Yujin Lee works with video, drawing, and printmaking. She is interested in microhistorical narratives that revisit themes such as war, globalization, and collective identity. In 2012, Lee started a biannual curatorial project, the “Drawing Show,” where she invites emerging artists from around the world. She has also participated in collaborative projects with dancers, cinematographers, writers, and other visual artists. Lee was born in Korea, received her BFA from Cornell University, during which she studied abroad in Rome and Shanghai. She lived in Berlin for three years before moving to New York to pursue her MFA at Columbia University. Lee has exhibited throughout Europe, Korea, and the US.