A Conversation with Lee Ufan
Volume 15, Number 2, March/April 2016
by Stephanie Chou Wanjing
Stephanie Chou Wanjing's interview with Korean artist Lee Ufan, a pioneer in the Mono-ha art movement which emerged in
Japan in the 1970s, and whose work represents another kind of richness, one that is minimalist and exhibits influences derived from Korean, Japanese, and Chinese artistic traditions and literature.
Lee Ufan, painting, sculpture, Korean artist, Stephanie Chou Wanjing, Mono-ha movement, Dialogue, Pace Hong Kong
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