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.
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Pace Gallery congratulates Lee Ufan and Yto Barrada for their inclusion in 2018's Art Basel Unlimited. Curated by the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden's Gianni Jetzer, the Unlimited sector of Art Basel is a platform for large-scale installations and sculptures, projected video works, live performances, and anything else that can’t be contained in the art fair booth. This year, the projects span the breadth of these media and formats, with new video works, performance works both new and old,
‘The work of art is a representation of the stage.’—Lee Ufan The Serpentine continues its exploration of public art with a sculptural commission by Lee Ufan, to be installed outside the Serpentine Gallery in Kensington Gardens in early February 2018. Lee Ufan came to prominence in the late 1960s as one of the major theoretical and practical proponents of the avant-garde Mono-ha group. The first contemporary art movement in Japan to gain international recognition, Mono-ha (Object School) reje
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