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Lee Maelzer  1964, UK

Rank (2014): 10,001 - 25,000 (detailed rank for members only)

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1964 Born in London (UK)

Lives and works in London (England) (UK)

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Public exhibitions (Selection) 48  Please report missing Information

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   Lee Maelzer - Waiting Room - Angus-Hughes gallery, London

   Lee Maelzer - Poppy Sebire , London

   Invisible Stoic - Carter&Gallagher, London
   Lee Maelzer - Invisible Stoic - Carter Presents, London

   Bounty - - Museum 52 - London, London (closed, 2010)

   Lee Maelzer - Carter&Gallagher, London
   Lee Maelzer - Carter Presents, London


to top Group shows   41

   Gifted - CHART gallery, London
   Untitled Male id. - Angus-Hughes gallery, London
   Theatrical Dynamics - Torrance Art Museum, Torrance, CA

   Plate - Herrick Gallery, London

Description and image  Mrs Darling´s Kiss - Arch 402 Gallery, London
   Painter's Mate - Angus-Hughes gallery, London
   The Recession Show - Guillochon Gallery, London

   Moving Still - Guillochon Gallery, London
Description  Sold Out - Elastic Residence, London
   Bright Lights of London Painting - Resy Muijsers Contemporay Art, Tilburg
   TAG ,From 3 to 36: New London Painting - Brown, London

   These Here United States - Master Piper, London
   A Shot In The Dark - Carter&Gallagher, London
   A Shot In The Dark - Carter Presents, London
   Borderland - Collyer Bristow Gallery, London

   Dystopia For All at The Wharf Road Project - Carter&Gallagher, London
   Fluid Foundations - Fieldgate Gallery, London
   Up Close And Personal - Sartorial Contemporary Art, London
   CARTER presents TEN at The Printspace - Carter&Gallagher, London
   Painting Room - Transition Gallery, London

Description and image  "A carry on in the house of the sub atomic comic" - Carter&Gallagher, London
   Spectre vs Rector - The Residence Gallery, London
   An Archaeology - Zabludowicz Collection London, London
   says the junk in the yard - Flowers Galleries - Kingsland Road, London
   Celeste Art Prize 2007 - Finalists Exhibition - Lyon & Turnbull, Edinburgh, Scotland
Description and image  "Fastest With The Mostest" - Carter&Gallagher, London
   Eau Sauvage II - Fieldgate Gallery, London
   Arboreal - Transition Gallery, London
   ART Futures - Bloomberg Space, London

   Houses in Motion - Fieldgate Gallery, London
   Between a rock and a hard place: the stone in art - Kenny Schachter / ROVE Projects LLP, London
   Assemblage II - - Museum 52 - London, London (closed, 2010)
   Baroque my World - Transition Gallery, London
   Eau Sauvage part I - Galerie Lucy Mackintosh, Lausanne
   Territory - The Arts Gallery - University of The Arts London, London

   real strange - Monika Bobinska (former Lounge Gallery), London
   Pencil (a drawing show) - Carter Presents, London
   Pencil (a drawing show) - Carter&Gallagher, London
   The Valley - Bloomberg Space, London

   Domesto City - Cell Project Space, London
   Through The City - The Nunnery Gallery, London


 Dealer Directory  3

United Kingdom

 Herrick Gallery, London
 Poppy Sebire , London
 Sartorial Contemporary Art, London


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United Kingdom

 Zabludowicz Collection London, London


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