This blood-orange land on oil canvases by Sea Hyun Lee is actually a mountains from the border between North ans South Korea. Union Gallery, what represents the author, describe the paintings as
Deeply personal works that reference Lee’s own sense of the past and its losses. Here, Lee tarries with two familiar ideas: nostalgia and utopia. But he avoids approaching either with mere simplicity or mere skepticism. Instead, his paintings are infused with a sophisticated sense of nostalgia, and a wry idea of utopia.