Lee-At Meyerov was born in Johannesburg (1977), she is multidisciplinary artist renowned for her ability to fashion evocative installations and sculptures using broken, discarded and ready made materials. Meyerov’s background in fashion design and extensive experience studying and living abroad have greatly influenced her work. A recurring theme in her art is the body as both a presence and an absence.
In 2007, Meyerov earned a BA Fine Art and a MA Fine Art from the University of the Witwatersrand. Since then, she has participated in numerous group shows and art fairs, including the KKNK in Oudtshoorn, Aardklop Arts Festival, SculptX and Latitudes Art Fair. Meyerov was also a finalist in the ABSA l’Atelier Competition and was selected as a final exhibitor for “Sasol New Signatures”. Her works are included in prestigious collections such as the SASOL and ABSA collections, as well as other private collections.
Curatorial projects include the video programme Too Close for Comfort: Belonging and Displacement in the work of South African video artists, screened at the Berlin Film Festival in Berlin and the Goethe Institute in Johannesburg.
In 2022, she participated in a group exhibition at Berman Contemporary, MATERIALITY MATTERS.
Lee At Meyerov is represented by Berman Contemporary.