On May 14, Pace celebrated the opening of its second solo exhibition of Lee Ufan's work. The exhibition will remain on view at 534 West 25th Street through June 27, 2015.
View the exhibition page here.
In honor of both his current exhibition, Ceramics, and the celebration of Asia Week New York, Lee Ufan participated in a conversation with Michelle Yun, Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Asia Society. The artist discussed his recent works done in clay, and how he continues to explore themes such as space, time, and materiality through this medium. For more information on Asia Week New York and the Asia Society, please visit their website. Lee Ufan: Ceramics is on view thro
In honor of both his upcoming exhibition Ceramics and the celebration of Asia Week New York, Lee Ufan will be in conversation with Michelle Yun, Asia Society Museum Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art. The artist will discuss his recent works done in clay, and how he continues to explore such themes as space, time, and materiality through this medium. The talk will be held at the Asia Society Museum in New York on Wednesday, March 8, at 6:30 pm. For more information and to reserve ti
The Hermitage Museum presents Lee Ufan's The Cane of Titan installation as part of their Sculpture in the Courtyard project. The work, which was previously displayed at Versailles will be on view in the Hermitage’s courtyard through Fall 2016. Using two materials, stone and steel, The Cane of Titan reflects the difference between nature and industry, yin and yang. Two elements that are opposed to one another, yet inseparably linked. Read more about the work and the Sculpture in the Courtyard p