Lot 395 - Miyeon Yi - Two Women Who Are Not Allowed To Smoke
Lot 395 - Miyeon Yi - Two Women Who Are Not Allowed To Smoke
Lot 395 - Miyeon Yi - Two Women Who Are Not Allowed To Smoke

Lot 395 - Miyeon Yi - Two Women Who Are Not Allowed To Smoke

Watercolour on Paper

2022

A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

ARTIST INFO

 About 

 

Miyeon Yi (born in 1995, Seoul, South Korea) is an artist living and working in London, UK. She obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL, USA (2013-2017), and is pursuing her master’s degree on painting at the Royal College of Art, London (2021-2023). 

Her works have been in group shows in USA, UK and France. 

 

Education 

 

 

2021-2023 Master of Arts (Painting), Royal College of Art, London, UK  

2013-2017 Bachelor of Fine Arts, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL 

 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

 

Solo Exhibitions  

2022 Ojiri Gallery, London, UK, July 8th-29th 

2022 Era Gallery, Milan, Italy May 12th – June 12th 
 
 

Group Exhibitions  

2022 Delphian Open Call Winner Show, Unit 1 Gallery, London, UK, Oct 20th-28th 

2022 Angel with Dirty Faces, Ojiri Gallery, London, UK, Oct 8th-28th 

2022 Fragments, Omer Tiroche Gallery, London, UK, Sep 14th-29th 

2022 No Place Like Home, Fitzrovia Gallery, London, UK, August 1st-6th   

2022 The Room London Gallery, London, UK, May 17th   

2022 Two Doors, House of St.Barnabas, London, UK, May 9th   

2022 It’s All Fun Until..., Safehouse 1&2, London, UK, March 17th-20th   

2022 A Room of Her Own, Irving Contemporary, Oxford, UK, March 10th-April 8th 2022 RAW, Soho Revue, London, UK, March 1st- 5th   

2022 WIP SHOW (online), Royal College of Art, London, UK, January 28th-February 4th   

 
 

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