June Lee is a young Singaporean artist who has exhibited in Singapore, Australia, South Korea, France and Indonesia. She graduated with a Diploma in Fine Art (Chinese Ink Painting) from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore in 2008 and a Bachelor of Contemporary Arts from the University of Tasmania, Australia in 2012.
In 2009, she won the Wood Award from NAFA Fine Art Awards in Singapore.
June's first solo show took place at Art Stage Jakarta, Indonesia, in 2016. "In Other Words", her first solo exhibition in Singapore took place at Intersections Gallery in 2019.
View the following video about Wu Guanzhong exhibition "Expressions of Pen & Palette" at the National Gallery Singapore and read her interview in Luxuo to better understand her inspiration and practice.
Asian Students and Young Artists Art Festival, Seoul, Korea
Annual 1x1x1 Exhibition, Fost Private Ltd, Singapore
NAFA Fine Arts awards, Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore Ink-finite, Esplanade, Singapore
Signed and Numbered, Entrepot Gallery, Tasmania, Australia
First Year Painting Students Exhibition, Brisbane Hotel, Tasmania, Australia
UTAS Open Day, University of Tasmania, Launceston, Australia
New Readings, Jendela, Esplanade, Singapore
Harmony Day International Students Exhibition, New Gallery, University of Tasmania, Australia
Black Reflection - White Shadows, Intersections, Tanjong Pagar Community Club, Singapore
Cut-in-Space, Trispace, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Lasalle College of the Arts, Singapore
Small is Beautiful, Intersections Gallery, Singapore
Intersections Booth G19, Art Paris Art Fair, Grand Palais, Paris, France
Art Stage Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia
InkMagination II, Autographic Matters, Intersections, Singapore
Intersections Booth F19, Art Paris Art Fair, Grand Palais, Paris, France
InkMagination III, I Wish I WERE Here-Writing, Erasing, Recomposing, Expanding, Intersections Gallery, Singapore
Perceptions, Chinese Ink at NAFA, Singapore
Singapore Intertwined Roots, Intersections Gallery, Singapore
Solo Show, In Other Words, Intersections Gallery, Singapore