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IL LEE

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IL LEE, Franklin-BL and Franklin-BK, 2014, etching on paper

IL LEE, Franklin-BL and Franklin-BK, 2014, etching on paper, each: 26 1/8 x 18 1/8 inches (66.4 x 46 cm), edition of 20

IL LEE, Wind-R and Wind-BK, 2014, etching on paper, each: 26 x 17 1/8 inches

IL LEE, Wind-R and Wind-BK, 2014, etching on paper, each: 26 x 17 1/8 inches (66 x 43.5 cm), edition of 20

IL LEE, West-R and West-BK, 2014, etching on paper, each: 26 x 17 inches (66 x 43.2 cm), edition of 20

IL LEE, Dalian-BL and Dalian-BK, 2014

IL LEE, Dalian-BL and Dalian-BK, 2014, etching on paper, each: 26 x 17 1/8 inches (66 x 43.5 cm), edition of 20

IL LEE, Dalian-BK and Dalian-R, 2014

IL LEE, Dalian-BK and Dalian-R, 2014, etching on paper, each: 26 x 17 1/8 inches (66 x 43.5 cm), edition of 20

IL LEE, Robert-BL and Robert-BK, 2014, etching on paper

IL LEE, Robert-BL and Robert-BK, 2014, etching on paper, each: 26 x 17 inches (66 x 43.2 cm), edition of 20

IL LEE, McGuinness-R, 2014, etching on paper, 20 x 23 1/8 inches (50.8 x 58.7 cm), edition of 20

IL LEE, McGuinness-BK, 2014, etching on paper, 20 x 23 1/8 inches (50.8 x 58.7 cm), edition of 20

Named after the streets of Greenpoint in Brooklyn, Il Lee’s Greenpoint series of limited-edition etching prints are evocative of his most recent ballpoint works that depart from his seemingly endless flowing lines. This recent focus on the etching process allows Lee to extend his lexicon of mark-making and through this experimentation and exploration, Lee has recently been altering the character of his well known, form giving, energetically looping line. In works like Franklin, the lines that overlap to create form are straight and of discrete lengths. In other works like Wind, forms flow freely off the edge as if they could continue forever.

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