Lisa Chang Lee ARE is a multi-media artist, independent curator and lecturer based in London. Born in Beijing, China, She was offered an exam-free entry from Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing for her BA in fine art (2006-10). She obtained an MA from Print department at the Royal College of Art in London in 2014 and has gradually established herself as a young artist since then. In 2018, Lee was endorsed by Arts Council England with an Exceptional Talent visa to live and work in the UK. She is now a visiting lecturer at Central Academy of Fine Art in Beijing and the Royal College of Art in London; a council member in the Royal Society of Painter-printmakers. Lee is also the curator of Print Future Panel of International Printmaking Triennial at China Academy of Art (CAA).
Lee has exhibited her work internationally in recent years including Serenade of the Woods at the Rattles Collective London in 2019(UK); Solo Exhibition Indeterminate Loop at Ginkgo Space Beijing (2017,China); Unstable Landscape, 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), etc. Upcoming exhibitions include Moscow Biennale of Young Art 2020 (postponed); solo exhibition at Ginkgo Space Beijing 2020.
Recent prizes and awards she’s received include the nomination of Art Power 100 China (2019,China); Contemporary Art Trust Prize(2019, UK); Runner-up Prize (special mention) Collective City, Seoul Biennale (2019, South Korea); the nomination of Awards of Art China (2018,China ); Vivien Leigh Prize from the Ashmolean Museum (2018, UK); Aesthetica Art Prize shortlist (2018, UK)
Her works are in the permanent collection of Victoria and Albert Museum(UK); The Royal Collection(UK); British Museum(UK); Ashmolean Museum (UK); Metropolitan Museum(US) amongst the other institutions and private collections.