Art Projects International

Art Projects International Art Projects International (ART PROJECTS) is a contemporary art gallery and art advisory located in the historic district of Tribeca, New York City.

ART PROJECTS is a contemporary art gallery and art advisory in Tribeca NYC working with a global network of artists, art professionals and collectors for over twenty five years. Established by Jung Lee Sanders in 1993, with its gallery space originally located in SoHo, ARTprojects was one of the first galleries in the United States that provided a platform for contemporary artists from Asia, and h

as been a unique presence in the New York art gallery scene, establishing lasting relationships with artists, curators and collectors with diverse international backgrounds. Over the years, the gallery has served a vital role in fostering the careers of many artists and continues to present critically acclaimed exhibitions, publications and other projects in the United States and abroad. The gallery provides highly personalized service and works closely with individuals, museums and corporations on their acquisitions and private collections. Works by the gallery artists are represented in major institutions around the world. Many of the gallery’s exhibitions and other projects have received critical acclaim in major international publications and media including the New York Times, New Yorker, Artforum, Artnews, Art in America, Art Asia Pacific, Flash Art, CNN, International Herald Tribune, Barron’s, Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, Harper’s Bazaar, and Newsweek. Born in Seoul, Jung Lee Sanders was educated in South Korea, Hong Kong, England and the United States, and came of age personally and professionally in multiple cultures. With over twenty-five years of experience working with a global network of artists, art professionals and collectors, Jung Lee has advised and provided support for many institutional exhibitions and acquisitions, working with numerous leading institutions including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Vilcek Foundation, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Herbert F. Johnson Museum at Cornell University, Brooklyn Museum, San Jose Museum of Art, Queens Museum of Art, Asian Art Museum San Francisco, Crow Museum of Asian Art, and M+ Hong Kong. She is a member of ArtTable, a national organization for women leaders in the visual arts, and a founding member of the Asian Contemporary Art Consortium, a New York based organization dedicated to raising the awareness of contemporary art from Asia.

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   🖼️ 🎨 🖌️The first exhibition the Vilcek Foundation hosted in our headquarters in 2007 was curated by Art Projects Inte...
05/31/2024



🖼️ 🎨 🖌️The first exhibition the Vilcek Foundation hosted in our headquarters in 2007 was curated by Art Projects International— founder Jung Lee Sanders, and included works by artists Il Lee (b. South Korea) and Pouran Jinchi (b. Iran).⁣

🖋️ There are a number of works by Il Lee in The Jan T. and Ma**ca Vilcek Collection, and in the collection of The Vilcek Foundation. Explore these works by the artist (and more works in our collections!) at the Linkin.bio in our Instagram profile! ⁣

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(Detail) Il Lee. “BLY-1602.” Acrylic and oil on canvas. 68 in x 48 in. 2016. ⁣
Image copyright courtesy of the artist and Art Projects International, New York, NY.⁣

⛈️ Image 2⁣
(Detail) Il Lee. “IW-2201.” Acrylic and oil on canvas. 82 in x 100 in. 2022. ⁣
Image copyright courtesy of the artist and Art Projects International, New York, NY.⁣

🌐 Image 3⁣
(Detail) Il Lee. “SBL-1601.” Ballpoint pen on paper. 21 3/8 in x 38 1/2 in. 2016.⁣
Image copyright courtesy of the artist and Art Projects International, New York, NY. ⁣

🌈 Image 4⁣
(Detail) Il Lee. “SMC-001.” Ballpoint pen and colored pencil on paper. 17 1/8 in x 14 7/8 in. 2000. ⁣
Image copyright courtesy of the artist and Art Projects International, New York, NY.⁣

🐆 Image 5⁣
(Detail) Il Lee. “SBK-082.” Ballpoint pen on paper. 10 x 7 7/8 in. 2008. ⁣
Image copyright courtesy of the artist and Art Projects International, New York, NY. ⁣

☀ Image 6⁣
(Detail) Il Lee. “Untitled 978 K.” Ballpoint pen on paper. 77 in x 60 in. 1997-1998. ⁣
Image copyright courtesy of the artist and Art Projects International, New York, NY.⁣

Only a few more weeks to see     Mari LeeDaily Discovery of Present MomentThrough June 21, 2024
05/30/2024

Only a few more weeks to see

Mari Lee
Daily Discovery of Present Moment
Through June 21, 2024

On view:Mari Lee Daily Discovery of Present MomentThrough June 21Pictured here is Mari Lee in front of Present 1.“Presen...
05/23/2024

On view:

Mari Lee
Daily Discovery of Present Moment
Through June 21

Pictured here is Mari Lee in front of Present 1.

“Present 1 shows, only through documentation of cast shadows, a hand agitating the surface of some water — the agitation becomes more pronounced as the video progresses. Here Mari explicates a deeper intention and reveals through allegory the rare ritual of the body reaching through the membrane of the real to negotiate with the spirits that invisibly surround us and control our world from just out of sight.” Erik Bakke, exhibition brochure Daily Discovery of Present Moment.

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Mari Lee (b. Seoul, Korea) grew up in South Korea, Hong Kong, and England, and currently lives and works in New York. She graduated from Ewha Womans University in Seoul and received her MA from New York University in studio art (photography). After working as a photo-assistant to photographer Mary Ellen Mark, she worked as a photojournalist in Seoul and New York.

Most recently, she has focused on creating time-based media works. Recent exhibitions include: 30 Years: Art Projects International (group exhibition), Art Projects International, New York, 2023; Unlearning, Transforming (solo exhibition), New York University Photo Hall Gallery, New York, 2019; Infinite Perspectives (3-person show), Artbit Gallery, Seoul, Korea, 2017; and Unlearning (solo exhibition), Is Gallery, Seoul, Korea, 2016. Selected collections include the Francis Greenburger Collection, New York.

Thank you to everyone who joined us this past Friday for the Artist Reception of     The gallery is open from 11-6pm tod...
05/22/2024

Thank you to everyone who joined us this past Friday for the Artist Reception of

The gallery is open from 11-6pm today.

Thank you  for the mention!Art Projects International will host a solo show of Mari Lee titled “Daily Discovery of Prese...
05/14/2024

Thank you for the mention!

Art Projects International will host a solo show of Mari Lee titled “Daily Discovery of Present Moment,” including photographs and a large projection of selected new videos. As Erik Bakke writes in his essay for the exhibition, the videos “start in the midst of an action and end in the midst of the same action, or at a slightly different phase of that action — rain, or perhaps drops wind-blown from a tree, fall onto a puddle; water flows and ebbs over sand; a sunlit toilet paper roll’s end sheet flutters; a bit of icy slush slides on a shiny hard surface.”

Now open:Mari LeeDaily Discovery of Present MomentMay 7-June 21, 2024The gallery is open from 11-6pm today.“Mari’s title...
05/10/2024

Now open:

Mari Lee
Daily Discovery of Present Moment
May 7-June 21, 2024

The gallery is open from 11-6pm today.

“Mari’s title for the series, ‘Daily Discovery of Present Moment,’ suggests a practice and an approach. The videos themselves become less filmic aesthetic representations and more records of the ‘daily discovery’ — of the artist appreciating the changes in the visual manifestation of actions of the incidentally quotidian. The ‘present moment’ reflects a philosophical position that not only puts focus on the present but may only allow for the present…. a glimpse of an eternal present endlessly unfolding.” Erik Bakke, Daily Discovery of Present Moment exhibition brochure, 2024.
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Installation view of Mari Lee, Present 6 (left) and Present 8 (right), Daily Discovery of Present Moment, 2020-2024, video (color, sound), dimensions variable.

05/07/2024

First day of “MARI LEE: Daily Discovery of Present Moment” after days of installing at Art Projects International.

Daily Discovery of Present Moment is Mari Lee’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. The exhibition presents selected videos from Mari’s Daily Discovery of Present Moment series as well as two large projections of selected new videos, which expand on the body of work she began during the recent pandemic.

Opening soon!Mari LeeDaily Discovery of Present MomentMay 7-June 21, 2024Art Projects International is pleased to presen...
04/23/2024

Opening soon!

Mari Lee
Daily Discovery of Present Moment
May 7-June 21, 2024

Art Projects International is pleased to present Daily Discovery of Present Moment, Mari Lee’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. The exhibition presents selected videos from Mari’s Daily Discovery of Present Moment series as well as a large projection of selected new videos, which expand on the body of work she began during the recent pandemic.

One last look before de-installing Richard Tsao: Rectangle.
04/02/2024

One last look before de-installing Richard Tsao: Rectangle.

  Surfing  “Red Sea” and epic gallery moments at his incredible show at  Real deal surfsuit by the creative  Dewi - not ...
03/31/2024



Surfing “Red Sea” and epic gallery moments at his incredible show at Real deal surfsuit by the creative Dewi - not only designer but my Bali surf coach. Lots of inspiration and love all around!

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Friday was the last day to visit our exhibition RICHARD TSAO: Rectangle. A huge thank you to everyone who visited the gallery over the course of the exhibition.

And a very special thanks to surfing star for her extraordinary performance surrounded by Tsao’s work!

  .flaneuse Got a chance to hang out with one of my oldest and dearest friends, , whose show at  closes this week—catch ...
03/28/2024

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Got a chance to hang out with one of my oldest and dearest friends, , whose show at closes this week—catch it if you can.

Richard Tsao “Rectangle,” the first exhibition dedicated to Richard Tsao’s intimate and exquisite works on paper from th...
03/18/2024

Richard Tsao “Rectangle,” the first exhibition dedicated to Richard Tsao’s intimate and exquisite works on paper from the 1990s, currently on view.

Created in the winter of 1996, a year after his breakout first solo museum exhibition in New York at the Queens Museum in 1995, these works on paper are the earliest works from Richard Tsao’s extensive explorations with works on paper engaging his widely varied and inventive techniques resulting from his highly individual aesthetic. These small works on paper present a more playful and freely experimental Tsao and offer a glimpse into a critical period in the artist’s career that coincided with his prolific output and the development of his well-known “flood room” paintings.

Images:
1. Rectangle 21, 1996, oil on Stonehenge paper.
2. Rectangle 92, 1996, oil on Stonehenge paper.
3. Rectangle A7, 1996, oil on Stonehenge paper.

Currently on view — Richard Tsao: Rectangle, the first exhibition dedicated to Richard Tsao’s intimate and exquisite wor...
02/28/2024

Currently on view — Richard Tsao: Rectangle, the first exhibition dedicated to Richard Tsao’s intimate and exquisite works on paper from the 1990s. The exhibition brings together 21 works from Tsao’s Rectangle series, lushly layered abstract works on paper that are closely linked to his singular “flood room” painting series and provides an opportunity to understand his artistic development.

The gallery is open from 11-6pm today.

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The 1990s were an active period for Tsao as an artist in New York with his works appearing in numerous exhibitions in New York, including key downtown exhibition spaces such as the Artists Space, Art in General, and Wynn Kramarsky’s 560 Broadway, as well as his first solo museum exhibition in New York at the Queens Museum (1995) that was favorably reviewed by Holland Cotter in the New York Times. Since the mid-1990s, Tsao has shown extensively in the United States and Asia. His recent solo exhibitions include: Richard Tsao: Constant Gardener at MoCA Westport, CT (2023); Richard Tsao: Green Acres, Art Projects International, New York (2021); Richard Tsao: Monotypes, Art Projects International, New York (2020). Tsao’s works on paper from the Kramarsky Collection entered the permanent collections of the Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC, and Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts Foundation Collection, Little Rock, AR. In 2004 his works on paper were part of the group exhibition “Cool and Collected ’04 at the Weatherspoon Art Museum.

Installation view of Rectangle, the first exhibition dedicated to Richard Tsao’s intimate and exquisite works on paper f...
02/21/2024

Installation view of Rectangle, the first exhibition dedicated to Richard Tsao’s intimate and exquisite works on paper from the 1990s. The exhibition brings together 21 works from Tsao’s Rectangle series, lushly layered abstract works on paper that are closely linked to his singular “flood room” painting series and provides an opportunity to understand his artistic development.

A long-time resident of New York, Thai-born Richard Tsao is celebrated for his well-known “flood room” paintings created by pooling and flowing pigments in his specially-designed unorthodox studio. Gregory Galligan best describes the spirit of this unique flood room studio: “The Flood Room’s physically and emotionally humid atmosphere derives from the congested soi, the backstreets of Bangkok that often flood during the sweltering monsoon season.” These vibrantly colored, multi-layered paintings evoke the lush nature of his native Thailand and are inspired by his memories of growing up in Bangkok.

The 1990s were an active period for Tsao as an artist in New York with his works appearing in numerous exhibitions in New York, including key downtown exhibition spaces such as the Artists Space, Art in General, and Wynn Kramarsky’s 560 Broadway, as well as his first solo museum exhibition in New York at the Queens Museum (1995) that was favorably reviewed by Holland Cotter in the New York Times. Since the mid-1990s, Tsao has shown extensively in the United States and Asia. His recent solo exhibitions include: Richard Tsao: Constant Gardener at MoCA Westport, CT (2023); Richard Tsao: Green Acres, Art Projects International, New York (2021); Richard Tsao: Monotypes, Art Projects International, New York (2020). Tsao’s works on paper from the Kramarsky Collection entered the permanent collections of the Weatherspoon Art Museum, Greensboro, NC, and Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts Foundation Collection, Little Rock, AR. In 2004 his works on paper were part of the group exhibition Cool and Collected ’04 at the Weatherspoon Art Museum.

Richard Tsao “Rectangle” currently on view.Created in the winter of 1996, a year after his breakout first solo museum ex...
02/20/2024

Richard Tsao “Rectangle” currently on view.

Created in the winter of 1996, a year after his breakout first solo museum exhibition in New York at the Queens Museum in 1995, these works on paper are the earliest works from Richard Tsao’s extensive explorations with works on paper engaging his widely varied and inventive techniques resulting from his highly individual aesthetic. These small works on paper present a more playful and freely experimental Tsao and offer a glimpse into a critical period in the artist’s career that coincided with his prolific output and the development of his well-known “flood room” paintings. Two rarely seen flood room paintings that were part of his recent solo museum exhibition “Richard Tsao: Constant Gardener” at MoCA Westport in 2023 will also accompany the show.

Images:
1. Rectangle A3, 1996, oil on Stonehenge paper.
2. Rectangle 90, 1996, oil on Stonehenge paper.
3. Rectangle A8, 1996, oil on Stonehenge paper.

*Richard Tsao: Rectangle* February 13 - March 29“The small, square format of Tsao’s paintings somehow remove them from t...
02/02/2024

*Richard Tsao: Rectangle* February 13 - March 29

“The small, square format of Tsao’s paintings somehow remove them from the realm of traditional painting. They are more like objects constructed with layers of paint... He is unafraid to make works of exceptional beauty, but he also has managed to instill in them a sense of his own identity. Richard Tsao has found a way to make abstract painting fresh again.” – Jane Farver, Richard Tsao Paintings, exhibition catalogue, 1997.

A long-time resident of New York, Thai-born Richard Tsao is celebrated for his well-known “flood room” paintings created by pooling and flowing pigments in his specially-designed unorthodox studio.

On February 13, Art Projects International is pleased to present Rectangle, the first exhibition dedicated to Richard Tsao’s intimate and exquisite works on paper from the 1990s. The exhibition brings together 21 works from Tsao’s Rectangle series, lushly layered abstract works on paper that are closely linked to his singular “flood room” painting series and provides an opportunity to understand his artistic development.

Thank you  for the photo!Il Lee’s large ballpoint pen on canvas “BL-087” at a beautiful home designed by .BL-087 (2006) ...
01/28/2024

Thank you for the photo!

Il Lee’s large ballpoint pen on canvas “BL-087” at a beautiful home designed by .

BL-087 (2006) presents an iconic Il Lee form. A horizontal line spans the canvas and defines the solid mass of indistinguishable lines beneath it. The form, though, as no bottom edge and trails off into a sea of tangled, and then individually discernible, lines.

The painting was first exhibited in “Blurred Horizons: Contemporary Landscapes, Real and Imagined,” curated by art historian and presented at in 2018. (second image)

In reviewing the exhibition, highlights BL-087 and here is an excerpt:

Il Lee’s BL-087 (2006) brings together both their monochrome/blue coloring and movement/stillness in a single transfixing image. Lee applies sweeping lines of blue ink on the canvas with, confoundingly, a ballpoint pen. The multiplicity of fine lines builds up to create a vast section that is densely colored and which—with a clear, curving demarcation between the blue ink and the horizon of the canvas—calls to mind a mountaintop.

In the lower section of the canvas, dancing lines of ink escape this mountain of pigment’s apparent solidity of form, as if to assert the artist’s hand in this view of “nature.” Recalling the gestural brushstrokes of the Abstract Expressionists, Lee’s energetic application of ballpoint ink captures the absorbing, physical act of the artist…. BL-087 astounds both as an evocation of landscape and by the precision of technique required for its construction. – Sally Grant, Hamptons Art Hub, February 6, 2018

Opening soon:Richard Tsao: RectangleFebruary 13 - March 29, 2024Pictured: Richard Tsao was honored by the Asian Arts All...
01/22/2024

Opening soon:

Richard Tsao: Rectangle
February 13 - March 29, 2024

Pictured: Richard Tsao was honored by the Asian Arts Alliance at their 31st Anniversary Gala in 2013. The gala celebrates the achievements of outstanding Asian Americans in the arts.

Photo: © 2013 Gil Seo Photography.

This year we celebrated the gallery’s 30th anniversary with a special group exhibition 30 Years: Art Projects Internatio...
12/31/2023

This year we celebrated the gallery’s 30th anniversary with a special group exhibition 30 Years: Art Projects International. Thank you for capturing this special moment celebrating with many artists and friends. And a huge thank you to all of our artists and supporters for a wonderful anniversary year!

Wishing everyone a happy new year and looking forward to seeing you in 2024!

       MBL-1302 (2013, ballpoint on paper. Collection of Société BIC, France) was selected for the exhibition banner for...
12/30/2023



MBL-1302 (2013, ballpoint on paper. Collection of Société BIC, France) was selected for the exhibition banner for “La Collection BIC” in 2018.

La Collection BIC, curated by Hervé Mikaeloff and Ingrid Pux, was presented at , France in 2018.

This exhibition unveiled for the first time previously unseen works in the BIC Collection. More than 140 exceptional and diverse works were selected for the exhibition and presented works by over 80 artists, including Alberto Giaocometti, René Magritte, Fernand Léger and Alighiero Boetti to contemporary artist from around the world.

1. MBL-1302 by featured in the exhibition banner for “La Collection BIC” at the Centquatre, Paris, 2018.
2. Installation view of MBL-1302 in the exhibition La Collection Bic, 2018.
3. Limited edition Il Lee BIC ballpoint pen produced to celebrate the exhibition

     Blurred Horizons: Contemporary Landscapes, Real and Imagined, a special exhibition featuring works by 12 artists:  ...
12/28/2023



Blurred Horizons: Contemporary Landscapes, Real and Imagined, a special exhibition featuring works by 12 artists: , presented at in 2018.

The exhibition presented a selection of works created within the past twenty years, featuring landscapes with a strong abstract quality, abstract works evoking landscapes, and artificially-constructed landscapes. The exhibition was accompanied by an essay by art historian that contextualizes these contemporary landscapes within the landscape tradition, with an emphasis on the sublime.

1. Installation view of Blurred Horizon: Contemporary Landscape. Pictured are works by James Turrell, Richard Tsao, Clifford Ross and Mary Heilmann.

2. Kathryn Calley Galitz, Clifford Ross and Mary Heilmann.

3. Opening reception.

4. Works by Mary Heilmann, Yojiro Imasaka and Catherine Opie.

 Installation of Pintra 55/21(2021, 118 x 118 inches) by Mariano Ferrante, New York, 2021.
12/27/2023



Installation of Pintra 55/21(2021, 118 x 118 inches) by Mariano Ferrante, New York, 2021.

 Nam Wan (2010) by Richard Tsao beautiful framed by A&Z Art Framing before leaving for  its new home.Nam Wan was first s...
12/26/2023



Nam Wan (2010) by Richard Tsao beautiful framed by A&Z Art Framing before leaving for its new home.

Nam Wan was first shown in Richard Tsao’s first solo exhibition “Nam Wan” in 2011. The exhibition was reviewed in by Elisa Decker . (Last image)

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❄️Winter Wonderland❄️   captured during the  Wishing everyone a Happy Christmas ✨
12/25/2023

❄️Winter Wonderland❄️ captured during the

Wishing everyone a Happy Christmas ✨

Part 2 of       1. Installation view of Live Art, curated by Gerald Pryor, featuring artists Laurie Simmons, Felix Gonza...
12/21/2023

Part 2 of

1. Installation view of Live Art, curated by Gerald Pryor, featuring artists Laurie Simmons, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Gerald Pryor, Shari Diamond, Suzanne Nicholas, Judy Natal, Ward Shelley, Michael Hall, and Louise Lawler. The gallery’s second exhibition and first group show, 1994.
2. Artists Tchah-Sup Kim and Myong Hi Kim at the Live Art opening, 1994.
3. Installation view of Jian-Jun Zhang: Water and Fire, 1995.
4. Manami Fujimori, Jung Lee Sanders and Gwenn Thomas, 1996.
5. With artist Mary Judge and dealer Florence Lynch, 1996.
6. Jung Lee Sanders and Hong-Hee Kim, former director of Seoul Museum of Art, circa 1996.
7. Installation view of Canny, curated by Erik Bakke, featuring Bob Griffin, Holly Zausner, Gordon Terry, Debora Warner, Ward Shelley, Robert Medvedz, Brandon Ballengée, David Henry Brown Jr., Christian Brown, Lauren Garfinkel.

Happy Holidays!As we begin to wind down 2023 — the gallery’s 30th anniversary year — we’d like to thank all artists, vis...
12/20/2023

Happy Holidays!

As we begin to wind down 2023 — the gallery’s 30th anniversary year — we’d like to thank all artists, visitors, and supporters for this wonderful anniversary year!

During these few remaining days of December, we’ll be sharing some happy memories from our 30 years by highlighting the many artists, exhibitions, and people that have been part of the gallery’s journey.

Here are some images from our early years in Soho, with the galley introducing and providing a platform for artists of diverse international backgrounds. 30 years ago, was one of the few galleries in the United States to focus on contemporary artists from Asia. The gallery’s first exhibitions — during the mid-90s — featured many women artists and drew curators and writers interested in discovering new perspectives on contemporary society.


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1. In-Hyung Kim, Untitled (detail), oil on canvas, 31 1/2 x 31 1/2 inches).
2. Alice Yang (1961-1997) and Roy Lichtenstein at the 1996 opening reception.
3. Richard Tsao, Jung Lee Sanders and Erik Bakke, 1994.
4. Installation view of Julie Hwang: Recent Works, 1994.
5. Exhibition of Gwenn Thomas’s black and white photo-emulsion on linen works from the 1990s, 1996
6. Opening of Il Lee: Line and Form, 1997.

LAST DAY!     The gallery is open today from 11am-6pm.Pictured here is Il Lee in front of Untitled 978K (1998-98), a lar...
12/16/2023

LAST DAY!



The gallery is open today from 11am-6pm.

Pictured here is Il Lee in front of Untitled 978K (1998-98), a large-scale work on paper from his 978 series. Considered by many to be one of Lee’s most ambitious and important series of works, several “978” series works were prominently exhibited as part of Il Lee’s groundbreaking mid-career retrospective at the San Jose Museum of Art in 2007 and many other museum exhibitions. Works from Lee’s 978 series are in major collections including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Minneapolis Institute of Art and the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea.

Image courtesy of

   featured in Yonhap Infomax, the financial news arm of 연합뉴스 (Yonhap News), South Korea’s largest news agency. The arti...
12/12/2023

featured in Yonhap Infomax, the financial news arm of 연합뉴스 (Yonhap News), South Korea’s largest news agency. The article also highlights the gallery’s 30-year anniversary and its longstanding relationship with Il Lee.

Up close with Il Lee!
12/09/2023

Up close with Il Lee!

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