June Kim

United States

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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)

Artworks

Untitled No. 8

H: 20 inch W: 30 inch D: 1 inch

$ 2600

Untitled No. 21

H: 17 inch W: 22 inch D: 1 inch

$ 1500

Untitled No. 7

H: 20 inch W: 30 inch D: 1 inch

$ 2600

The Weeping Wolf

H: 10.5 inch W: 16.75 inch D: 1 inch

$ 1000
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