Exhibitions

Past
Image: Claudio Parmiggiani
London  16 June - 25 September 2021

Claudio Parmiggiani

Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of Italian artist Claudio Parmiggiani in London.

For the past 40 years Parmiggiani has concentrated his practice on themes of memory, absence and silence, in his search for an image, object or assemblage that transcends time and individual experience to evoke a universal, existen- tial truth.

Image: Werner Büttner: No Scene from My Studio
London  13 May - 10 June 2021

Werner Büttner: No Scene from My Studio

Simon Lee Gallery is proud to present No Scene from My Studio, an exhibition of new and recent works by artist Werner Büttner. This is the artist’s debut exhibition with the gallery, coming ahead of a major retrospective spanning his career since the early 80s at the Hamburger Kunsthalle, Germany later this year.

Image: Mika Tajima: Regulation
London  12 April - 8 May 2021

Mika Tajima: Regulation

Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition by New York-based conceptual artist Mika Tajima. For her debut solo exhibition in the UK, Tajima presents new paintings, textile works, and sculptures that focus on psychic and bodily energy under the regulation of technocapitalism. 

Image: Dexter Dalwood: Collages 1999 – 2011
London  12 April - 8 May 2021

Dexter Dalwood: Collages 1999 – 2011

Simon Lee Gallery is proud to present an exhibition of Dexter Dalwood’s collage studies. These works have only been shown once previously in the UK as part of Dalwood’s 2010 exhibition at Tate St. Ives, which later travelled to FRAC Champagne – Ardenne and CAC Malaga.

Image: Jim Shaw: Hope Against Hope
London  20 October 2020 - 16 January 2021

Jim Shaw: Hope Against Hope

Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Jim Shaw, his first at the London gallery since 2016.  As the United States prepares for its upcoming Presidential election, Shaw is more analytical and daring than ever before in his satirical depictions and social commentary.