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Bizarre Self-Portraits by Photographer Ahn Sun Mi Ahn Sun Mi...

Bizarre Self-Portraits by Photographer Ahn Sun Mi

Ahn Sun Mi born 1982 in Busan, South Korea, discovered photography at the age of 15 and committed to photography studies in 2001 at Kyung Sung University. Sun Mi left Korea for France in 2004 to pursue her studies at Academy of Fine Arts Paris - Cergy.

Ahn Sun Mi was awarded one of the top ten photographers in France 2013. Her work has been featured at leading art forums including Carrousel de Louvre, Grand Palais as well as Art Stage Singapore and Korea International Art Fair (KIAF) in Seoul.    

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