The MMCA will host a retrospective of Lee Seung Taek, (b. 1932), a key figure of experimental art in Korea who played a pioneering role in Korean contemporary art. This exhibition looks back on the sixty-year career of the artist, who worked in various genres, including installation, objet d'art, painting, photography, land art, and performance art, experimenting endlessly to question existing art concepts and institutions. This exhibition examines the artist's original body of work and its significance in art history. Works considered include Godret Stone and other works in the “binding” series; Wind, Burning Canvases Floating on the River, and other works in the series of “non-sculptures” that incorporated natural phenomena such as fire, smoke, fog, wind, and sound in art; and Earth Performance, Drawing Waves on Sand, and other works in the series that intervened with space. The exhibition will explore early drawings, archived documents, and unpublished works and reexamine the artist's position through reproduction and restoration.