Juri Kim was born in Seoul, Korea. She is a painter, photographer, installation, performance, and book artist. Kim holds a B.F.A and M.F.A from Ewha Women’s University in Seoul. She later moved to NY to continue her M.A and Advanced Professional Study at New York University. Kim also went through the Artist in the Marketplace Program at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.
Her work has had solo exhibits nationally and in Korea, and has participated in group exhibitions internationally. She has been chosen to participate in several residency programs: Virginia Center for the Creative Arts; Centrum; Center for Photography at Woodstock; the Henry Street Settlement Artists-in-Residence Work-space Program; the Edward F. Albee Foundation; the Millay Colony for the Arts; A.I.R. Gallery Fellowship; Project Studio Program at Painting Space 122. Her work has been reviewed in “Art in America” and has been collected by the Henry Buhl Collection.