This is a monograph of Korean artist Lee Seung-taek who has been producing experimental works since 1950s. Oh Sang-ghil wrote, 'Among the concepts most often mentioned in the work of Lee Seung-taek is 'non-sculpture'. He himself often used the term 'anti-concept' or 'non-sculpture', which is perhaps why most art critics interpret his work in this context. But he also used these concepts as a manifestation of his rejection of existing ideas and orders, meaning that his real work had no relation with any sculptural concept whose initial goal was plasticity. In the concept of non-sculpture, sculpture is neither anti- nor pro- in existing art, but a rupture and a direct rejection.' Artist biography is included in the monograph.
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