Profile

Zun Lee is a visual artist, physician, and educator. Born and raised in Germany, he currently lives and works in Canada and the US. Through lens-based storytelling, archival and socially engaged practice, Lee investigates Black everyday life and family spaces as sites of intimacy, belonging, and insurgent sociality against cultural displacement and erasure. Lee has exhibited and spoken at numerous institutions in North America and Europe. His works are widely published and represented in public and private collections around the world. More of Lee’s work can be seen on his website and on his Instagram.

Selected honors and awards include Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition Finalist (2019), Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Practitioner-in-Residence (2019), Knight Foundation Grantee (2018), Art Gallery of Ontario Artist-in-Residence (2017), Magnum Foundation Fellow (2015), PDN Photo Annual Winner (2015), Paris Photo/Aperture Photobook Awards Shortlist (2014), PDN 30 (2014).

Harmony Hammond

Artist-in-Residence

Ann Burke Daly

Artist-in-Residence

Zun Lee

Visiting Artist

Jayce Salloum

Guest Scholar, MFA in Visual Art

Abbas Akhavan

Artist-in-Residence

Lewis Gordon

Visiting Scholar