The Centre Pompidou Metz presents a retrospective of Lee Ufan, tracing his career from the early works of the late 1960s to his most recent creations. The exhibition offers a defining vision of Ufan's unique oeuvre, showing how his artistic vocabulary has evolved over more than five decades.
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|Sous la direction de Jean-Marie Gallais
|Number of pages
|Bilingue Français / English
|270 x 210
Exhibition Catalogue Lee Ufan, inhabitinf time, presented at the Centre Pompidou-Metz (27 feb. - 30 septembre 2019).
The exhibition itinerary offers an insight into successive or parallel phases in Lee Ufan's career, through pivotal works and often little-known 'historical' pieces, some of which have been specially recreated (these include the first French showing of the paintings Landscape I, II and III, originally featured in the exhibition Contemporary Korean Painting at Tokyo's National Museum of Modern Art in 1968; and a new Installation of cotton and steel created for the Forum of the Centre Pompidou Metz.) The exhibition ends with a meditation room, echoing the meditation cell installed by Lee Ufan as the conclusion of the visitor itinerary at his personal museum in Naoshima, Japan - a space designed to allow visitors to prolong their visit through reflection and recollection.
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