Jenny Jisun Kim was born in Hong Kong, raised in Korea, and is currently based in Red Hook, NY. She received her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and is in pursuit of an MFA at Bard College. Her solo and two-person exhibitions include Lean on the Water, Hi-Lo Press, Atlanta, GA (2020), and Imaginary Landscapes, Jalan Besar Salon, Singapore (2019). Her work has been included in a number of group exhibitions worldwide, including Eulji Art Fair―Prize, Dongwoo Building, Seoul, Korea (2019); Through the Looking Glass, Sotheby’s Institute of Art, New York, USA (2018); Close, But Not Touching, Biggercode Gallery, New York, USA (2017); Ah! Sun-flower (three antecedents): Jack Smith, Francis Picabia; “The Bar at the End of the Night” (II), David Lewis, New York, USA (2015); Spazi Aperti XI: Borderless, Romanian Academy in Rome, Italy (2013).

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