Form | Sophie Lee | 2014 | photograph | C-Type print on paper | image: courtesy of the artist

New Represented Artist: Sophie Lee

Mark Devereux Projects are delighted to announce Sophie Lee will be joining our roster of represented artists.

Sophie Lee has been selected from Mark Devereux Projects’s current StudioBook artist development programme.

“Sophie is an exciting young artist that I first saw the work of during her degree show in 2010. Since then she has been working hard to develop her career in Manchester and Internationally. With help from Arts Council England funding for StudioBook, we are delighted to start working with Sophie to generate projects and plans over the next couple of months. We then look forward to implementing these over the following months and years as we work with her to help produce and showcase new work.” [Mark Devereux]

“I think the work Mark Devereux Projects are doing through their represented artist programme is excellent and I was excited to bring in 2016 with this news. The opportunity has come at a great time for me and my practice and I really look forward to working with Mark and Liz in making some exciting and ambitious new work.” [Sophie Lee]

Further information

Sophie Lee is a visual artist based in Manchester. Born in Scunthorpe, Lee graduated with a BA in Photography (First Class Honours) from the Manchester School of Art in 2010, going on to work as an artist and educator. Lee has exhibited internationally most recently at SIM House in Reykjvavik, Iceland (2015), in group show ‘Loose Space’, Vienna, Austria (2015) and solo show ‘Any Structured Pattern’ at the Progr in Bern Switzerland (2014). She has undertaken artist residencies in Finland, Iceland and the UK.

StudioBook is an Arts Council England funded project and has been produced and developed by Mark Devereux Projects. The StudioBook commission has been funded and acquired by University of Salford Art Collection.

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