About the artist
Bio: New York-based artist June Kim is best known for her performative photographs and videos of herself and her wolf-like dogs. Kim creates scenes which explore female identity, desire and beauty. The ever-present dogs appear across all types of media in ways that are metaphorical as well as diaristic, and provide a portal to the mythic and primal. Her work has been exhibited internationally and featured in magazines such as BOMB, Crush Fanzine, Fanzine, and VUU.
Education: New York University, New York, NY BFA in Photography and Creative Writing Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY MFA in Photography
Exibitions: 2017 The Disappearance of Vanity, Room Salon, Brooklyn, NY Pink, Colette, Paris, France I Want You To Wolf Me, Heron Arts, San Francisco, CA 2015 Boys & Beasts, Crush Fanzine (online gallery) Made in USA, Saatchi Art (online gallery) Midnight House (collaboration with Kate Macko), Artemis Gallery, Northeast Harbor, ME A Cloud in Trousers, Russian Consulate, New York, NY 2014 Light & Shadow, Ukrainian Institute of American, New York, NY Street Experiments, The Picture Show, Brooklyn, NY 2013 Sea Art Festival Biennale, Busan, South Korea Object Lessons, Saatchi Art (online gallery)