Arthur Kwon Lee is a Korean American visual artist best known for commenting on man’s sense of personal identity through large scale paintings and murals. Lee has dedicated his practice to combating postmodernism through a combination of unique mark making in conjunction to repressed archetypal subject matter. From the oceanic awareness to the integration of one’s shadow, it is common to experience a myriad of psychoanalytical references and historic symbolism throughout his body of work.
Location: Washington, DC, United States
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