Seung Lee is a Korean-American contemporary artist and Professor of Art at Long Island University, Post Campus, where he is a director of Fine Arts and Graduate Studies. He also is a representative of Haslla Art World, where, for four years, he served as an artist-in-residence. Haslla Art World is located at northeast of South Korea in Gangneung providence, where this year's Winter Olympic will take place. The art complex consists of an art park, art classes and a residency program. Lee's own paintings, drawings, and large-scale installations have been exhibited extensively in the US as well as internationally. He has received many awards, including, in 2011, the "Best International Korean Artist" award from Korean Art Association. He also has served as a judge for the National Endowment for the Arts, Decentralization Grants for New York Artists, the Heckscher Art Museum's International Documentary Film Festival, Long Island Biennial and Islip Art Museum's Cottage House Project.
Group exhibition "Living the Art Lifestyle in 1618" at 1618 Gallery in Shenzhen, China, December 19, 2015-February 28, 2016, opening reception 1/29/16.
APRIL HIGHLIGHT: Group exhibition "Changjak Art Group 60th years" at Hangaram Art Museum, Seoul, Korea (4/10/16-4/20/16)
MAY HIGHLIGHT: Group exhibition "Hong Kong Affordable Art Fair" May 12-May 15, 2016 "appearing" /streaming live on Phil Whelan's Morning Brew show-RTHK -Hong Kong radio ; 5/12/16 at 11:30pm EST