Lindsey James Lee “Pain Thing”

Art Center Ongoing

poster for Lindsey James Lee “Pain Thing”

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Flood damage to his works during a 2013 typhoon in Manila prompted Lindsey James Lee to explore the idea of what gives art value through his own creative process. His “Pain Thing” series poses the question: What causes a painting to be considered art? If a painting is damaged, does its value decrease? How much time should a viewer afford to look at such works? Lee examines the various destinies and issues of painting through the same medium at this exhibition.

[Related Event]
Lindsey James Lee’s Ongoing Air Artist-in-Residence Presentation
The artist will speak on his impressions of Japan, Tokyo and Art Center Ongoing during her stay with the program. The talk will be followed by a farewell party.
Date: Dec. 21 (Sun) 19:00
Admission: 1000 (incl. snack, drink, and exhibit entry)



from December 18, 2014 to December 21, 2014



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