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Lisa Brice on Making & Unmaking, Camden

Work by Lisa Brice features on Making and Unmaking, curated by Duro Olowu from 19 June to 18 September 2016 at the Camden Art Centre, London. Olowu is a celebrated fashion designer and curator whose unique combinations of patterns, colours and textures reveal his early influences living between Nigeria and Europe, and extensive travel around the world. His exhibition brings together works by more than 60 international and UK-based artists working in diverse media, placing antique West African textiles and Bauhaus tapestries amongst contemporary works and new commissions. Artists featured range from Louise Bourgeois to Lisa Brice Isaac Julien, Yinka Shonibare MBE and Malick Sidibé. 

Lisa Brice at gallery French Rivera

A solo exhibition of new paintings by Lisa Brice opens at gallery French Riviera in Bethnal Green, London on September 19. Titled Cut Your Coat, this will be Brice’s first solo exhibition in London. Born in Cape Town, in 1968, Brice divided her working life between South Africa, Trinidad and the UK for over a decade before settling in London in 2010, where she is currently based. Her work is included in Vitamin P2, the publisher Phaidon’s anthology on painting, 2011. She has been invited to contribute to the upcoming Frieze Masters 2014 Artists on Artists feature. The gallery, started by artists Samuel Levack and Jennifer Lewandowski offers a platform to artists who are currently without representation in the UK.

Lisa Brice In Sweden

Work by Lisa Brice features on the exhibition Puppet Show at Gävle Konstcentrum, Kultur & Fritid Gävle, Sweden, which opened 14 June 2014. “The power of puppets lies in their potential for performative as well as sculptural articulation, as constructed selves and bodies,” explain the curators. “Unlike humans who require an internal capacity for voice, language, movement and intention, puppets channel external forces in order to form presence, speech, and authorship”. The exhibition was curated by Céline Condorelli and Tom Bloor from Eastside Projects in Birmingham and runs until 28 September 2014.

Lisa Brice in London

Lisa Brice has work featured on What we did the following year, organised by Christabel Stewart, at the Ritter Zamet Galerie in London. The show also features work by Darren Bader, Julie Myers, Artie Vierkant, and Amy Yao. The exhibition runs from 14 December 2013 to 8 February, 2014.


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  • Solo exhibitions

    Lisa Brice / Well Worn / 2015

    Lisa Brice / Throwing the Floor / Paintings / 2012

    Lisa Brice / More Wood for the Fire

    Lisa Brice / Night Vision

    Group exhibitions

    Summer Show / 2016

    New Revolutions: Goodman Gallery at 50

    Surfacing / 2014

    Summer Show / 2012

    Open End: An Exhibition of Paintings

    Winter Show / Joburg / 2010

  • Biography

    Solo Exhibitions

    Group Exhibitions

    Teaching, Lectureships and Workshop

    Academic Record and Residencies

    Collections

    Selected Articles and Reviews

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  • Press for Lisa Brice

    Lisa Brice / Contemporary And / August 2016

    A Riot of Colour by Liese van der Watt (5.5 MB)

    Lisa Brice / Incorrigible Corrigall / South Africa / 12 May 2015

    Been there, done that but left with a different T-shirt By Mary Corrigall (194.1 KB)

    Lisa Brice / Artthrob / South Africa / 3 May 2015

    Wearing Well By Michael Smith (210 KB)

    Lisa Brice / Frieze Magazine / United Kingdom / 5 September 2014

    Lisa Brice by Josephine New (184.8 KB)

    Lisa Brice / Frieze Masters Magazine / United Kingdom / 15 - 19 October 2014

    Nude Bathing by Lisa Brice (366 KB)

    Lisa Brice / City Press / South Africa / 27 July 2014

    Fine China for Charity by Percy Mabandu (234.8 KB)

    Lisa Brice / Mail & Guardian / Johannesburg / 13 - 19 December 2013

    Images of an icon, real and imagined by Sean O'Toole (701.5 KB)

    Lisa Brice / Art South Africa / South Africa / 1 September 2010

    Embracing Uncertainty by Godfried Donker (1.4 MB)