Tim Lee. Curriculum Vitae: January 2009.

Biography:
1975 Born in Seoul, Korea. Lives and works in Vancouver. 2009 DAAD Artist-in-residence, Berlin.

Education:
2002 Master of Fine Arts, University of British Columbia, Vancouver. 1999 Bachelor of Design, University of Alberta, Edmonton.

Solo Exhibitions:
2010 Lisson Gallery, London. Solo, Duo, Trio (2001-09), Arthur Boskamp Foundation, Hohenlockstedt 2009 Hayward Gallery, London. Johnen & Schöttle, Cologne. Goodwater Gallery, Toronto. 2008 CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco. Klavierübung: Goldberg-Variationen, Johnen Galerie, Berlin. Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston. Illingworth Kerr Gallery, Calgary. 2007 Presentation House, North Vancouver. Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich. 2006 Lisson Gallery, London. Cohan & Leslie, New York. 2005 Togetherness, Tracey Lawrence Gallery, Vancouver. 2004 Cohan & Leslie, New York. The Askance View, Tracey Lawrence Gallery, Vancouver. 2003 Sight Gags, YYZ Artists Outlet, Toronto. 2002 Louie Louie, Or Gallery, Vancouver. 2001 The Move, Western Front, Vancouver.

Group Exhibitions:
2010 Conjuring Houdini, Jewish Museum, New York. The Record, Nasher Museum of Art, Durham. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco. Searching Songs, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. CUE: Artist's Videos, Vancouver Art Gallery. R for Replicant, CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco. Conversation Pieces, Johnen Galerie, Berlin. Broken Fall (Geometric), Astuni Public Projects, Bologna. 2009 Pete and Repeat, 176 Projects, London. No Visible Means of Escape, Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery, Norwich. Zeigen, Tempor”re Kunsthalle, Berlin. Arena, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto. Celebrities of the Self, Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops. 2008 Revolutions – Forms That Turn, Biennale of Sydney. Yokohama Triennale. Unknown Pleasures, Aspen Art Museum. Exponential Future, Morris & Helen Belkin Art Gallery, Vancouver. Comic Relief, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Sobey Art Award, Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. Trust in Me, Charles H Scott Gallery, Vancouver. This Is Not A Void, Galerie Luisa Strina, Sao Paolo. I Am Never At Home, Johnen Galerie, Berlin. 2007 All About Laughter, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo. For Sale, Cristina Guerra, Lisbon. Acting the Part, Vancouver Art Gallery. 2006 Sliding Doors: Recent Contemporary Acquisitions, Tate Modern, London. Revolver Special Editions 1999-2005, Meyer Riegger, Karlsruhe. Wrong, Klosterfelde, Berlin. Distor, Museo Carillo Gil, Mexico City. Equilibrium and Derivatives, Casa del Lago, Mexico City. Sound and Vision, Musée des beaux-arts, Montréal. 75 Years of Collecting: Portrait of a Citizen, Vancouver Art Gallery. Make Believe, Art Gallery of Alberta. 2005 New Work/New Acquisitions, Museum of Modern Art, New York. Intertidal, MuHKA Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen, Belgium. Appearances, Musée d'art contemporain, Montréal. I Really Should…, Lisson Gallery, London. Sharjah Biennial, United Arab Emirates. 2004 Anxiety of Influence, Stadtgalerie and Kunstmuseum Bern, Switzerland. Baja to Vancouver: The West Coast in Contemporary Art, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego; Vancouver Art Gallery; CCA Wattis Institute, San Francisco. Confidence, Passagen Konsthall, Lindkoping, Sweden. Building the Collection, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. Soundtracks, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina; Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa. Game Over, SAW Gallery, Ottawa. 2003 Baja to Vancouver: The West Coast in Contemporary Art, Seattle Art Museum. Video Heroes, Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts, Montreal. First Prague Biennial, National Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic. Soundtracks, Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton. The Blackwood Gallery, Toronto. 2002 Vancouver Video, Nuova Icona, Venice, Italy. Binocular Parallax, Consolidated Works, Seattle. Dogwood, Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery, Vancouver. Suite, Belkin Satellite, Vancouver. 2001 Documents, Para/Site ArtSpace, Hong Kong.

Curatorial Projects:
2004 Artists’ Favourites, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London. 2003 At Work, Clint Burnham, Western Front, Vancouver.

Selected Bibliography:
Bouchard, Gilbert A. "Visual art and music: Twain meet". Edmonton Journal. Jun. 27, 2003. Burnham, Clint. “Tim Lee is a Joke”. YYZINE. Oct. 2003. Burnham, Clint. “Tim Lee”. Flash Art. Jan./Feb. 2005. Milroy, Sarah. “Not-so-stupid art tricks”. The Globe and Mail. Jul. 5, 2005. “100 Future Greats”. Art Review. Dec. 2005. Baker, Kenneth. “Contemporary art through a Left Coast lens”. San Francisco Chronicle. Oct. 13, 2004. Brayshaw, Christopher. “Hello Nasty”. Last Call. Summer 2001. p. 7. Brayshaw, Christopher. “Changing Illusions of ‘Reality’”. The Globe and Mail. Nov. 6, 2004. Chasin, Noah. “Tim Lee”. Art Review. June/July/August 2004. DeVuono, Frances. “Binocular Parallax at Consolidated Works”. ArtWeek. Dec. 2002. p. 37. DeVuono, Frances. “Baja to Vancouver”. ArtWeek. Dec. 2003/Jan. 04. p. 18. Hackett, Regina. “Binocular Parallax”. Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Sep. 20, 2002. Helfand, Glen. “Baja to Vancouver”. Artforum. Dec. 2003. p. 150. Hellman, Michel. "Rever sa vie en vidéo". Le Devoir. Jan. 3-4, 2004. Henderson, Lee. “Canadian artists”. Vancouver Sun. May 19, 2004. Henderson, Lee. ìLeeís Way: The Comic Art of Tim Leeî. Border Crossings. August 2006. Hirschmann, Thomas. "Soundtracks". Now Magazine. Oct. 16-22, 2003. Jahn, Jeff. “Baja to Vancouver”. Modern Painters. Jan. 2004. p. 132. Johnson, Ken. “Tim Lee”. The New York Times. Jun. 11, 2004. Rosenberg, Karen. “Northern Lights”. New York. May 31, 2004. Scott, Michael. “Separating West Coast dream from reality”. Vancouver Sun. Jun. 5, 2004. Turner, Michael. “Not so quiet on the Western front”. The Globe and Mail. Jul. 14, 2004. Wilson, Michael. “Tim Lee”. Artforum. Summer 2006. p. 349.

Publications:
Tim Lee, CCA Wattis Institute, 2008. Tim Lee: Remakes, Variations (1741-2092), essays by J–rg Heiser, Jens Hoffmann, Monika Szewczyk and Michael Turner, edited by Reid Shier. Presentation House Gallery, 2008. Exponential Future, Morris & Helen Belkin Art Gallery, 2008. Ice Cream, essay by Jens Hoffmann, Phaidon Press, 2007. Vitamin Ph: New Perspectives in Photography, essay by Jens Hoffmann, Phaidon Press, 2006. Intertidal: Vancouver Art and Artists, edited by Dieter Roelstraete and Scott Watson, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen, 2005. Art Works: Perform, edited by Joan Jonas and Jens Hoffman, Thames & Hudson. 2005. “When the Serious is Tinted with Humour, it Makes a Nicer Colour", Jens Hoffman, Spur04, Revolver Press, 2004. The Next Documenta Should Be Curated By An Artist, Revolver Press, edited by Jens Hoffman, 2004. Baja to Vancouver: The West Coast in Contemporary Art, essays by Ralph Rugoff, Matthew Coolidge, Douglas Coupland, the Office for Soft Architecture and Matthew Stadler, 2003. First Prague Biennale, essays by Jens Hoffman and Ken Lum, 2003. d’Or, Or Gallery, essay by Melanie O’Brien, 2003. "The Jerk", YYZINE, January 2003. “4 Photographs”, Front, May/June 2003. Dogwood, Morris & Helen Belkin Art Gallery, essay by Monika Szewczyk, 2002.

Public Collections:
101 Foundation, San Francisco. Arario Gallery, Seoul. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. Collection de Arte Contemporanea Fundacion, Madrid. Sammlung Goetz, Munich. Sammlung Haubrok, Berlin. Musée des beaux-arts, Montreal. Museum of Modern Art, New York. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Ringier Collection, Zurich. Tate Modern, London. Vancouver Art Gallery. Zabludowicz Collection, London.