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Untitled #03
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Untitled #03

By Nica Junker


About the Art

Nica Junker talks about her work as being an exploration of time and memories and these themes are certainly evident in her Untitled series. Junker’s style is subtle and evocative; playing with light, shadows and abstraction to make everyday images appear otherworldly. There’s an almost dreamlike feel to a work like Untitled #03, curiously intimate without the viewer quite knowing why.

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About the Artist

Artists - Nica Junker

Nica has studied internationally; in Paris at The Sorbonne, in Germany at both Leipzig University and HFF Konrad Wolf-Potsdam, in Japan at the Naganuma School of Japanese Language, Tokyo, and in London at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design.

Nica’s Artwork has received numerous awards and grants including the prestigious Deutsche Bank Pyramid Award Photography in 2008 and a DAAD Scholarship for Artists based in Shanghai, China the same year. Nica’s solo exhibition ”Silent Neighbours”, a story of a photo-booth that collects everyday life stories started in Shanghai and has traveled the world to Tokyo, London, Paris, Arles, Sarrebruck, Trier, Luxembourg and Metz.

Amongst the group exhibitions Nica has participated in are "Ma Samaritaine, My Samaritaine," Samaritaine, Paris, curated by Christian Caujolle, 2013; "Modern Love”, Print Space, London, curated by Fiona Hayes, 2012; “Schöne Kunste #6”, Kunstraum Brebach, Saarbrucken, 2012; “Kunst im Wald”, Saarbrucken, Germany, 2012; PhotoPhnomPenh collective fifth anniversary exhibition, 2012; "Royal University of Fine Arts" curated by Christian, Caujolle 2012; DAAD, Center, Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan “Tokyo Graphic Passport”, Centre Pompidou, Paris, 2011; CIEl "The future is green", Luxembourg, curated by Gila Paris, 2011; DAAD, Butterbrot und Bier, German Center, Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan 2010; Beautified Tabu, Fashion Edition, Tokyo, Super Deluxe, Japan 2010; “Tokyo Graphic Passport “2010; PhotoPhnomPenh, “Metahouse” curated by Christian Caujolle, 2010; PhotoPhnomPenh, “Intersection project” Cambodia, 2010; “DNA Leed TV”, Hongkong, China, 2010; “Irgendwo und nirgendwo” .chika little more Gallery,Tokyo, Japan, 2009.


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