Immersed in San Francisco’s vibrant music scene, Sandy Kim gained international exposure for her intimate portraits of the band Girls. Her work has since been featured in publications such as Artforum, Purple Fashion, FADER, New Yorker, New York Times, Vogue Italia, Pitchfork, Nylon, Guardian, Elle, Wired, and Rolling Stone, among many others. She has exhibited at Salon 94, The Hole, Ever Gold [Projects], Mudd Guts, and New Image Art. Kim’s work has also been the subject of multiple books and zines. In 2014 she lectured at the Aperture Foundation, New York.

 

Please inquire for available works: info@nullevergoldprojects.com

 
 

Exhibitions with Ever Gold [Projects]:

Sandy Kim
How’s The Weather Down There
March 13 – April 18, 2015

Sandy Kim
Soft and Wet
March 3–24, 2012

 
 

Sandy Kim
Untitled, 2015
Archival digital photograph
65 x 43 inches
Edition of 2
Also available at 30 x 45 inches (Edition of 2)

 
 

Sandy Kim
Untitled, 2015
Archival digital photograph
65 x 43 inches
Edition of 2
Also available at 30 x 45 inches (Edition of 2)

 
 

Sandy Kim
Untitled, 2015
Archival digital photograph
65 x 43 inches
Edition of 2
Also available at 30 x 45 inches (Edition of 2)

 
 

Sandy Kim
Untitled, 2015
Archival digital photograph
65 x 43 inches
Edition of 2
Also available at 30 x 45 inches (Edition of 2).

 
 

Sandy Kim
Untitled, 2015
Archival digital photograph
30 x 45 inches
Edition of 2