Micah Lexier is a Winnipeg-born, Toronto-based artist whose practice includes sculpture, installation, photography and text-based work. He graduated with an MFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 1984. Lexier's practice revolves around his interests in temporal and graphic systems of organization and measurement. He has participated in a large number of international and national solo and group exhibitions and has produced several public commissions, the most recent of which opened last year in Calgary at Brookfield Place. His work is found in numerous museum collections, including The British Museum, London; the Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney, Australia; The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; and The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. He is represented by Birch Contemporary, Toronto.
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