Pryce Lee (b. 1975, lives and works between New York, NY and Birmingham, UK.) Pryce Lee’s work interchanges between social commentary, personal experience and actual events. Lee experiments with diverse concepts, techniques and mediums to create visually arresting work that juxtaposes the boundaries and challenges of beauty, life and death. From single, autonomous pieces to large, site specific installations, Lee’s work is centered around space and motion, and provokes individual interpretation. Lee’s work has been exhibited at Central Saint Martins and included in group exhibitions in New York City, East Hampton, and Los Angeles. Solo exhibitions include Single Shot, Anonymous Gallery, New York, NY (2014), Fish in a Barrel, Anonymous Gallery, Mexico City, MX (2014), What LIES Beneath, Neo Chrome Gallery, Turin, IT, (2015). Lee’s work is included in various important public and private collections including Coleccion Jimenez-Colon and The Depart Foundation.