Beautifully Complex – Mi Ju (8 pics)


Hailing from South Korea, Mi Ju studied painting at Yeungnam University and is currently working on her BFA at the San Francisco Art Institute.

If you find yourself in San Francisco next week, you can catch the opening of her first solo show at Fecal Face Dot Gallery which takes place on Thursday, April 29, 7pm-10pm. The show runs through May 22, 2010.

Here are some photos of works she exhibited at Fecal Face Dot Gallery’s IN-N-OUT summer series last year.


Fecal Face Dot Gallery website
http://www.fecalface.com/



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