Jun Ahn

Self-Portrait (Seoul)
2013/2014
CHRISTOPHE GUYE GALERIE

Courtesy: © Jun Ahn / Courtesy of Christophe Guye Galerie

Stampa a pigmenti d'archivio, montata in faccia su acrilico (Diasec) Cornice in legno marrone tinto alla fiamma e indurito
Archival pigment print, face mounted to Acrylic (Diasec) Brown flame stained and hardened wood frame
Dimensioni / Size: 101,6 x 152,4 cm (40 x 60 in.)
Edizione / Edition: Edition of 7, plus 2 AP

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Per Jun Ahn l'eliminazione del contesto è l'aspetto più affascinante di un'immagine fotografica. La fotografia è realtà e fantasia, verFor Jun Ahn the elimination of context is the most fascinating aspect of a photographic image. Photography is reality and fantasy, truth and fiction, all at the same time. She wants to discover the invisible moment, the invisible structure and hidden beauty of a world that only can be seen through the lenses of a camera. Ahn’s photographic works describe our everyday life as situated on the border between an illusion and reality. That is why her body and view dangerously stand on the edge. She hones the knife of nervousness, of the moment.

For Jun Ahn the elimination of context is the most fascinating aspect of a photographic image. Photography is reality and fantasy, truth and fiction, all at the same time. She wants to discover the invisible moment, the invisible structure and hidden beauty of a world that only can be seen through the lenses of a camera. Ahn’s photographic works describe our everyday life as situated on the border between an illusion and reality. That is why her body and view dangerously stand on the edge. She hones the knife of nervousness, of the moment.


Jun Ahn

COREA, REP. (COREA DEL SUD)

Jun Ahn (*1981, South Korea) graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in art history in 2006, followed by two years of postgraduate study of photography at the Pratt Institute. In 2009 and 2010 she was awarded the Dean’s Scholarship at New York’s Parsons The New School for Design, and in 2011 received both the Dean's and a departmental scholarship. Parsons awarded her a Master of Fine Arts with honors in January 2012, after which she acquired a PhD in photography from Hongik University in Seoul.


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