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sepia EYE: news

Jungjin Lee

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2014

Jungjin Lee, from Unnamed Road, 2010-2012

Jungjin Lee, from Unnamed Road, 2010-2012

Jungjin Lee in This Place at DOX, Centre for Contemporary Art

This Place, a project which explores the complexity of Israel and the West Bank through the eyes of twelve internationally acclaimed photographers, will travel as an exhibition to four museums. A selection of Jungjin Lee’s work for this project will be on view.

24 October 2014 – 2 March 2015
This Place
DOX, Centre for Contemporary Art
Prague


Jungjin Lee, <i>Unnamed Road 045</i>, 2010-2012

Jungjin Lee, Unnamed Road 045, 2010-2012

Jungjin Lee in TIME magazine's Lightbox

Featured on TIME magazine’s Lightbox, the project This Place, which invited 12 photographers to Israel and the West Bank. A few of Jungjin Lee’s works are in the slideshow.

16 April 2014
Picturing the Holy Land: 12 Photographers Chart a Region’s Complexities
Time Magazine, Lightbox


2012

Jungjin Lee, <i>Pagodas 98-01</i>, 1998

Jungjin Lee, Pagodas 98-01, 1998

Jungjin Lee at The Hill School’s Center for the Arts Boyer Gallery

The Hill School’s Center for the Arts presents a selection of works from both Pagoda and Wind.

14 September – 19 October 2012
Pagoda & Wind: Photographs on Mulberry Paper
The Hill School Center for the Arts Boyer Gallery
Pottstown


2010

Jungjin Lee, <i>Wind 07-106</i>, 2007

Jungjin Lee, Wind 07-106, 2007

Jungjin Lee's Wind at PNCA+MoCC

The Philip Feldman Gallery + Project Space at the Pacific Northwest College of Art, Museum of Contemporary Craft, presents a selection of works from her series, Wind (Nov 4, 2010 – Jan 10, 2011.)

Philip Feldman Gallery + Project Space
Pacific Northwest College of Art, Museum of Contemporary Craft
Portland, OR, 97209


Jungjin Lee, <i>Thing 04-20</i>, 2004

Jungjin Lee, Thing 04-20, 2004

Chaotic Harmony: Contemporary Korean Photography Jungjin Lee and Sookang Kim

Both sepia EYE artists will be featured in the group exhibition: Chaotic Harmony: Contemporary Korean Photography at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art from July 3–September 19, 2010. The most comprehensive exhibition of contemporary Korean photography to ever be shown in the United States, Chaotic Harmony features large scale photographs by 40 Korean artists. The exhibition is organized by Anne Wilkes Tucker, The Gus and Lyndall Wortham Curator of Photography at the MFAH, and Karen Sinsheimer, Curator of Photography at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.

Lee’s work can also be seen currently at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Surface Tension: Contemporary Photographs from the Collection from September 15- June 13, 2010 in the Joyce and Robert Menschel Hall for Modern Photography.