About

Eunnym Cho is a photographer who currently lives and works in New York. Her background as a theatre designer is heavily reflected in her images. She takes an audience's point of view through a lens with dramatic scenes of daily life. Her inspired works are based on visions that reflect serene contemplation combined with subtle details of odd or eccentric elements. Emotion plays the key role in her photos. Emotion incorporates stories and poetry in a metaphorical language in composition as she amplifies sensations.

Represented by Agora Gallery.


Exhibitions

Autumn Photography Exhibition, Emerald Art Center, OR, 2017

Camera USA Photography Competition, Naples Art Association, FL, 2017

Allegany National Photography Competition and Exhibition, Allegany Arts Council, MD, 2017

Texas National Competiotion & Exhibition 2017, SFA Galleries, TX, 2017

The Art at the Center National Juried Exhibition 2017, Tomahawk Ridge Community Center, KS, 2017

45th International Art Show, Brownsville Museum of Fine Art, TX, 2017

City Lights Spring 2017 Juried Exhibition, City Lights Art Gallery, NV, 2017

New York International Photography Contest, Gateway Art Center NYC, NY, 2017

40th National Photography Exhibition, Larson Gallery, WA, 2017

Next Up, Next Gallery, CO, 2017

Conroe Art League 2017 Invitational Show, TX, 2017

LA Artcore Annual Photographic Competition, CA, 2017

38th Annual Juried Art Exhibition, Monmouth Museum, NJ, 2017

Dreams, The Darkroom Gallery, Essex Jct. VT, 2016

Primary Colors, New York Center for Photographic Art, NY, 2016

Dominican Republic and its Environment, The Funglode Center, Dominican Republic, 2016

Awards & Publitions

Winner of Best of the Show, 40th National Photography Exhibition, Larson Gallery, WA, 2017

Honorable Mention Artist by committee, Next Up, Next Gallery, CO, 2017

DHGIA Art Magazine 2017, Looking into the Lives #10, DH Gallery of International Artists, 2017

Honorable Mention Artist by Joror, Primary Colors, New York Center for Photographic Art, NY, 2016

Primary Colors, Looking into the Lives #11, Web Publication, New York Center for Photographic Art, 2016