Seulgi Lee

Artforum says Lee’s newest (Slow Water at Incheon) conjures incredible sumptuousness (visual and symbolic) via astonishing restraint—producing a free-ranging post-Minimalism born of collaborations with traditional Korean artisans and spiked with mischievous enigmas.



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