Hye-Ryoung Min is a South Korean photographer living and working in NYC.
Her work explores the intersection between human relations and the inner self. Whether she is observing the mundane lives of strangers; the comings and goings of her neighbors; the fleeting expressions of her niece; the evolving landscape of a city, she continues to find in different subjects a reflection of her deeper self.
Among other shows, her work has been exhibited at: The Bronx Documentary Center; NEWSPACE Center for Photography; Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography; The Center for Fine Art Photography; Griffin Museum of Photography in US; Seoul Museum of Art; Sejong Art Center in Seoul; Gallery Lux; GoEun Museum of Photography in Busan; Benaki Museum in Greece.
Her work has been exhibited at the following international photography festivals: Mt. ROKKO International Photography Festival; Kuala Lumpur International Photo Awards; Athens Photo Festival and Photoville.