SOUTH KOREA-- Sodam Lee, an assistant professor of Fine Arts at Mississippi Valley State University, has been invited to the Incheon International Design Fair 2017.
Lee’s digital artwork, “Fishing Boys”, will be exhibited at the Cultural Center in Incheon, South Korea from Oct. 26-30.
The themes of the exhibition are “Convergence Design & City Design” and “Free Theme”. The goal of the event is to rethink fundamentalism in our circumstances.
The fundamental objective of the INDEF is based on sharing enthusiastic professions and developing an international art and design community. The INDAS provides various scholastic creativities through all the Fine Arts and Design fields, including 2D to 4D painting, sculpture, photography, architecture, landscape, multi-media, film, fashion, visual communication, industrial design, jewelry design, ceramics and printmaking.
As an artist, Lee has participated in national and international exhibitions, including the 34th Bradley International Juried Print and Drawing Exhibition in Illinois, the International Juried Exhibition at New Ground Print Workshop and Gallery in New Mexico, the Hong Kong Graphic Art Fiesta in Hong Kong, the 2016 Incheon International Design Fair in South Korea and the Venice Contemporary Large-Format Printmaking Residency and Project in Italy.
She was awarded the "Best of Show" Emerging Artist at the Des Moines Art Festival in 2013 and 2014.
Her artworks have also been published in the Hand Magazine, an international printmaking magazine and Studio Visit Magazine, one of the prestigious magazines in U.S.