Korean-born Lee Ufan emerged as one of the founders and major proponents of the avant-garde Mono-ha Object School group in the late 1960s. Mono-ha was Japan’s first internationally recognized contemporary art movement, rejecting Western notions of representation and emphasizing materials and perception and interrelationships between space and matter. Lee’s early painting series From Point (1972–84) induces in the viewer to a live experience of passing time and physical space. Lee combines ground mineral pigment with animal-skin glue, traditional to East Asian painting on silk. Restricting his palette to a single color on a white ground and marks the canvas with regular dabs from left to right until there is no more color left. He then repeats this act until rows of gradually fading marks fill the entire canvas. This high quality reproduction is framed and ready to be hung on your wall.
Made in the United States. Museum quality and curator approved fine art reproduction printed on 225 GSM United States-made Fibermark Enduro Matte Paper. Framed in handmade, hand-stained, 2-inch deep black Ash wood frame. Includes easy-to-use hanging kit.
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