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Even if this is the first time you hear the name of New York artist John Yui, you have probably seen her work: she is one of the authors of the popular "millennial" Gucci campaign, a photo shoot for i-D and a lot of art that flashes in the communities of contemporary art lovers. John Yui's main source of inspiration is the Internet, and Instagram has organically become a museum with a permanent exhibition. Attention was drawn to her after a twitter series, for which she created a composition of translated tattoos with recognizable symbols of the social network on the face of the model Julia Abe.
The artist was born and studied in Taiwan, and today she works in the United States, but the main theme of her work remains modern virtual reality, which lies outside the framework of cultural identity. She talks openly about her bipolar disorder and how art has helped her live. John Yui's hilarious pictures are a healthy balance between "very weird" and "fantastically beautiful."