(b. 1988 Republic of Uzbekistan, USSR) is a Philadelphia based artist working in
printmaking, book arts, and installation. She received her MFA degree in painting from Moscow State Regional University (2012) and MFA in printmaking and book arts from The University of the Arts, Philadelphia (2019) respectively. Kim addresses ideas of identity and diaspora in a globalized present, and the effects of the forced migration on the individual. She explores how printmaking can be a critical tool in building and educating not only the local community but also related followers across the globe. She exhibited both nationally and internationally. Her work is collected by The Maryland Institute of Art, Baltimore; University of Wyoming Art Museum Permanent Collection, WY; Zuckerman Museum of Art at the Kennesaw State University, GA among others.