South Korean photographer Ina Jang has found her very own visual style and approach to art works. Brooklyn-based Jang is not afraid to break new ground and explore novel ways to challenge the viewer with her pictures.
Specific for Jang’s characteristic photos are minimalistic, two-dimensional images. She experiments physically with objects, compositions and dimensions. Therefore she layers things, places and humans in the process of realizing her ideas. In the whole procedure the photographer’s intention is to abandon information. Jang plays with the perception of subject and object and lets the dividing line between those concepts become blurred. She graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography in 2010 and received her Master of Professional Studies from the School of Visual Arts’ Fashion Photography graduate program in 2012. Since then, Jang’s photos have been exhibited internationally in multiple galleries and festivals.