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This is the first comprehensive documentation of the works and ideas of Danny Lee, one of the most renowned contemporary sculptors of Hong Kong. Providing an overview of the last two decades, Sculpture of Reflections is richly illustrated and supplemented with critiques, quotations, references, travel memories and snapshots from the artist’s life. Lee’s sculptures are informed by the essence of Chinese ink paintings. Starting with the Landscape series, his works have evolved into those such as City, Dewdrop and Cloud as they drew references from seemingly insignificant aspects of life. With his rich material vocabulary, Lee transforms his subject matter into three-dimensional poetry. Lee is particularly adept at integrating his works into public spaces, allowing them to speak to us at the moment of encounter and open our hearts to introspection.
About Alice Choi
About the artist
Danny Lee is a renowned Hong Kong sculptor whose works have been shown both locally and internationally. Among his most prominent creations are public commissions, including sculpture for Hong Kong International Airport, City Art Square, Nam Cheong MTR Station, and the six-foot Olympic Cauldron for the Hong Kong Olympic Equestrian Venue. Lee’s works can also be seen in such institutions as the Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Hong Kong Heritage Museum.
About the editor
Alice Choi obtained her Bachelor’s in social science from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and earned a BA (fine arts) from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University and the Hong Kong Art School in 2007. She also obtained an instructor qualification from Mr. Brian Bomeisler (the son of Dr Betty Edward) in New York in 2008. Choi has contributed to various local art publications as editor, translator and feature writer, including White Text, Oasis: Artists’ Studios in Hong Kong Vol.1 and 2, and art exhibition catalogues. She has participated in a number of group exhibitions since 2006, and had her first solo exhibition, Rereading, in 2008. She was a finalist of the Philippe Charriol Foundation 2006 Art Competition.