There are not so many photographers today who are dedicated in creating their distinctive visual style or are not afraid to explore their individual concepts and ways of observation. This is not the case with Ina Jang, South Korean photographer based in Brooklyn that in exceptional ways discovers physical playing with objects, dimensions and compositions.
Jonas Cuénin in magazine Camera portrayed Ina Jang’s work locating it “somewhere between fashion and fine art, at the junction of photography, drawing, graphic design and sculpture.” Ina’s photographs have been exhibited internationally in numerous galleries and festivals and published in many respectable publications. Behind her are also several fashion editorials including those for Jalouse, CR Fashion Book and New York Magazine.
Ina Jang’s website
“I create images that are minimal and two-dimensional by layering people, places and things to precisely execute ideas, with the intention of discarding information. I allow the viewers to question whether they are truly subjects or merely object.”
images courtesy of Ina Jang