Jack Hanley Gallery
327 Broome St
New York, NY 10002
February 12 – March 9
Jack Hanley Gallery presents an exhibition on American installation artist Margaret Lee. “In finding the balance between one’s true desires and realizable good taste – displays of self control can take you very far. Inspiration can be found in the unexpected so keep an open mind. Don’t be afraid to borrow and steal as long as you make it your own.”
“Closer to right than wrong / closer to wrong than right… Either way, this one is for me but also for you.”
Margaret Lee (b. 1980) lives and works in New York. Lee has exhibited work and organized exhibitions at numerous venues including; Off Vendome, Dusseldorf; China Art Objects, Los Angeles; Murray Guy, New York; Journal, Brooklyn; Frutta Gallery, Rome; Team Gallery, New York; Marianne Boesky, New York; P!, New York; White Columns, New York; X-Initiative; MoMA PS1, LIC and the 12th Lyon Biennale amongst others. Lee founded the artist run space 179 Canal in 2009 and is currently partner in the gallery 47 Canal. This is the artist’s second show at the gallery.
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