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Do You See What I See (Banana and Rose), 2014, steel, chrome, plastic, platinum rose, alpaca fur, edition of 3, 2 pedestals each 16 x 16 x 57 in.
Do You See What I See (Banana and Rose), 2014, steel, chrome, plastic, platinum rose, alpaca fur, edition of 3, 2 pedestals each 16 x 16 x 57 in.
Decorative Fruit, #1, 2014, archival pigment print, acrylic paint, 12 3/4 x 9 in.
Decorative Fruit, #1, 2014, archival pigment print, acrylic paint, 12 3/4 x 9 in.
It Usually Stands Alone (Bananas), 2014, aluminum, plastic, chrome, fox fur, steel, powder coat, edition of 3, 29 1/4 x 16 1/8 x 14 1/2 in.
It Usually Stands Alone (Bananas), 2014, aluminum, plastic, chrome, fox fur, steel, powder coat, edition of 3, 29 1/4 x 16 1/8 x 14 1/2 in.
This is what I expected, 2017, polished stainless steel, edition of 3, 15 3/4 x 18 7/8 x 12 1/8 in.
This is what I expected, 2017, polished stainless steel, edition of 3, 15 3/4 x 18 7/8 x 12 1/8 in.
It Usually Stands Alone (Roses), 2014, aluminum, platinum roses, chrome, fox fur powder coat chair, edition of 3, 29 1/4 x 16 1/8 x 14 1/2 in.
It Usually Stands Alone (Roses), 2014, aluminum, platinum roses, chrome, fox fur powder coat chair, edition of 3, 29 1/4 x 16 1/8 x 14 1/2 in.
Flower Arrangement, #5, 2014, archival pigment print, acrylic paint, 12 3/4 x 9 in.
Flower Arrangement, #5, 2014, archival pigment print, acrylic paint, 12 3/4 x 9 in.
W.D.U.T.U.R. #5.1, 2016, dye sublimation photograph and acrylic paint, 28 x 42 in.
W.D.U.T.U.R. #5.1, 2016, dye sublimation photograph and acrylic paint, 28 x 42 in.
W.D.U.T.U.R. #2.1, 2016, dye sublimation photograph and acrylic paint, 28 x 42 in.
W.D.U.T.U.R. #2.1, 2016, dye sublimation photograph and acrylic paint, 28 x 42 in.

Born 1980

 

The artist lives and works in New York, NY

 

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Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

 

2018 –

Shouting in a Bucket Blues, The Green Gallery, Milwaukee, WI

…banana in your tailpipe, Marlborough Contemporary, London, U.K.

 

2017 –

...banana in my tailpipe, Misako & Rosen Gallery, Tokyo, Japan

 

2016 –

It’s not that I’m not taking (this) seriously, Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, NY

Having It Both Ways, The Window at Barneys, New York, NY

Duddell’s x DMA: Concentrations HK: Margaret Lee, curated by Gabriel Ritter, Duddell’s, Hong Kong, China

de, da, do...da, Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

 

2015 -

You Can Teach an Old Zebra New Tricks, Hannah Hoff­man Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

 

2014 -

Reading into Things, Team Bungalow, Venice, CA

Sometimes Maybe, The Green Gallery, Oak Park, Chicago, IL

Closer to wrong than right/closer to right than wrong, Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, NY

 

2013 –

Für die Kinder Düsseldorfs, with Emily Sundblad, Off Vendome, Düsseldorf, Germany

 

2012 –

MHML: Margaret Lee and Matthew Higgs, The Green Gallery East, Milwaukee, WI

MLMH: Margaret Lee and Matthew Higgs, Murray Guy, New York, NY

 

2011 –

Waiting for ####, Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, NY

 

2010 –

Hello, I’m on Vacation, Callicoon Fine Arts, New York, NY

 

 

Group Exhibitions

 

2017 –

Oomingmak, Capital Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Attics of My Life, Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, NY

Sea Sick in Paradise, DEPART Foundation, Los Angeles, CA

 

2016 –

Her Crowd: New Art by Women from Our Neighbors’ Private Collections, Bruce Museum, Greenwich, CT

Caza, curated by Sofía Hernández Chong Cuy, Bronx Museum, New York, NY

Lost For Words, Murray Guy, New York, NY

In the Making, Luxembourg & Dayan, New York, NY

 

2015 –

NO MAN’S LAND: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection, Rubell Family

Collection, Miami, FL

All Watched Over, curated by Tina Kukielski, James Cohan Gallery, New York, NY

Tableaux,Kai Matsumiya Gallery, New York, NY

Kitchen Show, Pot au Fou, curated by Amy Yao, Troedsson Villa, Nikko, Japan

Living Rooms, curated by Josh Kline, Old Room, New York, NY

Eagles II, Marlborough Gallery, Madrid, Spain

 

2014 –

Food for Thought, Hewitt Gallery of Art, New York, NY

Artadia’s 15th Anniversary, curated by Gianni Jetzer, Longhouse Projects, New York, NY

What Is, Isn’t, Alan Koppel Gallery, Chicago, IL

Rockaway!,organized by Klaus Biesenbach, Ft. Tilden and Rockaway Beach, NY

DISPLAYED, curated by Matthew Higgs, Anton Kern Gallery, New York, NY

Made in LA 2014, Public Fiction, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, CA

Eric’s Trip, curated by Cynthia Daignault and Mark Loiacono, Lisa Cooley, New York, NY

Sunbathers 2, 1857, Oslo, Norway

Samsonite,SWG3, Glasgow, U.K.

 

2013 –

The Time Machine, curated by cura magazine, Frutta Gallery, Rome, Italy

12th Biennale de Lyon, Lyon, France

Parasitic Gaps, curated by Miriam Katzeff, Team Gallery, New York, NY

Yes I Will Yes, American Contemporary, New York, NY

MHMMML: Matthew Higgs, Marlon Mullen, Margaret Lee, China Art Objects, Los Angeles, CA

Out of Memory, curated by Eleanor Carye, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, NY

Permutations 03.2: Re-Place, P!, New York, NY

At Table and in Bed, Andreas Melas & Helena Papadopoulos, Athens, Greece

New Pictures of Common Objects, curated by Christopher Lew, MoMA PS1, New York, NY

 

2012 –

Should’ve Heard Just What I Seen, curated by Kelly Taxter, Riverview School, East Sandwich, MA

Bulletin Boards, curated by Matthew Higgs, Venus over Manhattan, New York, NY

Context Message, Zach Feuer, New York, NY

It’s Hardly Softcore, curated by Janus Høm and Mikkel Carl, BKS Garage, Copenhagen, Denmark

 

2011 –

Looking Back, White Columns, New York, NY

December, organized by Howie Chen, Mitchell Innes and Nash, New York, NY

Historia Mysteria, Renwick, New York, NY

I don’t know if it makes any sense – I feel quite dizzy and a little drunk due to the blow. I will return with more info shortly..., IMO Projects, Copenhagen, Denmark

Drawings, Drawings, Photographs, Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York, NY

 

2010 –

Amnesia, curated by Rebecca Cleman and Josh Kline (EAI), Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, NY

179 Canal/Anyways, organized by Margaret Lee, White Columns, New York, NY Home and Orgin, curated by Rodrigo Mallea Lira, Bukowskis, Stockhom, Sweden

This Is It, curated by Mari Spirito, Yama, Istanbul, Turkey

HOW DO YOU DO, organized by Margaret Lee, NOMA Gallery, San Francisco, CA

Is a Rusted Petticoat Enough to Bring it Down to Earth?, Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, NY

White Room Project, with Michele Abeles and Darren Bader, White Columns, New York, NY

 

2009 –

Betteraves Club, 179 Canal, New York, NY

Six Shouldering Another, Mike Rollins Fine Art, New York, NY

Today and Everyday, organized by Margaret Lee, X Initiative, New York, NY VegetablesforBreakfast,curatedbyAntoineCatala,MountainFoldGallery,NewYork, NY

Subverted Genres, curated by Gabriela Galati and Rebecca Mirsky, Sue Scott Gallery, New York, NY

Nobodies New York, organized by Josh Kline, 179 Canal Street, New York, NY

 

2008 –

Swapmeet, organized by Amy and Wendy YaoHigh Desert Test Sites, Joshua Tree, CA

 

 

Curatorial Projects

 

2011 –

Foot to Foot, Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia

HOW DO YOU DO, NOMA Gallery, San Francisco, CA

 

2010 –

179 Canal / Anyways, organized by Margaret Lee, White Columns, New York, NY

 

2009 –

179 Canal, New York, NY

Today and Everyday, X Initiative, New York, NY

 

 

Public Projects

 

2009 –

This Is It,curated by Mari Spirito, Yama, Istanbul, Turkey

 

2005 –

Emerging Artists Fellowship, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, NY

 

 

Performances

 

2010 –

Buddies with Gregory Edwards, Apartment Show (Television City Dreams),7 November, Brooklyn, NY

 

 

2009 –

Betteraves Clubwith Emily Sundblad, Performa 09, 179 Canal, 9 November, New York, NY

 

 

Awards

 

2010 –

Artadia, selected by Peter Eleey and Beatrix Ruf, NADA Miami Beach, FL

 

 

Publications

 

2017 –

“Snapping in Chinatown,” Affidavit.

 

2013 –

“Corrected Slogans: Reading and Writing Conceptualism,” Triple Canopy.

“You Should’ve Hear Just What I Seen.”

 

2012 –

Bomb Summer.

“47 Canal Wants to Share ‘Lee’ with You,” Tank Magazine, volume 7, issue 4.

Performa 09 – Back to Futurism.

“How to Download a Boyfriend, with Antoine Catala,” Badlands Unlimited.

 

2011 –

Waiting For ###, exh. cat.

 

2010 –

The X-Initiative Yearbook.

 

2009 –

“Today and Everyday,” Used Future 45. Zing Magazine, issue 21.

 

 

Bibliography

 

2016 –

N. Knuckles. “What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week, Caza.” New York Times. 8 September.

K. Rosenberg, “Critics’ Pick, New York, Caza.” Artforum. September.

“Editors’ Picks: 10 Art Events to See in New York This Week.” artnet news. 11 July.

A. Cohen. “Barneys Windows Get Displays Worthy of an Artist.” The Creators Project. 7 July.

“Duddell’s x DMA: Concentrations HK - Margaret Lee.” HK Magazine. 21 June.

Robb Report, p. 9-10. May.

S. Spencer, “Artist Margaret Lee Dishes on Designing Barneys Shop Windows”, Blouin Art Info UK, 17 May.

K. Heinzinger, “Artist Margaret Lee Designs Windows for Barneys New York”, Fashion Week Daily, 9 May.

S. Spellings, “Barneys New York’s New Store Windows Are Domestic Life on Acid”, NY Mag, 10 May.

A. Deutsch, “Artist Margaret Lee Creates Custom Windows For Madison And Downtown Flagships”, The Window, 9 May.

H. Moss, “In the Conceptual Kitchen With Barneys and Margaret Lee”, New York Times. 5 May.

International New York Times T Magazine China, 3 May.

Noblesse (wechat), 26 April.

Cheif Executie China (online & wechat), 20 April.

S. Carter, “Concentrations East”, Patron, April/May Issue, p. 68-70. “Duddell’s”, South China Morning Post, 7 April, C9.

“Margaret Lee”, Hong Kong Commercial, 5 April, B6.

Art Collection & Design, April, Cover, p. 34-35.

Noblesse, April, C9.

S. Leese, “Critic’s Pick: Margaret Lee”, Artforum. Guangdong TV (broadcast), 31 March.

Artron (online), 30 March.

S. Leese, “Hong Kong”, Artforum (online), 30 March.

Y. Tsang, “Waterfront Wonder: Highlights from Art Basel Hong Kong 2016”, Hypebeast (online), 29 March.

C. Wall, “Waterfront Wonder: Highlights from Art Basel Hong Kong 2016”, Whitewall (online), 28 March.

A. Forbes, “Art Basel in Hong Kong Shows the Art Market What it Can Learn from the Chinese Economy”, Artsy (online), 25 March.

“On the Move/Private Arts”, Money Magazine (broadcast), 25 March.

N. Walsh, “Art Basel Hong Kong: Travel Guide”, PatchWork Compass (online), 24 March.

“In Conversation With Alan Lo”, Indesignlive Hong Kong (online), 24 March.

C. Shaw, “Waterfront Wonder: Highlights from Art Basel Hong Kong 2016”, Wallpaper (online), 24 March.

N. Walsh, “A Travel Guide to Art Basel Hong Kong”, Robb Report (online), March. “These 20 Cultural Luminaries Helped Hong Kong Asia’s Art World Capital”, Artsy (on- line), 22 March.

C. Barlow, “Duddell’s x The Outnet’s Luncheon”, Asia Tatler (online), 22 March.

T. Shek, “Why so Serious”, Harpers Bazaar Hong Kong, March Issue, p. 44-47.

S. Gulp, Kaleidoscope Asia, March Issue, p. 42-43

“The Monthly Insider”, Mandarin Oriental Magazine (online), March. “Hong Kong’s Art Week in 24 Hours”, Artling (online), March.

F. Arnold, “Your Guide to Hong Kong’s Museums, Galleries, and Alternative Spaces”,

Artsy (online), 16 March.

M. Sheckells, “Filmart: 7 Things to See and Do During the Hong Kong Film Festival” The Hollywood Reporter (Online), 14 March.

“Duddell’s x DMA: Concentrations HK - Margaret Lee” HK Magazine (Online), March.

HK01, 11 March, C06, C17.

On.cc (Online), 12 March.

“Interview: Alan Lo on Duddell’s”, Blouinartinfo (Online), 16 March. Newsletter, Blouinartinfo, 17 March.

Sing Tao Daily, 24 March, P3.

D. Jingwen Wee, “Interview: Alan Lo on Duddell’s” & “Margaret Lee Exhibition at Duddell’s”, Blouin Artinfo, 16 Mar.

“Margaret Lee in Conversation with Dennis Freedman”, GARAGE Magazine, Issue no. 10, p. 198-203.

“Concentrations HK: Margaret Lee”, Harper’s Bazaar (online), February.

H. Ghorashi, “Dallas Museum of Art Plans Margaret Lee Exhibition in Hong Kong”, Art- news, 13 Jan.

C. Leitzes. “Women in Art.” Elle Magazine, p. 302. December.

B. Powers. “I Joke That Art Comes From That Place When You Touch Your Belly Button: A Talk With Margaret Lee.” Artnews. 23 July.

 

2015 –

A.M. Goldstein. “Margaret Lee on the Unlikely Rise of 47 Canal, Her Artist-Run Gallery.” Artspace. 5 June.

A.M. Goldstein. “Artist Margaret Lee on Finding Delicious Subversion in the Produce Aisle.” Artspace. 29 May.

B. Chamberlain. “Margaret Lee: Jack Hanley Gallery.” Artforum. May.

C. Barliant. “Margaret Lee: Jack Hanley.” Art in America. May.

Watson. “On the Sunny Lower East Side.” Huffington Post. 15 March.

Gentles. “New York–Margaret Lee: Closer to right than wrong/ Closer to wrong than right at Jack Hanley Gallery.” Art Observed. 8 March.

J. Saltz. “See This Art.” New York Magazine. 24 February.

M.S. Goodman. “The Week’s Lookout.” Art in America. 20 February.

C. Bollen. “Margaret Lee.” Interview Magazine, p. 50. February.

 

2013 –

A. Catala. “Artist’s Favourites.” Spike, no. 38. Winter.

P.P. Pancotto. “The Time Machine (The Survivors).” Artforum. 20 December.

C. Halpern. “Daily Servings; the art world’s food pyramid.” Modern Painters. October.

C. Fiske. “Parasitic Gaps.” Artforum. 14 September.

A. Gregory. “One-Woman Show.” New York Times Magazine, p. M2172. 25 August.

J. Griffin. “MHMMML.” Frieze no. 156, p. 238. June-August.

G. Harris. “47 Canal.” Interview Magazine. 2 January.

 

2012 –

“24 Artists to Watch in 2013.” Modern Painters. December.

A, Russeth. “Artadia NADA Award to Margaret Lee.” GalleristNY. 6 December.

A. Russeth. “It’s the 50th Anniversary of Walter Hopps’s ‘New Painting of Common Objects.’” GalleristNY. 25 September.

A. Russeth. “The Season Begins: Scrappy Expansion, Autopilot Art and a New Avant-Garde.” GalleristNY. 11 September.

A. Russeth. “The Boys (and Girls) of Summer: ‘Context Message’ at Zach Feuer and ‘Side Show’ at Greene Naftali.” GalleristNY. 31 July.

A. Russeth. “Venus Over Manhattan Plans ‘Bulletin Board’ Show.” GalleristNY. 11 July.

R. Smith. “Art in Review.” The New York Times. 28 June.

A. Scott. “How to Download a Boyfriend.” New Yorker. 25 June.

R. Smith. “Art in Review.” The New York Times. 9 February.

“Going on About Town, Looking Back.” The New Yorker. 23 January.

 

2011 –

N. Weist, Nicholas, “The Dealer and Her Fake Watermelons,” Art in America, Novem- ber.

K. Rosenberg, “Rising and Regrouping on Lower East Side,” The New York Times, 21 April.

Y. Wallin. “Turning Profit.” Art in America. 8 April.

 

2010 –

A.S. Pundyk. “179 Canal/Anyways.” The Brooklyn Rail. 10 December.

C. Chamberlain. “Critics’ Pick.” Artforum. 18 November.

Z. Kitnick. “Not So Autonomous.” Idiom. 10 November.

Y. Wallin. “Fresh Air Fair.” Interview Magazine. 19 July.

C. Chamberlain. “Critics’ Picks: 179 Canal/Anyways.” Artforum. 18 November.

Gartenfeld. “Malls for America: Devon Dikeou at 179 Canal.” Interview Magazine. 19 May.

T.J. Carlin. “Gallerist Guide.” Time Out New York, Issue 754. March.

S. Lehrer-Graiwer. “Critics’ Picks: Darren Bader.” Artforum. 26 February.

D. Dikeo. “Zing Chat.” February.

H. Cotter. “Art In Review.” The New York Times. 18 February.

 

2009 –

R. Smith. “Unspooling Time Loops.” The New York Times. 7 August.

M. Cook. “Haberdashery Anyone?” Art 21 Blog. 5 June.

 

 

Museum and Public Collections

 

Astrup Fearnley Museum of Modern Art, Oslo, Norway

Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX

Dikeou Collection, Denver, CO

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY