Lee Ufan Ceramics, Pace Gallery New York: Mar 10 – Apr 08, 2017 by Christophe C

New York–Pace Gallery is pleased to present Lee Ufan: Ceramics, the first solo exhibition of the artist’s ceramic works in North America.

Part of Asia Art Week New York, the exhibition will be on view from March 9 through April 8, 2017, at 32 East 57th Street.

The works in this show were made in conjunction with the Manufacture de Sèvres, a French factory renowned for its porcelain and longstanding history of working with artists.

An opening reception for the artist will be held on Friday, March 10 from 6 to 8 p.m.

Pace will publish a digital catalogue to accompany the exhibition, with an essay by Valérie Duponchelle.


Lee Ufan in Castello di Ama by Christophe C

Vernissage: October 9, 2016
Castello di Ama, Gaiole in Chianti, Siena, Italy

Castello di Ama is pleased to announce Topos (Excavated), a new installation by the renowned Korean artist Lee Ufan. This is the latest in a series of site-specific, permanent artworks for Castello di Ama for Contemporary Art, and the first project undertaken in collaboration with Philip Larratt-Smith, who was appointed curator of Ama last year.

[Full Press Release]

Château La Coste by Christophe C


May 29, 2016 - September 24, 2016
Château La Coste
2750 Route De La Cride
13610 Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade, France

Château La Coste, in collaboration with Lisson Gallery and galerie kamel mennour, is delighted to present an exhibition of new and recent work by Lee Ufan. Housed within a custom-built gallery space designed by French architect, Jean Michel Wilmotte, this is the second exhibition in Château La Coste’s art programme. [More info at the website]

Hermitage Museum: The Cane of Titan by Christophe C

March 16, 2016 - October 9, 2016
Hermitage Museum
Great Courtyard of the Winter Palace
2 Palace Square, St Petersburg, Russia, 190000

From the Museum website:

The Modern Art Department presents the show of The Cane of Titan by the minimalist Japanese (Korean) artist Lee Ufan staged as part of the “Sculpture in the Courtyard” project.