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'Votive (Threshold)', 2016 Oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 163 x1 20cm
'Nativity (Ode to R.B. Kitaj)' (2017), Oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 145 x 190cm
‘This Earthen Tent’ (2017), Oil and Synthetic Polymer on Canvas, 190 x 145cm
‘Our Song In The Night (For L.J)’ (2017), Oil and Synthetic Polymer on Canvas, 190 x 145cm
‘These Days Foretold’ (2015), Oil and Synthetic Polymer on Canvas, 187 x 252cm
'Votive (After Tilman)', 2016 Oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 163 x 120cm
'Votive (After Vuillard)', 2016, Oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 163 x 120cm
'Votive (Blue Altar)', 2016 Oil and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 150 x 112cm
Adam Lee works from his studio in the hills of the Macedon Ranges, Victoria, and he works mostly with traditional painting and drawing materials. His work references a wide range of sources including historical and colonial photography, biblical narratives, natural history and contemporary music, film and literature to investigate aspects of the human condition in relation to ideas of temporal and supernatural worlds.


ADAM LEE (b. 1979, Melbourne, Australia) lives and works in Macedon Ranges, Victoria, Australia. He studied a PhD from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology between 2008 and 2015, and graduated with a Masters by Research and Bachelor of Fine Art from the same university in 2006 and 2002 respectively. Solo exhibitions include: ‘Lament Asunder (All is Dark is Midnight to Me)’, STATION, Melbourne (2017); ‘Of a Great and Might Shadow’, Angell Gallery, Toronto (2016); and ‘Eden. Exile. Babel’, STATION, Melbourne (2015). Group exhibitions include: ‘I Heart Painting 2’, Angell Gallery, Toronto (2015); ‘In the Dust of This Planet’ Station, Melbourne (2014); and ‘Art Stage Singapore (with Karen Black), Tristan Koenig Gallery, Singapore (2012). Lee has been shortlisted for numerous awards including the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize 2014, The Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize 2014, and The Churchie National Emerging Artist Award 2012. Lee’s first group showing with BEERS London was in ‘The Fantasy of Representation’, London (2015). His solo exhibitions at BEERS London include ‘A Long Obedience’, London (2015), and ‘This Earthen Tent’, London (2017). 

 

Adam Lee works from his studio in the hills of the Macedon Ranges, Victoria, and he works mostly with traditional painting and drawing materials. His work references a wide range of sources including historical and colonial photography, biblical narratives, natural history and contemporary music, film and literature to investigate aspects of the human condition in relation to ideas of temporal and supernatural worlds.


ADAM LEE (b. 1979, Melbourne, Australia) lives and works in Macedon Ranges, Victoria, Australia. He studied a PhD from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology between 2008 and 2015, and graduated with a Masters by Research and Bachelor of Fine Art from the same university in 2006 and 2002 respectively. Solo exhibitions include: ‘Lament Asunder (All is Dark is Midnight to Me)’, STATION, Melbourne (2017); ‘Of a Great and Might Shadow’, Angell Gallery, Toronto (2016); and ‘Eden. Exile. Babel’, STATION, Melbourne (2015). Group exhibitions include: ‘I Heart Painting 2’, Angell Gallery, Toronto (2015); ‘In the Dust of This Planet’ Station, Melbourne (2014); and ‘Art Stage Singapore (with Karen Black), Tristan Koenig Gallery, Singapore (2012). Lee has been shortlisted for numerous awards including the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize 2014, The Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize 2014, and The Churchie National Emerging Artist Award 2012. Lee’s first group showing with BEERS London was in ‘The Fantasy of Representation’, London (2015). His solo exhibitions at BEERS London include ‘A Long Obedience’, London (2015), and ‘This Earthen Tent’, London (2017).