JeeYoung Lee is a brilliant young artist based in Seoul, South Korea.
As written on her Opiom Gallery page, while traditional photography captures reality, JeeYoung gives us an extract of what there’s in her heart, shooting in fact the invisible.
She works weeks, sometimes months, in her small 3 x 6 m studio manually creating her dreamlike environments. It takes an incredible amount of talent and patience to reach this level of perfection and be able to exclude any kind of digital manipulation.
All of her photos are inspired by her personal life or traditional Korean fables, and including herself inside the frame gives an intense meaning to the story she wants to tell.
To know more about her exhibitions at the Opiom Gallery, take a look here.
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