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Lee Ufan

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        StatementSmithsonian Institution Scholarly Press
        PublishersSmithsonian Institution Scholarly Press
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        LC Classifications2020
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        Paginationxvi, 51 p. :
        Number of Pages40
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        ISBN 10nodata
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Lee Ufan. Inhabiting time

Lee was the key theoretician in the group, which included Koshimizu, Kishio Suga and Katsuro Yoshida. However, he does not limit himself to conventional considerations of what they represent. From the outset of his career in the 1960s, Ufan strove to achieve a balance between his Korean roots, his links to Japan where he studied and worked, and his growing attachment to the West he exhibited at the Paris Biennale of 1971.

Since the early 1970s Lee has lived in both France and Japan and Correspondence can be Lee Ufan to reflect an interface between Eastern and Western visual and philosophical influences. He is interested less in the gesture than in the indelible mark of the brush. ' Lee Ufan Lee Ufan was born in Korea in 1936, to a family steeped in strict Confucian ideals and morality, part of a community that refused to recognise the Japanese occupation and took a critical view of modernity and progress.

Kim Mi Kyung, Encountering Lee Ufan on the path of Mono-ha, Gonggansa, Seoul: Korea, 18. With the exceptional support of the Paradise Cultural Foundation based in South Korea Founding sponsor : In a media partneship with: 'I'm hostile to unfettered industrialisation, and mass consumerism, which leads to frenzied productivity. This painting shows a departure from the sweeping lines of earlier paintings by Lee such as From Line 1978 Tate T07301 and the looser brushwork of From Winds 1982 Tate.

Lee's concept of Mono-ha has been misidentified with 'monochrome painting' in Korea. In classical painting, these spaces are Lee Ufan left empty and are treated as integral parts of the composition that Lee Ufan the painted subject.

Lee is not an easy artist to categorize.Selected Writings by Lee Ufan 1970—96, Lisson Gallery, London 1996, reproduced. Lee U-fan's position in the philosophy department at University in earned him a distinguished role as the movement's spokesman. The sweeping, fluid movements in From Line are similarly calligraphic in nature.