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HOO

CHANG

LEE

(b. 1979)

 

Hoo Chang Lee (b 1979) creates glass installations and sculpture that experiment with the point between transparency and opaqueness. Lee's works often test the boundaries between the seen and unseen, questioning the transparency of humankind psychological complexity and existential identity.

Lee's recent work addresses the gaze - of seeing and of being seen - and the ways in which this duplicity mirrors the duality of one's existential identity. Through the use of glass and mirrors, the artist points towards the illusory nature of perception, suggesting that all visual experience is an illusion - a mere reflection of light.

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

2017

"Illusion" / EK Art Gallery, Seoul, Korea

"Illusion" / Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea \

 

2016

"Illusion" / Gallery We, Soul, Korea

"Illusion" / Jangeunsun Gallery, Seoul, Korea

 

2015

"Illusion" / Amway Gallery, Seoul, Korea

"Illusion" / LEE & Park Gallery, Paju Heyri, Korea

 

2014

"Illusion" / Hongkik Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea

"The Split of Gaze" / Jangseunsun Gallery, Seoul, Korea

 

2013

"The Split of Gaze" / Kwanhoo Gallery 1F, Seoul, Korea

 

 

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2017

LA Art Show, LA Convention Center, LA, USA

 

2016 Affordable Art Fair, Singapore

China-Korea International Sculpture Exhibition, Shandong Art Museum, China

 

2015

Singapore-Taiwan-Korea International Sculpture Exhibition, National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, Taiwan

China-Korea International Sculpture Exhibition, Gallery in Sculpture Association of China, China

 

2014

China-Japan -Korea International Sculpture Exhibition, Sculpture Museum of Qingda, China  

 

 

 

COLLECTIONS

 

ITGI Medical Design & Performance (Isreal), YAMAKI ART GALLERY (Japan), DAIICHI ART MUSEUM (Japan), HAITAI Company, Intercontinental Hotel, SIKONG Company, WOONAM Construction Company, HERB VILLAGE, JOHNHOUSE Company, SALIM Publishing Company, ART VALLEY, Public Limited Company DEUGYEONG

Look Into Myself, Glass, 11 4/5 × 9 4/5 × 7 9/10 in, 30 × 25 × 20 cm

Look Into Myself, Cast Glass, 16 x 14 x 24 cm