Born in South Korea, Jane Yang-D'Haene draws upon her cultural heritage to create unexpected ceramic work. She moved to New York in 1984 and attended the Cooper Hewitt School of Architecture from 1988 to 1992. Since beginning her work in ceramics in 2016, D'Haene has experimented with form and function. She is currently working on furniture, lighting, tableware, and many varieties of vessels, all made in clay. D'Haene's work has been highlighted in the New York Times, Architectural Digest, Domino, House Beautiful, Design Anthology and Surface Mag, among others. In 2023, D'Haene's work was selected by Vice President Kamala Harris to be apart of the art collection of the Vice President's residence.
Recent exhibitions include: Hauser & Wirth, Southampton, NY (2023); Onna House, Easthampton, NY (2023); Galerie Italienne, Paris, France (2023); The Future Perfect, Los Angeles, CA (2023); AAPIDA & FDC, New York, NY (2023); The Future Perfect, New York, NY (2023); Alison Bradley Projects, New York, NY (2022); Maud & Mabel, London, England (2022); Galaerie Kitsuné, New York, NY (2022); Tayloe Piggott Gallery, Jackson Hole, WY (2022); Egg Collective, New York, NY (2022); Stroll Garden, Los Angeles, CA (2022); Spartan Gallery, Portland, OR (2021); 1000 Vases, Dubai, UAE (2019); and Casacor, Miami, FL (2018).