LIVING WITH ART
Joy of appreciating art comes from correspondence. I hope that various
shapes of art objects can correspond and create a brand new space,
which transcends time and boundaries.
Lee Ufan, The Art of Blankness, Seoul, 2002.
Correspondence in shape, correspondence in origins.
Confronting objects coming from various regions, cultures and
traditions creates stimulating dialogues within the space. Continuing
last year’s success on Chinese contemporary design, Christie’s
is delighted to reveal here thirty-five unique or very limited edition
pieces produced in conjunction with local masters of their craft from
China, Japan and Korea.
Focusing on Asia, we have invited three internationally recognised
architects and designers to create their own interior inspired by the
objects offered in the Chinese and Asian Contemporary Design
Their impressive drawings reveal three very different eyes but equally
gifted eyes: Jiang Qionger from China, Kengo Kuma from Japan and
Byoungsoo Cho from Korea.
International Director, Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art