Hye Rim Lee

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    Hye Rim Lee is an Auckland based Korean New Zealand artist and a lecturer at Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design. Lee’s work has been exhibited with more than 250 exhibitions worldwide in the major solo and group exhibitions at: Kukje Gallery Seoul, Max Lang Gallery New York, Waterfall Mansion & Gallery New York, Gallerie Volker Diehl Berlin, Monte Clark Gallery Vancouver, MoCA Shanghai, Today Art Museum Beijing, MOCA Taipei, Minsheng Art Museum Shanghai, Trondheim Kunstmuseum, Fundacio Joan Miro Barcelona, Wereld Museum Rotterdam, Starkwhite Auckland, San Jose Museum of Art, MMCA Seoul, SeMA Seoul, SOMA Seoul, The National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts Taipei, Govett Brewster Art Gallery New Plymouth, Adam Art Gallery Wellington, The Gus Fisher Gallery Auckland, numerous collateral exhibitions in the 58th, the 54th and the 53rd Venice Biennale, Incheon Women’s Art Biennale Incheon, Animamix Biennale China 2011, Samsung Media Exhibition Daegu 2011, and artfairs including Basel, FIAC, Frieze, Armory Show, Basel Miami, Art HK. Shanghai Contemporary, Art Paris, KIAF. She won the artist residency: Ssamzie Space Seoul and ISCP New York (2007-2018). She was awarded numerous funding from CNZ, NZ Film Commission, and Asia NZ Foundation. She was a Visiting Fellow at AUT in 2013. She is a finalist of Wallace Art Awards (2016). Her works become part of major international art collection and private collections worldwide. Samsung NZ and Hyundai NZ sponsored Hye Rim Lee. TV NZ made a 45-minute documentary about Hye Rim Lee, TOKI Does New York 2008.


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