David Choong Lee

Solo Exhibition
November 19 – December 10, 2021

Mirus Gallery San Francisco is pleased to announce David Choong Lee debut solo exhibition coming this November.  Stay tuned for more information!

Opening Reception: Friday, November 19, 7-10pm

On Display through: December 10, 2021

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About the artist:

David Choong Lee combines elements of graffiti, collage, graphic design, portraiture, and classical realism. He was born in Seoul, Korea in 1966 and moved to the US in 1993 to pursue traditional fine art at the Academy of Art. His first major body of work depicted San Francisco’s homeless in the Tenderloin, then evolved to depict the diversity of San Francisco’s population. Many of the city’s recognizable characters have shown up in breathtaking pieces on his signature wine and cigar boxes. In recent years, Lee has begun to shift focus from the figure to the abstract and geometric. These two styles come together in impressive assemblages that have shown in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Denver, Tucson, Canada, and Korea.