Huang Ran, Blithe Tragedy, 2010
Courtesy of the artist; Long March Space, Beijing and Simon Lee Gallery, London/Hong Kong
From KALEIDOSCOPE ASIA Issue 2 (Fall/Winter 2015)
- Jeff Elrod at Simon Lee gallery
DAIDO MORIYAMA: SILKSCREENS
George Condo at Simon Lee Gallery.
Heimo Zobernig, Untitled, 2011
Courtesy of the artist; Meyer Kainer, Vienna; Simon Lee Gallery, London; Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris; and Friedrich Petzel Gallery, New York
From KALEIDOSCOPE Issue 17 (Winter 2012/13)
Angela Bulloch @ Simon Lee gallery. Colorful lighted displays made from corian cubes and a large LED installation on black felt.
Luciano Fabro, 2017
@ Simon Lee Gallery London
Mel Bochner, I’ve Had It Up To Here. Etching and aquatint, 2013 © Mel Bochner. Courtesy of the artist and Simon Lee Gallery.
Claudio Parmiggiani at Simon Lee Gallery.
BERNARD FRIZE simon lee gallery
The artist Jim Shaw is a connoisseur of eccentricities. Along with the artist Mike Kelley, he initiated the punkification of contemporary art, and his New Museum retrospective is jam-packed with freaky works.
Read more of Peter Schjeldahl’s review in this week’s issue.
Courtesy Jim Shaw and Simon Lee Gallery, London and Hong Kong
ANGELA BULLOCH, Blue Wine Stack, 2016 Stack of six irregular rhombus, MDF painted Light Blue, Grey Green and Deep Red 180 x 30 x 45 cm Image courtesy of Simon Lee Gallery
2015 Contemporary Locus 7 in Bergamo, Italy. Curated by Paola Tognon
site specific works in abandoned Italian sites
a-beautifulchaos:Michelangelo Pistoletto, ‘Lavoro - rotoli di passacavi,’ 2008-2011, Simon Lee Gallery
George Condo’s “Altered States”
George Condo - Headspace Simon-Lee Gallery