Pryce Lee (1975) lives and works between New York City, US and Birmingham, UK. His work explores the space that exists between real events, social commentary and personal experience.
In working with a variety of techniques and media he focuses on both individual pieces as well as large-scale installations that examine the complicated relationships between beauty, violence, life and death.
Motion plays a key role in Lee’s work as it summons the experience that something did, or something is just about to, happen. Through raising questions in his work Pryce Lee instinctively incites the viewer to interpret and read his interventions on their own terms, and by using specific visual techniques invites them to contemplate their own position within the open narratives he offers.
With a continuing run of acclaimed shows Pryce Lee has established himself as “one to watch” on both sides of the Atlantic. Recent solo shows include Single Shot New York, Fish in a Barrel Mexico City and What LIES Beneath Turin. Lee has also exhibited in numerous group exhibitions internationally, including New York City, London, Miami and Mexico. Pryce Lee continues to carve a name for himself with his distinctive, unique work.