Lee Bul is a contemporary artist from South Korea, whose artistic practice spans the mediums of sculpture, painting and performance, video and installation. Considered as one of the foremost Asian artists to emerge from the international art scene in the 1990s, she represented South Korea in the 1999 Venice Biennale and her work has been exhibited at museums throughout the world.
Lee Bul: Crashing is a comprehensive monograph presenting her most iconic works over the last 30 years, from documentation of early performances and colourful works on paper to staggering installation commissions. Taking visual cues from the pop-cultural forms of anime and manga, her art is both striking and accessible.
Texts by Stephanie Rosenthal, Michael Amy, Laura Colombino and Yeon Shim Chung.
Illustrated interview features illustrations by Alison Sampson.
270 x 210 mm
Designed by Melanie Mues