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EDUCATION:
1967-68 North East London Polytechnic
1968-71 Winchester School of Art

TEACHING:
1972-80 Lecturing visits to North East London Polytechnic,
Stourbridge School of Art, Birmingham School of Art
Central School of Art & Design, Canterbury College of
Art, Winchester College of Art & Leeds Polytechnic.
Since 1976 Lecturer, Wimbledon School of Art
1980-81 Research Fellow in Sculpture, Winchester School of Art
From 1991 Sculpture Tutor, Royal College of Art
From 1997 Appointed Senior Tutor
2009-2010 Deputy Head of Department, Sculpture RCA

OTHER ACADEMIC VISITS AND APPOINTMENTS:
1993 Visiting Lecturer, East London University
1994 Visiting Lecturer, Coventry University
1994 External Examiner for School of Arts & Humanities
DeMontfort University, Leicester
1995 Visiting Lecturer, University of East London
1996 External Examiner, Kent Institute of Art & Design
1999 External Examiner, Coventry University

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:
1985 One-man exhibition, Blond Fine Art, London
1990 One-man exhibition, Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich
1990 Beaux Art Gallery, Bath
1991 One-man exhibition, Wingfield College, Suffolk
1991 One-man exhibition, Peterborough Museum & Art Museum
1993 Florence Trust, Islington, Guest Sculptor
1994 Stansell Gallery, Taunton ‘Sign Road Field’
1995 Sculpture Installation in 100 Old Broad Gate
organised by Jonathan Fisher ‘Art Forum’
1996 King of Hearts Gallery, Norwich
1998 'Groundwork', Djanogly Gallery, Nottingham
2013 'Weights And Measures', Nicholson Gallery, and amphitheatre in the woods, Gresham School, Holt
2014 'The Way Things Are', Clifford Chance, Canary Wharf, London - November 2014 to March 2015
2016 'Speakers', Yallops Gallery, St Augustine Street, Norwich - March 2016
An exhibition of sculpture by Lee Grandjean in collaboration with sound artists Ed Perkins, Richard Poynton and Adrian Palka.
2016 'Let's Go. They Do Not Move', Outpost Gallery, Norwich - November 11 to December 4 2016
2016 'Home Truths', North House Gallery, Manningtree, Essex - November 12 to December 31 2016

MIXED EXHIBITIONS:
1976 Arts Council Collection, Hayward Gallery
1978 ‘Open Attitudes’, MOMA Oxford
1979 ‘Wood’, Yorkshire Sculpture Park & Edinburgh Festival
1978-90 Sculpture at Canizaro Park
1980 Blond Fine Art, Winter Exhibition
1982 ‘Attitudes’, Yorkshire Sculpture Park
‘Marseille Art Present’, France
‘Sculpture In A Country Park’, Margam, Wales
‘Why Sculpture 11’, West Surrey College of Art
1984 ‘Figures in a Garden’, Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Liverpool Garden Festival
1984 ‘From The Figure’, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham
‘Contemporary Carving’, Plymouth Arts Centre & Touring
‘Scottish Sculpture Open 3’, Aberdeen & Edinburgh
Artist in residence, Welsh Sculpture Park
1986 ‘Coloured Sculpture’, Stoke Museum
Stoke Garden Festival Commission
1986 ‘Feeling Through Form’, Barbican
‘Seven Artists, Audun Gallery, London
1986-87 ‘Contemporary British Woodcuts’, Worcester City Museum & touring
1987-88 ‘British Relief Woodcarvings’, Atkinson Art Gallery & Touring
1988 ‘The Human Touch’, Harris Art Gallery, Preston
1989 ‘The Cutting Edge’, Manchester
1989-91 ‘Out of the Wood’, Common Ground/Crafts Council exhibition Crafts Council Gallery & touring
1990 ‘Sculpture’, Berkeley Square Gallery, London
1992 ‘Contemporary British Sculpture’, Millfield School
1992 ‘Discerning Eye’, Mall Galleries, London
1993 ‘Images of Christ’, St Paul’s Cathedral
1993 ‘Sculpture ‘93’, Chelsea Harbour
1993 Hannah Peschar Gallery, Surrey
1993 Sculpture in the East End, St John’s Church, Bethnal Green organised by Andrew Lamont Gallery
1994 Figure & Fantasy, Herbert Read Gallery, K.I.A.D., Canterbury, Kent
1994 Hannah Peschar Gallery, Surrey ‘Ten Years Of Sculpture Garden’
1994 ‘Future World’, Milton Keynes
1994 ‘Touch’, Milton Keynes
1994 Norfolk & Norwich Festival Open Studio
1994 Trinity Arts Festival, Cookham, Berks
1995 Henley Festival ‘Contemporary British Sculpture’
1997 'Points of Contact', Ipswich Museum
1998 Contemporary British Sculpture, John Innes Conference Centre, Norwich
1998 British Figurative Sculpture, Flowers East
1999 - 2003 Hannah Peschar Gallery + Sculpture Garden, Surrey
2002 'Down To Earth', installation, Salthouse Church, Salthouse, Norfolk
2003 'New Concepts in British Sculpture', Goodwood Sculpture, Sussex and touring
2003 'Colour Space', APT Gallery, Deptford
2003 'Small Is Beautiful', Flowers Central, London
2005 'Stuff Becomes Hollow', Contemporary Art, London
2007 'Rummage: Sculptors' Drawings', The Winchester Gallery
2007 "Inside, Outside', The Gibberd Gallery, Harlow Civic Centre
2007 'Wood', Kings of Hearts Gallery, Norwich
2007 'Contemporary Sculpture', Art Contact, Cambridge
2009 'Club Show 1', The Russian Club, London
2009 'Workforce Ha-Ha', De Fabriek, Eindhoven, Holland
2009 'SURVEY', Installation in old timber yard, Tuffnal Park London
2010 'Club Show 2 The Russian Club, London
2011 'Uncaught Hares 1' Stephen Lawrence Gallery, April-May ,University of Greenwich, London
2011 'Uncaught Hares 2' Clifford Chance Gallery,April-May, Canary Wharf, London
2011 'Uncaught Hares Three', Stephen Lawrence Galley, June-July, University of Greenwich
2011 Two man show, 'Banter', (with Desmond Brett) at THE CUT Halesworth, Suffolk, Sept-Oct 2011
2012 Art Lab: Changing Landscapes, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich
2013 Guest artist in VOID Gallery, London, Open Sculpture Show - May 2013
2013 'Marginal Intervention' Cliff Top Performance, Overstrand, Norfolk, with Pete Talbot, Adrian Palka, Wolfram Spyra, Simon Miles, The Sea - August 2013
2013 'Weights And Measures', Nicholson Gallery and Theatre In The Woods, Gresham School, Holt, Norfolk - November 2013
2014 'Necessary Monsters' Sculpture by Lee Grandjean, painting by David Webb, Stephen Lawrence Gallery, Greenwich University, London - May 2014
2014 'Ground Of Experimental Activity' with Derek Lawson, curated by Eugene Macki. 5th Base Gallery, London E1 - May 2014
2014 'Crossing', SPREEHOFE building, Oberschoenewide, Berlin, part of Spreeknie Festival, curated by Sabine Heron - July 2014
2016 'From the Wood' Groundwork Gallery, Kings Lynn, November 2016

COMMISSIONS AND COLLECTIONS INCLUDE:
1982 Cavendish Comprehensive School, Herts
1983 Cleveland County Council, Middlesbrough
1984 National Institute of Agricultural Engineering, Silsoe
Bedfordshire
1985 Comberton Village College, Cambs.
1986 Royal Bank of Scotland
1987-8 Peterborough Development Corporation
1989 Birmingham City Council
1990 Ipswich Museum
1991-92 St Mary’s Church, Peterborough
1991-92 T.S.B. Bank, Birmingham
1992 Clifford Chance, London
1992 Arthur Andersen, London
1992 Blenheim Group, London
1996 Harlow District Council - Sculpture for St John’s
Community Centre
1998 Nottingham University

PUBLICATIONS:
1994 ‘Their Silence A Language’, collaborative book with
poet Jeremy Hooker. Published by Enthamon Press
1998 'Groundwork' Sculpture by Lee Grandjean, poetry by Jeremy Hooker ISBN 1. 9000809 559
1998 British Figurative Art - Part Two: Sculpture Momentum ISBN 1 873362 83 8
1998 Scintilla Magazine ISBN 0 9530614 1 6

BIBLIOGRAPHY & REVIEWS:
1982 Art Monthly, ‘Lee Grandjean & Glynn Williams’
by Peter Fuller
23.11.84 The Guardian, ‘Contemporary Carving’, by John Onley
29.3.85 Arts Review, Lee Grandjean at Blond Fine Art ,
review by David Lee
9.4.85 The Times, review by John Russell Taylor
1986 Arts Review, ‘Seven Artists’, Audun Gallery, review
by David Lee
31.1.84 Arts Review, Lee Grandjean at the Fermoy Gallery
review by David Lee
October 1986 Newsline, article in Royal Bank of Scotland bi- monthly newspaper regarding Sculpture commission
for Angel, Islington
December 1987 Art & Design ‘British Sculpture’ a survey from Moore
to Mach
December 1987 Enterprise, Issue No: 10 (house journal for Mallinson-Denny Group) ‘Sculpture for Peterborough’
December 1988 Arts Review ‘The Human Touch’, by David Lee
1989 Modern Painters, Summer Issue Volume 3 No:2
‘In Metal, Wood & Stone’, by Giles Auty
June 1990 Ipswich Museum Catalogue, ‘Their Silence A Language’ foreword by Jeremy Hooker
28.6.90 Evening Star, ‘Sculpted Statement In Bronze & Wood’
January 1991 The Green Book Volume 3, seven, ‘The Tree of Life’
part two by Jeremy Hooker
April 1991 The Green Book Volume 3, eight, article by Jeremy
Hooker
1991 Modern Painters, Summer Issue Volume 4 No: 2
‘Their Silence A Language’ by Jeremy Hooker
19.3.91 Country Life, ‘Artists Skill, Artisans Muscle’ by James
Knox
1992 Art Quarterly, Spring Issue, ‘Art Means Business
by James Knox
21.1.93 Country Life, ‘Figures That Add Up’, by Alistair McAlpine
1993 Modern Painters, ‘Images of Christ’, by Margaret Walters
July 1993 Planet, ‘The Story of a Poem and a Sculpture’, by
Jeremy Hooker
8.12.93 The Independent, ‘Daily Poem’, reference to collaborative book ‘Their Silence a Language’, by
Lee Grandjean & Jeremy Hooker
October 1994 Quarto, ‘Sign Field, Road’ by Lionel Phillips
September 1998 The Times, British Figurative Sculpture, review of Flowers East Exhibition - Isabel Carlisle

BROADCASTS:
1983 BBC North, interview regarding Cleveland
Commission
26.7.88 BBC local radio broadcast regarding Peterborough
Commission
28.6.90 Anglia TV, ‘Wide Angle’ feature regarding exhibition
at Wingfield College, Suffolk
6.1.94 BBC Radio 3, ‘Night Waves’, presenter: Roy Porter,
discussion on collaboration
6.7.96 BBC Radio 3, ‘Blue Skies’ presented by Steve Jones,
discussion on proportion in sculpture


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