Quint Contemporary Art at Art Los Angeles Contemporary Art Fair presenting Lee Materazzi along with publication release of “Spaces with Meaning: Lee Materazzi”

LEE MATERAZZI - Shower Curtain 2010 C-print, archival mount on plexiglass 35.5" x 26" image 90.2cm x 66cm Edition of 5 (+2AP)

…e part in daily chores by heightening their physical involvement with the task at hand. Quint Contemporary Art is also delighted in conjunction with the exhibition of this work to release the publication SPACES WITH MEANING: LEE MATERAZZI. The book features an essay “Wash, Fold, Repeat” by Gilad Segal. Location: The Barker Hangar 3021 Airport Avenue Santa Monica, CA 90405 Dates & Hours: Thursday, January 27 First Preview…

Lee Materazzi: DIY | September 13 – October 31, 2014

Installation View - Lee Materazzi: DIY September 13 - October 31, 2014 Photo credit: Philipp Scholz Rittermann

Quint Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of LEE MATERAZZI: DIY, which will feature work from Materazzi’s new photographic series and a special installation. This is the first solo exhibition for Materazzi at Quint Gallery. The opening reception will take place on Saturday, September 13th from 6-8pm, is open to the public, and the artist will be in attendance. “And then, in his painful torment, I saw
 Sisyphus striving with both…

Lee Materazzi – Making Space • Derek Stroup – Every Instance Removed | Feb. 20 – March 28, 2009

Derek Stroup, Lays, 2008, digital c-print mounted on archival museum board, 30 x 22 inches, Edition of 5

…ibit new works by artists Lee Materazzi and Derek Stroup. The exhibitions open on February 20th, 2009 with a public reception from 6-8 p.m. and continue through March 28th. The two solo exhibitions will occur simultaneously. Lee Materazzi, Untensil Drawer, 2008, c-print, archival mount on plexi, 40 x 30 inches Miami based photographer, Lee Materazzi, graduated with honors from Central Saint Martins College in London. Ms. Materazzi has built a…

LEE MATERAZZI: PLaY | May 20 – July 8, 2017

…t’s fourth solo presentation of photography by Materazzi and second project that includes interactive installation art. The opening reception will take place on Saturday, May 20th from 6-8pm and is open to the public.   Lee Materazzi’s new series began with an exploration of public spaces around San Francisco. In past series Materazzi has explored everything from the interior of the home to what lies beneath a person’s attire and ultimately…

FRESH BRED: Mike Calway-Fagen, Joseph Huppert, Francesco Longenecker, Lee Materazzi, Timothy Earl Neill, and Ali Silverstein | June 2 – July 14, 2012

FRESH BRED: Mike Calway-Fagen, Joseph Huppert, Francesco Longenecker, Lee Materazzi, Timothy Earl Neill, and Ali Silverstein | June 2 – July 14, 2012

…hotographs, sculpture, and paintings by artists Mike Calway-Fagen, Joseph Huppert, Francesco Longenecker, Lee Materazzi, Timothy Earl Neill, and Ali Silverstein. This is the first exhibition at QCA for all the artists except Lee Materazzi, who was part of a two-person exhibition in 2009. The exhibition, FRESH BRED, will open with a public reception on Saturday, June 2 from 6 to 8 PM. FRESH BRED is a look at a new generation of artists whose work…

About Lee Materazzi

Lee Materazzi

…scends the documentarian quality of life to elevated concepts about living. The photographs take the mundane tasks and chores of our existence and express the way in which they affect our consciousness. Gilad Segal writes in Lee Materazzi: Spaces with Meaning: “Through a series of staged compositions, the artist presents a world that is both familiar and strange. Materazzi captures commonplace events and activities that we all must do, for…

QCA at artMRKT San Francisco | May 17 – 19, 2013

artMRKT San Francisco is an international art fair held May 16-19, 2013 at the Festival Pavilion - Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, California

…n the void that has been created. Both works attempt to achieve a resolution of the body’s role within contemporary art but their success ultimately lies within their juvenile failures. Again, the game becomes the locus.”  – Lee Materazzi, 2012   Materazzi’s photographs are on the edge of the absurd. They are composed as if the body is being used in a sculptural way, the sculptural quality inherent in the representations add a certain dimension…