work has begun from my family history. But it is also our present, either.""/>
work has begun from my family history. But it is also our present, either."">
Curator Selection / 2020 / /
South Korea/ Japan
work is the result of a Photographer who has lost her family to the Hiroshima atomic bomb in 1945, who spent two and a half years in Hapcheon, South Korea, and Hiroshima, Japan, tracking down the generation of Korean atomic bomb victims.
"What I’ve clearly learned during my work is that the event occurred in a day 74 years ago across the sea still has a harsh yet valid effect on unspecified generation to generation, even on children in our future.
work has begun from my family history. But it is also our present, either."
Awards 2019 The 12th KT&G Sngsangmadang SKOPF,
Korean Photographer's Fellowship Final Artist of the Year, KOREA
2017 Honorable Mention, IPA(International Photography Awards), New York – 2x Landscape: Fine Art, Nature
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