Lisa Jungmin Lee is a print-based artist in Philadelphia. Lisa is fascinated by urban structures and its architectural elements she discovers while exploring around the city. Her work incorporates lines as a primary visual language to deliver her interests in blurring the relationship between an image of imagined space and reality.

Lisa received her MFA in printmaking from the Tyler School of Art &Architecture in Philadelphia, PA and a BFA in printmaking from the Hongik University in Seoul, South Korea. She has exhibited her work internationally and received a Wind Fellowship in 2023 through InLiquid Gallery Funded by Dina Wind Art Foundation. Lisa was a recipient of Artist Scholarship at Manhattan Graphics Center. She has participated in Artist-in-Residence programs at Second State Press, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Portside Arts Center, and Officina Stamperia del Notaio. Lisa is currently teaching printmaking and 2D courses at Moore College of Art & Design, Rowan University, and Fleisher Art Memorial.

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