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b. 1942, South Korea

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Lee Kun-Yong Featured Artworks

Bodyscape 76-2-2019 by Lee Kun-Yong contemporary artwork
Lee Kun-YongBodyscape 76-2-2019, 2019Acrylic on canvas
182 x 227 cm
Pace Gallery
Bodyscape 76-3-2018 by Lee Kun-Yong contemporary artwork
Lee Kun-YongBodyscape 76-3-2018, 2018Acrylic on canvas
163 x 130 cm
Pace Gallery

Lee Kun-Yong Recent Exhibitions

Contemporary art exhibition, Lee Kun-Yong, Form of Now at Pace Gallery, Seoul
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5 June–24 August 2019 Lee Kun-Yong Form of Now Pace GallerySeoul
Contemporary art exhibition, Group Exhibition, Chewing Gum III at Pace Gallery, Hong Kong
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25 May–4 July 2019 Group Exhibition Chewing Gum III Pace GalleryHong Kong
Contemporary art exhibition, Lee Kun-Yong, Lee Kun-Yong at Pace Gallery, Beijing
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14 July–1 September 2018 Lee Kun-Yong Pace GalleryBeijing

Lee Kun-Yong In Related Press

When South Korea was poor, repressive—and super-cool Related Press When South Korea was poor, repressive—and super-cool 11 July 2017, The Economist

As a young artist starting out in what is now North Korea, Seung-Taek Lee recalls being asked by a party official if he could make a statue of Kim Il-Sung, the new country's founding dictator. It was a painful business, and his first few efforts collapsed. But the figure he eventually produced so impressed the comrades that he was exempted from...

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Korean Cultural Centre UK Related Press Korean Cultural Centre UK 15 June 2017, e-flux

The history of what in Europe and North America has been categorised in an art-historical context as performance art is one that continues to be revised and retold in East Asia. The body as a tool, language and artistic medium developed in the visual arts in Korea under precarious social and political environments and conditions.

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