Art Nerd New York | Los Angeles

Jaehyo Lee’s Wood Slicing in Union Square

The pedestrian island across from the chaos of Union Square is home to a somewhat serene sculpture for the next few months. Jaehyo Lee’s smoothed woodcut pieces burst upward, like a giant wooden champagne flute. (maybe that’s just wishful thinking). Called LOTUS, the sculpture exposes the materials used- revealing natural wood grain, bark, and the obvious cuts and smoothing from the tools that Lee used. The piece feels a little like nature in the weird desolate island in front of Fuerza Bruta and Starbucks.

It’s up until October.

Lotus1 Lotus3 Lotus2

Comments
One Response to “Jaehyo Lee’s Wood Slicing in Union Square”
Trackbacks
Check out what others are saying...


Leave A Comment

Clicky Web Analytics