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Thinker
2014
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LEE Kuang-Yu
Thinker
2014
Gold Foil
127x130x227 (cm)
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Thinker was inspired by the Metteyya Buddha image of Eastern culture. With concise, light, unhurried but powerful line transition, Lee Kuang-Yu depicts the expression of a person deep in thought. The work also borrows the creative meaning of “between the real and the incorporeal” of eastern art, using a plate-shaped structure to form a spatial style in which real and unreal are intertwined. No matter where he is, the thinker merges into the surrounding space, the space around becomes his own spiritual world, like entering a place with no one else during deep contemplation. And it is the essence of “All reality is a phantom, and all phantoms are real.”

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Lee Kuang-Yu was born in 1954 in Taiwan. In the early 1970, he entered the Department of Sculpture of the National College of Arts. Following graduation in 1975, he went to Spain to study western sculptural technique and theory. On returning to Ta ...
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KEYWORDS
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2015, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2007, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2008, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 1996, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2013, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2014, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 1988, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 1995, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2013, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2013, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2013, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2006, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 1991, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2015, Sculpture
LEE Kuang-Yu, 2013, Sculpture