Margaret Lee

Margaret Lee

Margaret Lee

Two Bananas, chain and a rose, 2014
Milo-Baughman pedestal, Dear Charlie Banana Tree, plaster, acrylic paint, chain, glass rose

b. 1980 Bronx, New York
Lives and works in New York, New York

Solo and Two Person Exhibitions

2014
CLOSER TO RIGHT THAN WRONG/ CLOSER TO WRONG THAN RIGH, Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, NY

2013
Für die Kinder Düsseldorfs, with Emily Sundblad, Off Vendome, Düsseldorf, DE
MHMMML, with Matthew Higgs and Marlon Mullen, International Art Objects, LA, CA
MLMH, with Matthew Higgs, Murray Guy, New York, NY

2012
MHML, Matthew Higgs/Margaret Lee, The Green Gallery, Milwaukee, WI

2011
Waiting for ####, Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, NY

2010
Hello, I’m on Vacation, Callicoon Fine Arts, Callicoon, NY
White Room Project, White Columns, New York, NY    

Selected Group Exhibitions

2013
12th Biennale de Lyon, France
Out of Memory, curated by Eleanor Cayre, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, NY
At Table and in Bed, Andreas Melas & Helena Papadopoulos, Athens, Greece

2012
New Pictures of Common Objects, curated by Christopher Lew, MoMA PS1, New York, NY
You Should’ve Heard Just What I Seen, curated by Kelly Taxter, Riverview School, East Sandwich, MA
Context Message, curated by Tyler Dobson and Ben Morgan-Cleveland, Zach Feuer, New York, NY
Bulletin Board, curated by Matthew Higgs, Venus Over Manhattan, New York, NY
It’s Hardly Softcore, curated by Janus Høm and Mikkel Carl, BKS Garage, Copenhagen, Denmark

2011
Looking Back/ The 6th White Columns Annual, selected by Ken Okiishi and Nick Mauss, White Columns, New York, NY
December, curated by Howie Chen, Mitchell-Innes & Nash, New York, NY
Historia Mysteria, Renwick Gallery, 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, curated by Howie Chen & Tim Saltarelli (Dispatch, NY), IMO, Copenhagen
Drawings, Drawings, Photographs, Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York, NY

2010
Home and Origin, curated by Rodrigo Mallea Lira, Bukowskis, Stockholm, Sweden
Is a Rusted Petticoat Enough to Bring it Down to Earth, curated by Amy Yao, Jack Hanely Gallery, New York, NY
Exposure, ICO Gallery, New York, NY

2009
Six Shouldering Another, curated by Liam Everett, Mike Rollins Fine Art, New York, NY
Vegetables for Breakfast, curated by Antoine Catala, Mountain Fold Gallery, New York, NY
Today and Everyday, organized by Margaret Lee, X-Initiative, New York, NY
Nobodies New York, organized by Josh Kline, 179 Canal, New York, NY

2008
Swapmeet, High Desert Test Sites, organized by Amy and Wendy Yao, Joshua Tree, CA
Why Aye Man, Margaret Lee and Erik Blinderman, Souterrain, Berlin, Germany

Curatorial Projects

2011
Foot to Foot, Regina Gallery
HOW DO YOU DO, NOMA Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Academics, Paint Creek Center for the Arts, Rochester Hills, MI

2010
179 Canal / Anyways, organized by Margaret Lee, White Columns, New York, NY

2009
179 Canal, New York, New York
Today and Everyday, X Initiative, New York, NY

Performances

2010
Buddies with Gregory Edwards, Apartment Show (Television City Dreams), Brooklyn, NY

2009
Beetraves Club with Emily Sunblad, Performa 09, 179 Canal, New York, NY

Selected Bibliography

2013
Griffin, Jonathan, “MHMMML”, Frieze 156
Lew, Christopher Y., “Swiping at Pictures”, aperture, March

2012
Modern Painters, “24 Artists to Watch”, December
Russeth, Andrew, “It’s the 50th Anniversary of Walter Hopp’s…”, Gallerist NY, September 14
Russeth, Andrew, “The Season Begins:…”, Gallerist NY, September 11
Archey, Karen, Spike Autumn 2012
Russeth, Andrew, The Boys (and Girls) of Summer:…”, Gallerist NY, July 31
Smith, Roberta, “Like Watching Paint Thrive”, The New York Times, June 28
Scott, Andrea K., “How to Download a Boyfriend”, Thew New Yorker.com, June 25
Wilson, Michael, “Looking Back”, Artforum, April
Smith, Roberta, “Looking Back”, The New York Times, February 9
Going on About Town, “Looking Back”, The New Yorker, January 23

2011
Weist, Nicholas, “The Dealer and Her Fake Watermelons”, Art in America online, November
Rosenberg, Karen, “Rising and Regrouping on Lower East Side”, The New York Times, April 21
Wallin, Yasha, “Turning Profit”, Art in America online, April 8

2010
Sherwood Pundyk, Anne, “179 Canal/Anyways”, The Brooklyn Rail, December 10
Chamberlain, Colby, Critics’ Pick, Artforum.com, November 18
Kitnick, Zak, “Not So Autonomous”, Idiom, November 10
Wallin, Yasha, “Fresh Air Fair”, Interview Magazine Blog, July 19
Chamberlain, Colby, Critics’ Picks: 179 Canal/Anyways, Artforum.com, November 18
Gartenfeld, Alex, “Malls for America: Devon Dikeou at 179 Canal”, Interview Magazine Blog, May 19
Carlin, T.J., Gallerist Guide, Time Out New York, Issue 754, March 11 – 17
Lehrer-Graiwer, Sarah, Critics’ Picks: Darren Bader, Artforum.com, February 26
Dikeou, Devon, Zing Chat, February
Holland, Cotter, Art In Review, The New York Times, February 18

2009
Smith, Roberta, “Unspooling Time Loops”, The New York Times, August 7
Cook, Mary, “Haberdashery Anyone?”, Art 21 Blog, June 5

2006
Johnson, Ken, “It’s a Beautiful Day”, The New York Times, February 10

2004
Cotter, Holland, “Sadie Hawkins Dance”, The New York Times, June 25

Publications

2013
Corrected Slogans: Reading and Writing Conceptualism
, Triple Canopy
You Should’ve Hear Just What I Seen, 2013
Bomb Summer

2012
How to Download a Boyfriend, Badlands Press
Draw it with your eyes closed: the art of the art assignment, Paper Monument
Tank Magazine, Issue 54, 2012
Performa 09 – Back to Futurism, 2012
The X-Initiative Yearbook, 2010
Today and Everyday, Used Future 45, 2009
Zing Magazine, Issue 21, 2007

Awards

2012
Artadia NADA Award