Let me first say that it appears that Gmail does not offer a straightforward way to do this.
Here is what you can try.
On right end of "search box" there is a small down-pointing arrow.
Left click on it, and in
to, put your email address.
Left click on "Create filter with this search".
This will show all emails sent to you.
Back to step 2, you can put to
me -*, or
"email@example.com AND -*" instead.
If the senders aren't too many, or a big enough part of the receiving emails have multiple lists in common, you can:
Specifically exclude all other names on the mass mails in question.
In other words, if you get mail with a To line of
your...@you.com, "Jo Bloggs" , "Pat Smith" ...
you can have a filter with a To field of
- "Jo Bloggs" -"Pat Smith" ...