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It is hard to imagine Mi-Yeon producing art prints of such emotion and refinement amid the familial clutter of her apartment, but maybe this is the mark of the true artist: beauty can be created against all odds. “My daughter’s at kindergarten,” she offers as explanation.

Mi-Yeon’s fourth solo exhibition, “I was born . . . in Seoul, Paris and Tokyo,” which will run from July 24 to August 5 at the Kobun Gallery in Nihombashi Hamacho, coincides with the publication of a book of the same title. This contains six essays that describe moments of passage in her life, illustrated with some 50 monochrome prints.

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