Lee Kit (b. 1978, Hong Kong) graduated from the Fine Art Department at the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2003, and received a Master’s degree from the Fine Art Department at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He currently lives and works in Taipei and Hong Kong. Lee Kit represented Hong Kong at The 55th Venice Biennale (Hong Kong Pavilion, Venice, 2013). His recent solo exhibitions include: And: Lee Kit Solo Show (Aike-Dellarco, Shanghai, 2014), How to Set Up a Room for Johnny? (Osage Gallery, Hong Kong, 2012), The Scent of a Person (Artissima, Turino, 2012), Every Breath You Take (Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, 2012), Remains from Several Days (Mori Gallery, Sydney, 2008), 3/4 Suggestions for a Better Living (Para Site Art Space, Hong Kong, 2007). His recent group exhibitions include: Duchamp and/or/in China (UCCA, Beijing, 2013), Print/Out (Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2012), Trading Futures (Taipei Contemporary Art Center, Taipei, 2012), The 43rd Art Basel Art Fair (Basel, 2012), Shanghai Biennial (Shanghai, 2012), What Should I Do to Live in Your Life? (Shariah Art Foundation, Shariah, 2012), Frieze Art Fair (London, 2011), No Soul for Sale (Tate Modern, London, 2010), The Touring around the World (The Bluecoat, Liverpool, 2010). Lee’s work is in the collections of the Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst in Belgium, the Hong Kong Museum of Art and among many other private collections around the world.