|R. Pinoncély ed.
Lee Bae’s first monograph presents a large selection of his works, paintings, sculptures, and drawings, as well as exhibition views and photographs of the artist in his studio. He is known for a practice informed by a formal and immersive journey into the abysses of carbon black, wherein he imbues the absence of colour with tangible depth and intensity. The book encompasses various series and characteristic works with charcoal by the Paris-based, South Korean artist, including Issus du Feu, Landscapes, Brushstroke, and more, as well as original critical texts by Virginia Moon and Henri-François Debailleux and a conversation between Lee Bae by Cheryl Sim.
|244 p, 22 x 30 cm, hb, English/French/Chinese