Lee Jae-Hyou (b.1965), Korea, Republic Of

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Sculpture, Wood, 195x125x40cm , 2014
Location:  The Nassim Basement 1, Singapore


Lee Jae Hyo is an internationally renowned Korean artist who transforms abandoned wood into arresting art pieces that seem to evoke contemplation and peace. Borrowing from nature, Lee reinterprets nature using forms that we are familiar with such as cubes, spheres, and other geometrical shapes. His well-placed wood sculptures together with the reflecting pools and greens quietly suggest Mother Nature at each of THE NASSIM’s drop-off lobbies.

Artist’s Biography

Lee Jae Hyo received his BFA in Plastic Arts and MFA from Hong-Ik University, Seoul, South Korea. Lee has won several art awards including Grand Prize Winner of Osaka Triennial, Winner of Young Artist of the Day presented by Minstry of Culture, and Prize of Excellence of 2008 Olympic Landscape Sculpture Contest.

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