Pontone Gallery

Untitled -  Pablo Atchugarry

Pablo Atchugarry Untitled

Untitled -  Pablo Atchugarry

Pablo Atchugarry Untitled

Untitled -  Pablo Atchugarry

Pablo Atchugarry Untitled

Dreaming - Malcolm T. Liepke

Malcolm T. Liepke Dreaming

In Her Arms - Malcolm T. Liepke

Malcolm T. Liepke In Her Arms

Dance Club - Malcolm T. Liepke

Malcolm T. Liepke Dance Club

Couple in Bed - Malcolm T. Liepke

Malcolm T. Liepke Couple in Bed

Untitled -  Pablo Atchugarry

Pablo Atchugarry Untitled

Brush (Plate 5) -  Jungwoong Lee

Jungwoong Lee Brush (Plate 5)

Brush (Plate 4) -  Jungwoong Lee

Jungwoong Lee Brush (Plate 4)

Brush (Plate 12) -  Jungwoong Lee

Jungwoong Lee Brush (Plate 12)

Ruins Mona Lisa -  Lee Nam Lee

Lee Nam Lee Ruins Mona Lisa

Landscape of Wang Shichang -  Lee Nam Lee

Lee Nam Lee Landscape of Wang Shichang

Gogh - The Starry Night, Arles -  Lee Nam Lee

Lee Nam Lee Gogh - The Starry Night, Arles

0121-1110=115017 -  Jaehyo Lee

Jaehyo Lee 0121-1110=115017

0121-1110=115042 -  Jaehyo Lee

Jaehyo Lee 0121-1110=115042

0121-1110=116099 -  Jaehyo Lee

Jaehyo Lee 0121-1110=116099

0121-1110=111122 -  Jaehyo Lee

Jaehyo Lee 0121-1110=111122

0121-1110=117064 -  Jaehyo Lee

Jaehyo Lee 0121-1110=117064

0121-1110=116072 -  Jaehyo Lee

Jaehyo Lee 0121-1110=116072

0121-1110=1081221 -  Jaehyo Lee

Jaehyo Lee 0121-1110=1081221

Exhibiting Artists

  • Pablo Atchugarry  (+)

    Biography : Internationally acclaimed sculptor Pablo Atchugarry’s (born 1954 Uruguay) works form part of many major collections, both public and private. He has held more than 100 solo and collective exhibitions worldwide. His statue Seed of Hope stands in the garden of the Uruguayan parliament, whilst in the city of Lecco (Italy) he has his own museum. His work is based on the principal that the natural beauty of marble is enhanced if the form remains simple. Atchugarry’s simplicity consists of variations on linearity - while avoiding straight lines. The volumes do not have any sharp sides, corners become inclinations, grooves become pleats. He spends the majority of his year in Lecco, Italy, where he works primarily in Cararra marble and Portuguese pink marble.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Pablo Atchugarry - Untitled Untitled
    •  Pablo Atchugarry - Untitled Untitled
    •  Pablo Atchugarry - Untitled Untitled
    •  Pablo Atchugarry - Untitled Untitled

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  • Lee Jaehyo  (+)

    Biography : Lee Jaehyo is a Korean sculptor who has exhibited extensively in his homeland and in Europe. He has shown regularly at the Albemarle Gallery in London and now makes his debut at their new space, The Pontone Gallery. He makes free-standing sculptures and reliefs from humble, almost mundane, materials, principally logs and steel nails. These are transformed with great skill and hours of industrious toil into lustrous and refined objects. Their highly polished and burnished surfaces express an attention to detail and a painstaking concern for disclosing the innate beauty of the material. These unique forms are derived from the interdependence of man-made and natural. Their structural integrity relies on the contrasting combination of steel and wood. His sculptures are biomorphic in form. The shapes of egg, pod and amoeba, and the modular nature of their construction, speak to us of growth and reproduction. While we can see reference to the simple, cell-like, structures of nature, there are also allusions to the man-made in echoes of table, bench and seat. Some of these pieces are deliberately ambiguous; their function suddenly becomes contradictory: can you sit on a sculpture? Can you eat off one? They are inviting us to do so. At the same time we are only too aware of their status as ‘Art’. He makes us reconsider our relationship with the ‘everyday’, the taken-for-granted, material world. What is strongly expressed by Lee Jaehyo’s work is a concern for, and immersive appreciation of, the natural world. His winning from his environment of basic and almost unregarded material (logs, simple steel fixings and scrap nails) and their metamorphosis under his hands is compelling. This is the ordinary made luxurious by intervention, by a sculptor who can see the beauty in the commonplace, who exposes it with the craft skills of a master cabinet maker.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Jaehyo Lee - 0121-1110=1081221 0121-1110=1081221
    •  Jaehyo Lee - 0121-1110=116099 0121-1110=116099
    •  Jaehyo Lee - 0121-1110=111122 0121-1110=111122
    •  Jaehyo Lee - 0121-1110=117064 0121-1110=117064
    •  Jaehyo Lee - 0121-1110=116072 0121-1110=116072
    •  Jaehyo Lee - 0121-1110=115042 0121-1110=115042
    •  Jaehyo Lee - 0121-1110=115017 0121-1110=115017

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  • Lee Lee Nam  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Lee Nam Lee - Gogh - The Starry Night, Arles Gogh - The Starry Night, Arles
    •  Lee Nam Lee - Landscape of Wang Shichang Landscape of Wang Shichang
    •  Lee Nam Lee - Ruins Mona Lisa Ruins Mona Lisa

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    Also represented by:

  • Jungwoong Lee  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Jungwoong Lee - Brush (Plate 12) Brush (Plate 12)
    •  Jungwoong Lee - Brush (Plate 4) Brush (Plate 4)
    •  Jungwoong Lee - Brush (Plate 5) Brush (Plate 5)

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    Also represented by:

  • Malcolm T. Liepke  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    • Malcolm T. Liepke - Dreaming Dreaming
    • Malcolm T. Liepke - In Her Arms In Her Arms
    • Malcolm T. Liepke - Dance Club Dance Club
    • Malcolm T. Liepke - Couple in Bed Couple in Bed

    Also exhibited by:

    Also represented by:

Other Represented Artists

  • Lee Jinyong

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