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Lisa Chang Lee


Lisa Chang Lee, Extra Ordinary No.1-10. 2021. Bronze sculptures of London Plane leaves placed on a plinth.

Bronze, Hand-painted. Courtesy of the artist.

Lisa Chang Lee is a London and Beijing-based artist and lecturer. After completing a Bachelor's degree in Fine Art from the Central Academy of Fine Art Beijing in 2010, she obtained an MA in Print from the Royal College of Art in London in 2014. She is now an Associate Lecturer at the Royal College of Art Photography and a Visiting Lecturer of MA Art and Science at Central Saint Martins, UAL. Lisa Chang Lee's work explores the complex relationship between nature and culture, as well as our intrinsic connection with the natural world. Lisa Chang Lee works fluidly across mediums and often engages in multidisciplinary collaborations.


In recent years, Lisa Chang Lee has exhibited her work internationally, including at M100 Contemporary Art Centre (2018, Chile); Seoul Biennale (2019, Korea); York Art Gallery (2018, UK); Shenzhen/HK Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture (2017, China), among others. She has also presented several solo exhibitions and experimental projects at Ginkgo Space (Beijing), San Mei Gallery (London), and Enclave (London). Recent prizes and awards she has received include the nomination for Art Power 100 China (2019, China); Contemporary Art Trust Prize (2019, UK); Runner-up Prize (special mention) for Collective City, Seoul Biennale (2019, Korea); the nomination for Awards of Art China (2018, China); Vivien Leigh Prize from the Ashmolean Museum (2018, UK); and Aesthetica Art Prize shortlist (2018, UK). Her work is included in the permanent collections of institutions such as the Victoria and Albert Museum (UK), The Royal Collection (UK), the British Museum (UK), the Ashmolean Museum (UK), and the Metropolitan Museum Library (US).


Past Exhibition

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