Lee Kit

Hong Kong | 1978

Lee Kit is a Hong Kong Asian Modern & Contemporary artist who was born in 1978. His work is currently being shown at Mother's Tankstation, London. Numerous key galleries and museums such as TheCube Project Space have featured Lee Kit's work in the past.Lee Kit's work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from 363 USD to 56,332 USD, depending on the size and medium of the artwork. Since 2015 the record price for this artist at auction is 56,332 USD for Johnson's- No More Tears, sold at Christie's Hong Kong in 2015. Lee Kit has been featured in articles for Art Review , The Art Newspaper and South China Morning Post. The most recent article is “Interweaving Travelers” at New Taipei City Art Museum written for Art Asia Pacific in January 2024.

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Upon (for Parkett 98). - Lee Kit

Upon (for Parkett 98).

By Lee Kit
Tablecloth - Lee Kit


By Lee Kit

Current Exhibitions

The surface of a mirror

Mother's Tankstation, London
Bethnal Green | London | UK
Mar 14,2024 - Apr 20,2024

Past Exhibitions

Lee Kit: A blank stare like a gasp

Minato-ku | Tokyo | Japan
Nov 18,2023 - Dec 23,2023


“Interweaving Travelers” at New Taipei City Art Museum
Lee Kit’s Ghostly Clouds Question the Limits of Perception
Artists Samson Young, Angela Su and Lee Kit Donate Works to Fundraise for Hong Kong Dealer Anthony Tao Xinshu's Hospital Treatment


..Lee devises a situation that delves into our consciousness through seeing, feeling, acting, and simply being...

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Osage, Hong Kong

..Lee’s practice proposes the poetics of the everyday; merging art with daily life, questioning the ways in which the viewer interacts with and perceives one’s surroundings...

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Lombard-Freid Projects

..For Lee, the spaces in between are as significant as these contemporary readymades, the emptiness just as poignant...

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Lombard-Freid Projects

..Lee creates poetic object-based installations fashioned from everyday materials and household items such as soap, towels, cardboard boxes, and plastic containers, which he transforms through subtle gestures...

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Walker Art Center

..Lee Kit’s work does not permit pretension, easy answers, or simple summaries...

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Jane Lombard Gallery

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