Adam Lee, 'Studio Amada', 2019, oil synthetic polymer and pigment on canvas, 220 x 335 cm. Photograph: Christo Crocker 1 of 2
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Adam Lee’s recent work ties together narratives of shelter, pilgrimage, and an itinerant, nomadic sense of home. His works act like votive objects, touching on themes of memory and loss underpinned by a personal and corporeal transcendence. Lee builds worlds where allegory and atmosphere coalesce to suggest a highly personal outlook informed by collective folklore and legend.

Adam Lee is represented by STATION