Paul Lee “Layers for a Brain Corner” at Maccarone

Maccarone is proud to present Layers for a Brain Corner, its fourth exhibition with London-born, New York-based artist Paul Lee.  With origins in film and photography, Lee’s work spans sculpture, painting, video, and collage, employing a cohesive language of signature materials (such as towels, tambourines, cans, and light bulbs) to create subtle constructions. Born out of narratives surrounding personal interaction, the work necessitates an inward dialogue with a collective past. Using spontaneous variations and improvisational repetitions, the artist conjures the trope of human desire, moving into an evolving psychic and physical space. For his first showing at Maccarone’s Los Angeles space, Lee continues his exploration of the body presenting two new distinct bodies of work — “touch paintings” and “towel negatives.”

Start Date

May 21, 2016

End Date

August 12, 2016


10:00 AM - 06:00 PM


Maccarone, 300 South Mission Road, Los Angeles

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