Elizabeth Dee is an American gallery that represents exhibitions and ideas. The gallery creates joint ventures with artists to manifest cultural productions. Elizabeth Dee also produces exhibitions at major museums and significant publications.
Elizabeth Dee was incorporated in 2002 as a home for innovative artists working across media. Over the last decade, our program has resulted in over 100 critically acclaimed exhibitions and pioneering productions by contemporary artists responding to the changing landscape of contemporary art, technology and culture.
Elizabeth Dee has produced numerous groundbreaking, first and internationally recognized exhibitions by such artists as Adrian Piper, Miriam Cahn (debut), Alex Bag, Philippe Decrauzat, Derek Jarman, Eric Baudelaire (debut), Jeff Keen (debut), Ryan McNamara (debut), Josephine Meckseper (debut), Ryan Trecartin (debut), Meredyth Sparks (debut) and Mark Barrow, among others.
The gallery has published definitive artists’ monographs and progressive artists books. Production is underway on the publication, Adrian Piper, with essays by Helmut Draxler, Diarmuid Costello, Jörg Heiser, and Adrian Piper (Gregory R. Miller & Co.). A selection of previous publications include: Josephine Meckseper (Dee & Sternberg Press), Meredyth Sparks (Monografik Éditions) and the monograph Ryan Trecartin (Dee/Rizolli).
Elizabeth Dee has co-produced eight movies by Ryan Trecartin beginning with I-BE AREA (2007) and continuing with the Any Ever series (2009-2010), which was exhibited at the following international museums: The Power Plant, Toronto; MOCA, Los Angeles; MoMA PS1, New York; MOCA, North Miami; and Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris.
In 2011-2012, Elizabeth Dee presents exhibitions at international art fairs such as Independent, New York; Frieze Art Fair, New York & London; and FIAC, Paris.