Hye-Ryoung Min is a South Korean photographer living and working in New York City. In 2014, her work was selected in the AHL Foundation’s Camera Lucida Revisited exhibition hosted by COOHAUS Art in NY. In 2013, her work received Honorable Mention as part of The Family exhibition at the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography. In 2012, she won Jörg Colberg’s Conscientious Portfolio Competition with her project Channel 247. Also in 2012, she received Honorable Mention in Fine Art at the International Photography Awards and was a “Rising Artist Award Finalist” at the Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA). In 2011, she received a Seoul Photo Festival Portfolio Award from the Seoul Museum of Art(SeMA). Also her work was selected in En Foco’s The Changing World exhibition.
Her photographs have been shown at several venues in New York City including COOHAUS Art, hpgrp gallery, John Jay Art Gallery, Greenwich House, ASMP Gallery and Photoville in Brooklyn. Elsewhere in the United States she has participated in exhibitions at MASS MoCA and Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography. She has also exhibited internationally at the Seoul Museum of Art(SeMA), Gallery LUX, Gallery COMMA, Sejong Art Center, UNESCO Gallery in Seoul. Among others, her work has been published in, OSMOS, Monthly Photo, Photo Art, PHOTO+, Visual Arts Journal, W, GQ, Harper’s Bazaar, ELLE, ELLE Girl, ELLE Décor, GQ, Grazia, Cosmopolitan and Arena. Online features include Huffington Post, Lenscratch, Conscientious, aCurator, Le Journal De La Photographie, iGNANT, The Morning News, Foto Visura Magazine and Hey, Hot Shot!.