John Yeon: Architecture (2017)
John Yeon: Architecture, features essays by Museum of Modern Art architecture curator Barry Bergdoll, UC Berkeley scholar Marc Treib, architect John Cava, and former Yeon Center director Randy Gragg, as well as photographs by Ezra Stoller, Roger Sturtevant, Maynard Parker, and others.
John Yeon: Landscape (2017)
John Yeon: Landscape, surveys Yeon’s far-reaching conservation work in the Columbia River Gorge, the Oregon Coast, the Olympics, and elsewhere in the Northwest. It features photographs by Susan Seubert and essays by landscape historian Kenneth Helphand, the founding director of Friends of the Columbia Gorge Bowen Blair, and former Yeon Center director Randy Gragg.
John Yeon: Modern Architecture and Conservation in the Pacific Northwest (2016)
John Yeon: Modern Architecture and Conservation in the Pacific Northwest presents detailed accounts of the three interrelated spheres that comprised John Yeon’s life—architecture, conservation, and art collecting—and will appeal to all readers interested in architecture and its preservation, the landscape of the Pacific Northwest, and the appreciation and display of art.
Of Barns and Palaces: John Yeon, Northwest Architect (2019)
Of Barns and Palaces is devoted primarily to Yeon’s residential architecture and his unique approach to their design. Yeon’s own descriptions enrich the illustrated text, complete with Yeon’s own drawings and contemporary photographs.