Brooklyn to Beijing and Back Again: Eric Jiaju Lee

With works commissioned by companies such as the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group or used by organizations such as Asia Society, Eric Jiaju Lee is a Bushwick-based artist known for his artistic abstractions of east and west. Closing the chapter on this long-term exploration, Eric’s vision is taking on a new direction, and SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson has the story.

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