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Manhattan Bridge, New York, NY, USA #2

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Manhattan Bridge, New York, NY, USA #2
Miru Kim, Manhattan Bridge, New York, NY, USA #2
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Printed Size36″ x 54

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Through her nude self-portraits, photographer Miru Kim uses her medium to question the relationship between individuals and their environments.

Miru’s nude self-portraits are daring, often captured in dangerous places where the naked female body is considered unlawful. For her series, “The Camels Way,” Miru traveled with local nomads across the deserts of Mali, Morocco, India, Jordan, and Mongolia, often disguised as a man. The resulting photos belie the extreme danger Miru courted in capturing these images, taken in regions beset by fundamentalist-driven conflict where women’s rights are nonexistent.

38 x 56

38 x 56 inches

Makes a huge impact everywhere from entry ways to larger living rooms.

About the Artist

Miru is known for daring, nude self portraits in dangerous locales.

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About the Artist

Miru Kim uses her body and a variety of urban and natural landscapes to create her photographic series of nude self-portraits. By juxtaposing her naked figure atop Manhattan’s bridges or underground in toxic sewers, next to pigs or Mongolian camels, Miru builds compelling images that question the relationship between humans and their environments.

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