paintings depicting icons of Asian American diasporic experience



            Collect Art

Winter 2023

Was shown and featured in Georgian art magazine Collect Art’s “Landscapes” Open Call.


           Spring 2021

Participated in the publication of a University of Chicago Undergraduate Journal of Jewish Studies focusing on digital diaspora. I submitted a series of paintings I made on the 2019-2020 Hong Kong protests. Online copy can be found at