Sandra Eula Lee
New York / Beijing



NEWS...

The Book of Stamps is on view at Wu Jin Bookshop in Beijing, sister space of Arrow Factory: >>


I've joined Photographic Practices, London, a collective formed by Martin Newth. Info to come: >>


Group Exhibition, Dada Post, Berlin
October 20-November 11, 2012 >>


VOLTA NY with HomeBase, Booth #PO-2 >>
March 8-11, 2012 >>


2012 Nominated for Smithsonian Artist Research Fellowship, Smithsonian, Washington DC >>


2012 Nominated for SINAP Award (Sindoh Artist Support Program), Seoul
Panel: Hans Ulrich Obrist, Dongyeon Koh


Critic's Pick, Time Out New York >>


Feature in Harper's Bazaar, Seoul and magazine.co.kr >>


Interview on "Two Waters" >>


Sandra Eula Lee is a Korean-American artist, based between New York and Beijing.

She is the recipient of awards including an Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Fellowship, an Asian Cultural Council Fellowship, a Manhattan Community Art Fund Grant from the LMCC, and residency fellowships from the Seoul Museum of Art, and the National Museum of Contemporary Art, South Korea, among others. Her work has been exhibited internationally, including venues in New York, Boston, Seoul, Berlin, Milan, Rome, Mumbai, Xiamen, and upcoming in Beijing. Her work has been written about in publications including The New York Times, Time Out New York, Artnet Magazine, The Boston Globe, Boston Phoenix, Harper's Bazaar, Wolgan Misul, Korea Times, World Journal, and Trendebeheer.com (Rotterdam-based).

Lee is Course Director of Critical Art & Design, a Masters preparation course that is a collaboration with the University of the Arts London. Recent posts include Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology (BIFT).

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I create installations, including objects incorporating elements of sculpture, photography, and drawing. Recent work explores links between historic landscape and the activity of garden making, and the significance of creating individual "place" within changing environments. Research was shaped by travels, residency work, and experiences living in the U.S., South Korea and China.