Art In America

Lee Bul

at Lehmann Maupin,
201 Chrystie St.

While there are several biomorphic, sequin-skinned sculptures and intricate, architectural drawings in Lee Bul's exhibition, the star of the show is undoubtedly Via Negativa II (2014), a mazelike illuminated mirrored room installed in a gallery with a mirrored floor. It's like one of Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Rooms, but more disorienting, and there's no line to get in.

 

 

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