Explosions of color signify a landscape, real or imagined
To behold a painting or sculpture by the Korean artist and philosopher Lee Ufan is to feel suspended in a single breath longer than seems biologically possible.
"As an abstract painter, I work with things that I cannot see," says Jack Whitten.
In her immersive dreamscapes, Mori transforms the celestial attendants of Buddhist art into pastel-colored aliens.
Using the medium of mass culture, Nauman brought high-brow questions about the role of art to broader society.
Viola’s multi-channel video installations experiment with meditative states and the manipulation of time.