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Lee Ufan

Lee Ufan

Untouched Space

By (author) Okyang Chae-Duporge


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  • Contemporary Korean Art, Mono-ha, Modernist painting, Modernist sculpture, Japanese post-war art and Dansaekhwa influences - all are incorporated within the work of Lee Ufan
  • This book sheds light on the oeuvre of one of East Asia's most significant contemporary artists
Full Description
The South-Korean born artist Lee Ufan made a risky wager early in his career, introducing 'non-action' into his work. This notion, which recalls traditional Asian values, simultaneously echoes the quest of Modernist and Conceptual Art. A major figure of contemporary art, Lee Ufan is also a philosopher and a poet. During the 1960s in Japan, he contributed to shaping Mono-ha, a movement similar to Italy's Arte Povera and American Minimalism. Casting an eye across the artist's paintings and his three-dimensional oeuvre, from the beginning of his career through to his current work, this volume seeks to understand how Lee Ufan, who has espoused minimising intervention since he began making art, attempts to 'receive' the world in its natural, unadulterated state.
About the Author
Okyang Chae-Duporge holds a PhD in the history of art (Paris-Sorbonne University), and is a practicing art historian. Lecturer at the Institut National des Langues et Civilizations Orientales in Paris (INALCO), she is also the co-author of Bulguksa et Seokguram published in 2016 by Éditions Cercle d'Art.
Editions Cercle d'Art
22nd May 2017
World excluding France
220 mm x 150 mm
280 Pages
54 color
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