About

1986 -

Hannah K. Lee is a multi-disciplinary artist come from two churchgoing Korean immigrants who settled in the suburbs of Los Angeles. In 2017, she published Language Barrier, a monograph of zines, comics, and drawings, with Koyama Press, and her work has been collected by the Libraries of the MoMA, SF MoMA, and the Library of Congress. 

She is currently based in NYC and is a freelance Art Director at the New York Times Opinion section.



Education

2005 - 2009

Parsons School of Design
BFA, Illustration



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