Sandra Eula Lee
**Designers Party
**Recipient of Kenyon College Faculty Research Grant
2015-16 and 2016-17
**Reverse the Perspective at XiangSi Art Museum in Tianjin
September 13-November 15, 2015
Curated by Tang Zehui
XiangSi Art Museum
**Drawing: Mapping Madness at Inside-Out Museum, Beijing
December 13-March 1, 2014
Curated by Tomas Vu and Yuan Zuo
Inside-Out Museum

Albert Weaver, Buckminster Fuller, Tuguldur, Yondonjamts, Tomas Vu, Beka Goedde, Hanneline Rogeberg, Valerie Hammond, Feng Lianghong, Gregory Amenoff, Mark Dion, Eric Ramos Guerrero, Yun-fei Ji, William Kentridge, Emily Henretta, Ghada Amer, Gandalf Gavan & Jack Warren, Sandra Eula Lee, Alyssa Piro, David Altmejd, Mark Perlman, Fred Liang, Yuan Shun, Yuan Yunfu, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Daniel Touff, Megan Foster, Luis Silva, Lisa Sigal, Corey Riddell, Richard Ryan, Benjamin Zawalich, Brian Novatny, Predrag Dimitrijevic, Aurelien Couput, Tammy Nguyen, Bruno Pogacnik, Jennifer Nuss, Kurt Kemp, Riaki Enyama, Jesse Weisse, Peter Wayne Lewis, Shahar Yahalom, Sarah Sze, Yuan Zuo,Nicola Lopez, Paula Wilson, Chris Jehly, Kayla Mohammadi, Hedya Klein, Jessica Segall, Sam Messer, Jen Sturgill, Miguel Cardenas, LeRoy Neiman, Kambui Olujimi, Cecily Brown, Nathan Catlin, Kiki Smith, Sanford Biggers
**Group Exhibition at Dada Post, Berlin
Dien Aye, Karin Häll, Petra Koch, Sandra Eula Lee, Paula Ross, Bignia Wehrli

October 20-November 11
Nordbahnstrasse 10, 13409 Berlin
Dada Post
**Korean article on "Two waters"
An article on my project at Pool: magazyn

**Volta Art Fair
HomeBase Project Exhibits at VOLTA New York Booth #P-02
March 8 - 11, 2012

Participating artists - Adrian Brun (Argentina/Netherlands/ HB co-curator), Peter Dudek (Poland / HB I), Bas Kools (Netherlands / HB Team), Sandra Eula Lee (USA/China / HB VI), Anat Litwin (Israel/USA / HB founder), Antonia Low ( Germany / HB V), Loudwing van Ludens (Luxemburg / HB BUILD II), Matthias Neumann (Germany / HB II), Shony Rivnay ( Israel / HB BUILD II), Abby Robinson (USA / HB VI), Adi Shnidermann (Israel / HB I), Merav Ezer Shniderman (Israel / HB I), Edouard Steinhauer (Haiti / USA / HB V), Jennifer Moronr (USA / HB V)

HomeBase Project, an artist run nonprofit is invited back to VOLTA - booth #P-02 - for the second consecutive year. The organization will showcase the ways in which it fulfills its mission to apply contemporary art as an agent for social change within an urban setting.

**Casting Memories, Art Gate Gallery, New York (December)
Curated by Jin Hwang and Hyewon Yi with catalogue essay by Linda Norden (See PRESS link)
Art Gate Gallery
**Nominated for Smithsonian Institution Artist Research Fellowship

**Nominated for Sindoh Artist Award
Panelists: Hans Ulrich Obrist and Dongyeon Koh

**196 Guernsey, group exhibition
http://www.greenpointnews.com/entertainm
August 5 - September 18, 2011
Curated by Ginger Cofield, Lauren Haynes, and Sarah Thompson
With Sami Ben Larbi, Robin Cameron, Sophie Beatrice Grant, Langdon Graves, Charles Koegel, Sandra Eula Lee, Theresa Marchetta, Alisa Ochoa, Julie Quon, MiYoung Sohn, and Adam Taye

The house at 196 Guernsey Street was constructed as a multi-family home for the workers of the USS Monitor, the first ironclad warship that was used in the Civil War, built on the East River in Greenpoint in the early 1860s. The most recorded event in the history of the home was the 1904 fire on the East River on the passenger ship General Slocum, which killed over 1200 people. One of the few hundred survivors was a resident at 196 Guernsey who lost nine family members in the disaster. The house has been a residence for both multi-families and single families over the past century and a half and has undergone - and continues to undergo - considerable renovations. Traces of the original interior architecture are evident in some areas, such as the entry-level closet space where Sami Ben Larbi’s work is installed.

196 GUERNSEY is curated by Ginger Cofield, Lauren Haynes and Sarah Thompson.

**Article in Wolgun Misul, Seoul

**Two-page article in Harper's BAZAAR, Seoul Edition

**Article in Artwide Magazine, Seoul

**Article in Chosun Ilbo (Korean newspaper)

**Site-Specifics '11, Carriage House, Islip Art Museum, NY
June 4-July 24, 2011
Curated by Karen Shaw with Rob Carter, Emily Feinstein, Chuyen Huynh, Olivia Kaufman, Jongil Ma, and Junko Sugimoto
Islip Art Museum

**Real Community Engagement, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ
I was selected to participate in this workshop with Creative Capital

**Rolling Snowball/1, CEAC, Xiamen, China
February 19-March 19
Feature on trendbeheer.com
Celebrating the opening of
CEAC's new space!
Group exhibition with works by Klitsa Antoniou, Kristjan Gudmundsson, Li Yang, Marlene Dumas, Huang Xiaoqin, Ronny Delrue, G.J. de Rook, Cecile van der Heiden, Yun-fei Ji, Kan Xuan, Pieter Holstein, Mira Sanders, Jia Zhixing, Zeng Huanguang, Collette Hosmer, Chloe Morrison, Qin Jian, Jonas Ohlsson & Jennifer Tee

**Back in NY as Artist-in-Residence at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn, NY
Exhibition slated for March 2011

**Headed to Beijing from January 5-beginning of February

**PRESS for ScopeMIAMI with DadaPost (Berlin)
Featured artist in the ScopeMIAMI catalogue

**PRESS for "Two waters", CEAC, Xiamen, China
**PRESS for "All Insignificant Things Must Disappear", Trinity Museum
**Two waters, solo exhibition, Chinese-European Art Center (CEAC), Xiamen, China
10 December-25 December 2010
CEAC press release and images

**SCOPE International Art Fair with DadaPost (Berlin), Miami, FL
November 30-December 5, 2010

DADA POST
Booth A10
Nordbahnstrasse 10
13409 Berlin
Germany

Exhibiting Artists:
Anders Hellsten Nissen
Sandra Eula Lee
Sebastian Mejia
Youn Hee Yang
Howard McCalebb
Sadie Weis

Location:
The SCOPE Miami Pavilion
The Miami Midtown Arts District
Midtown Boulevard (NE 1st Avenue)
between NE 30th & 31st St

**All Insignificant Things Must Disappear, Trinity Museum, New York, NY
The Social Sphere and the Post-Economic Landscape
November 13-December 31st, 2010
Opening: Friday, November 12, 6-8pm
Curated by Darren Jones / The Phenomena Project
ArtCat

**Artist-in-Residence, Chinese-European Art Center Residency, Xiamen, China
I'm now at CEAC for a 3-month residency in Xiamen, China with a solo exhibition scheduled for December 2010.
See "Portfolio", "2010" for more info and a couple pics--
October-December, 2010

**Panel Discussion, Art Space Pool, Seoul, Korea
October 3, 2010
Pool

**Solo exhibition, Nanji Gallery, Seoul, Korea
Concrete garden
September 1-12, 2010
Opening September 2, 6pm
http://neolook.net/archives/20100904g
http://www.akive.org/space/exhibitInfoVi
SeMA

**Group show, Incheon Art Platform, Korea
Residence Parade
September 3-26, 2010
IAP

**Lecturer, Ewha University, Dept. of Art, Seoul, Korea
September 2010
Ewha University

**Extreme Private Practice, artspace ALEPHART, Mokpo, South Korea
**Recipient of Nanji Studio Program, Seoul Museum of Art, Korea
**Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Artist-in-Residence, 2011 (upcoming)
January-March, 2011
BBG

**Exhibition and Workshop, Mumbai, India
**Press for "Home" at Mikhail Zakin Gallery, NJ
"Artists express their visions of home" by John Zeaman, December 27, 2009 (image)
North Jersey Arts
New York Times

**Guest Lecturer, Korea Nazarene University
Department of Design, Cheonan, Korea
December 2009

**Collage:Collage, NurtureArt, Brooklyn, NY
October 30-December 14
Curated by Jackie Klempay
Opening: Friday, October 30, 7-9pm
Nurture Art

**Open Studios, The National Art Studio GOYANG, Korea
October 23-25, 2009
Artist Talk, Saturday, October 24, 2pm
Goyang

**InfluxUS INfluxus, Dada Post, Berlin, Germany
September 5 - October 10
Curated by Howard McCalebb
Opens September 5, 2009
Dada Post

**Press for "Project Standing by 000" at Dukwon Gallery
Wolgan Misul, September issue (image)

**Emerge 10, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Newark, NJ
July 25-September 26, 2009
Curated by Sara Reisman
Opening Reception: Saturday, July 25, 2-5pm
Aljira

**Project Standing by, Dukwon Gallery, Seoul, Korea
Organized by Alternative Space Loop
Opening: August 18, 2009
Gallery Loop
Dukwon Gallery

**Fresh Asphalt, Gallery Satori, LES, NY
July 8-August 16, 2009
Curated by Eun-Young Choi
Opening Reception: July 10, 7-9pm
Gallery Satori

**NEW YORK TIMES review of Homebase IV
**2009 Fellowship, Asian Cultural Council
American Artists and Museum Professionals in Asia Fellowship Program
Support for travel and research in North and South Korea
ACC

**Recipient of Goyang Art Residency through the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea
The National Art Studio Goyang
May-November 2009
Goyang
NMoCA

**Office Space
Curated by Elizabeth Duffy & Brian Miller
March 8-April 30, 2009
RAC

**A lot of possibilities
Winter Space, NY
Curated by Anna Lise Jensen

The first show at Winter Space, A Lot of Possibilities, is curated by Host and
mirrors one room’s view of a communal garden. This formerly abandoned private lot was taken over by the City and neglected until locals decided to organize and turn it into a garden. The work of the participating artists represent various aspects of the garden's and are presented in the exhibition's interior “lots."

**Abstractions and Contractions
Curated by Eun Young Choi
March 7-March 29, 2009
Lumenhouse, Brooklyn
Anaba

**SPOTLIGHT ARTICLE on THE BOOK OF STAMPS
The Greenwall Foundation helped fund The Book of Stamps. Here they have a great excerpt of the text by George Pendle and a few large file images of the stamp designs, including the one I contributed

**THE BOOK OF STAMPS, Cabinet Magazine publication
From the stamp experiments of Fluxus mail artists like Robert Watts to fantasy stamps issued by fictional countries, this humble canvas has been home to all manner of free expression. The Book of Stamps is at once an homage to and continuation of this tradition.

BOOK LAUNCH PARTY: Postmasters Gallery, Sat Sept. 13th, 6:30-8:30pm
Available through D.A.P. and through Cabinet Magazine

Walead Beshty, Melissa Brown, Dubbin & Davidson, Spencer Finch, Car Michael von Hausswolff & Leif Elggren, Jonathan Herder, Mikhail Iliatov, Emily Jacir, Julia Jacquette, Vandana Jain, Sandra Eula Lee, Line Up, Frank Magnotta, Michael Oatman, David Shrigley