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Lee Ufan was one of the first Contemporary artists of Japan who also created a movement. Lee Ufan was born in Kyonsang, namdu, Korea in the year 1936. Ufan works leans toward the Minimalist genre.

Ufan attended the School of Art at Seoul National University before graduating with a degree in philosophy at Nihon University.

The artist often uses steel and stone in his sculpture works. The artist likes to mix nature with human forged materials.

In this clip we view some great works that were in a garden exhibition of the artist’s work:

Price range information: Works range from $10,000 to $1 million dollars.

The artist splits his time between Japan and France.

Ufan works in oils, watercolor, chalk, and ink.

In this clip a great interview with the artist:

Ufan does a great job at creating unique organic shapes.