Space for art, on a bridge by the sea
“Nowadays, paintings tend to be subordinate to architecture,” the New York-based Korean artist said. “So I focused on keeping the painting’s independence. While I was working, I talked with the architect many times about what the bridge containing my painting would look like.
“Now this space is not only a bridge but also an art gallery for my painting. It has a constant temperature and humidity and other conditions that are similar to a museum,” Lee said. “I hope this bridge will become the center of the training institute.” By Moon So-young