Jennie Jieun Lee
Jennie Jieun Lee is a Brooklyn-based contemporary artist who makes expressive, richly textured ceramics covered in abstract paintings with hints of representational imagery. She creates an array of objects including wheel-thrown, hand-altered vessels, masks and slip cast busts with morphing and multi-part features that mimic, articulate, and navigate emotional and psychological spaces. The lively deformations prominent in these works dismiss the stale notion of a strict fine art/craft dichotomy, which has considered ceramics inferior in the past.
Lee’s work has been shown at Marlborough Chelsea: View Room, New York, Martos Gallery New York, 11R, New York, Cooper Cole, Toronto, Galerie Lefebvre & Fils, Paris, Levy Delval, Brussels, and The Pit, Los Angeles.
She is a 2016-2017 recipient of the Pollock Krasner Foundation grant and is a member of the Stanley Love Performance Group.
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