Nikki S. Lee


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Nikki S. Lee

Contributions by RoseLee Goldberg


2005. 88 pp., 64 ills.


23.50 x 28.70 cm

ISBN 978-3-7757-1672-7

The Korean artist Nikki S. Lee became internationally known for snapshot-style photographs in which she assumes a wide variety of ethnic and cultural identities. In her series entitled Parts, she explores how people use photography to express emotions: the intimacy of the long-term relationship, the oddity of the one-night stand, the over-rehearsed play of the failing love affair, whether staged in a hotel room or the back of a cab. Plainly stated, without irony, Lee ekes out the poignancy of the nature of contemporary attachments.

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