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Lee Ufan. From Line. 1974

Safari living: 'From Line' by Korean painter & sculptor Lee Ufan Oil on canvas, x in. via Pace Gallery


Lee Ufan, considered the father of the mono-ha art movement, a practice based in Japan by a Korean-born artist, that flew in the face of post-war Westernization. Ufan is probably best known for these multiple-stroke ink paintings.

A blog for artists, art collectors. Visual composition, Fiber art, Care, Display, and Storage, Art by Kevan Lunney of KevanArt.com

Kevan Lunney Artist: Textile Art on the International Art Scene. The Armory show, NYC (Detail of work by Chiyu Uemae)

Lee Ufan - With Winds, 1984, watercolor on paper

Lee Ufan, With Winds, 1984 Watercolor on paper 22 x 30 inches x centimeters).

Lee Ufan, With Winds - info

Lee Ufan, With Winds - info (PatternBase)

I want to try something similar with knitted hemp

Danielle Mysliwiec (Middle Ground I, above). It’s not macramé, not string theory, not knots at all.


Kwon Young-Woo Untitled 1984 Gouache, Chinese Ink on Korean paper Courtesy of the artist’s estate and Kukje Gallery, Seoul Photo Copyright © Sang­tae Kim