Born in 1978, Hong Kong, Lee Kit now lives and works in Hong Kong. His solos have been internationally presented, including Henry (2011) at Weston Front, Vancouver; Hands (2010) at MiArt 2009, Milan; ‘Well, that’s just a chill.’ (2010) at ShugoArts, Tokyo; I’m missing someone but I don’t know who is that someone (2009), Seoul; Remains from several days (2008), Mori Gallery (Sydney); (Ready-made) Everyday (2008), Enjoy Public Art Gallery (New Zealand). He received Cheung’s Fine Arts Award (painting), The Art of CUHK2003. Lee’s work has been presented in the Tate Modern, London (2010) and the 3th Guangzhou Triennial (2008).
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