Upcoming: ‚Antinomies‘ – Leelee Chan @ Klemm’s
We are looking forward to opening Leelee Chan’s first solo exhibition at Klemm’s, Antin0mies will open on SEP 16, 2022, from 6 to 9 PM, parallel to the Berlin Art Week.
The production for the exhibition is currently being finished and we are thrilled to see the works being slowly unveiled. Some new artworks are currently being put together by local artisans, in close collaboration with Leelee Chan.
We cannot wait to be sharing those with you on SEP 16, in the meantime, here are some behind the scenes pictures.
Leelee Chan was also recently awarded the BMW Art Journey, a program developed by Art Basel and BMW, allowing an artist to travel almost anywhere in the world – to research, to network, to envision and create new work.
Kristina Foster wrote on Leelee Chan’s award for the Financial Time, you can read the article here.
We are looking forward to sharing some more behind the scenes snapshots in the coming weeks, ahead of Chan’s opening on SEP 16!
Leelee Chan (b. 1984) lives and works in Hong Kong. Chan received her MFA in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design, in 2009, and her BFA from the School of Art Institute of Chicago, in 2006. In 2020, Chan was the recipient of the ninth BMW Art Journey. Previous solo representations include: Pallet in Repose (Resurfacer), Discoveries, Art Basel Hong Kong (presented by Capsule Shanghai) (2021); and Core Sample, Capsule Shanghai, Shanghai (2019). Her selected exhibitions include Poetic Heritage in Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong (2021); Liquid Ground in Para Site, Hong Kong (2021); KölnSkulptur #10 in Skulpturen Park Köln, Cologne (2020); How Do We Begin: X Museum Triennial 1st Edition in X Museum, Beijing (2020); Holy Mosses in Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong (2019); Notes from Pallet Town in Ullens Center for Contemporary Arts Dunes, Beidaihe (2019); Hysteresis in Downs & Ross, New York (2019); Scaffolds of Meaning in Mine Project, Hong Kong (2019); Rehearsal in Tai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong (2018). Chan’s work can be found in the permanent collections of M+, Hong Kong; Skulpturen Park Köln, Cologne; J. P. Morgan Chase Art Collection, Hong Kong and Kadist Art Foundation, Paris/San Francisco. Her work has been featured in Frieze, Artforum, Mousse Magazine, Art Asia Pacific, the Financial Times, and Ocula, among others.