Street Photography Essay: “Korea Diary” by Juliane Eirich

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Juliane Eirich was born in Munich, Germany. After two internships in Miami and Munich she studied at the Academy of Photographic Design in Munich. After graduating she moved to New York City and Honolulu to work and pursue her own projects. She spent 18 months of 2007-8 in Seoul, South Korea on a scholarship. She now lives and works in Berlin and New York. Read more to see the rest of the series.

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More about Juliane

Juliane’s photographs have been exhibited in the USA, Canada, Syria, Tunisia, Italy, Switzerland, France and Germany and featured in many publications including: The New York Times Magazine, ZEIT Magazine and European Photography. She has worked for clients such as PRADA, Adidas, Daimler and BMW.

She is represented by Gallery f5,6 in Munich, Gallery SchusterDezer Schauhalle Berlin/Miami, Gallery Stockand 20×200. For commissions please write to info@julianeeirich.com

Download a full CV here.

Thanks to Damien Rayuela for bringing this project to my attention!

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