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Lee, Jungjin

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Item Description: Book Condition: New. Publisher/Verlag: Spector Books | Katalog zur Ausstellung im Fotomuseum Winterthur, 2016/2017 | Verschiedene Reisen führen Jungjin Lee Anfang der 1990er Jahren in die endlosen Weiten Amerikas, wo sie Wüsten, Felsen, Gestrüpp und Kakteen in archaischen Urmomenten festhält. Ihre fragmentarisch poetischen Bildserien beschrieb der große Robert Frank einmal als "landscapes without the human beast". Aus ihrer südkoreanischen Herkunft schöpfend entwickelte die Künstlerin in Werkgruppen wie Ocean, On Road, Pagodas, Things und Wind eine höchst eigenwillige Bildsprache, in der ihr elementares Interesse an Natur und Kultur einen poetischen Resonanzraum findet. Jungjin Lee greift in ihrem Schaffen auf ein tiefgreifendes Verständnis für Materialität, Textur und Handwerk zurück. Im Liquid-Light-Verfahren trägt sie mit grobem Pinsel flüssige, lichtempfindliche Emulsion auf Reispapier auf. Unsauberkeiten im Entwicklungsprozess und Fehlstellen in der Verarbeitung brechen mit dem vermeintlichen Wahrheitsan spruch der Fotografie. Die grossformatigen Abzüge von Jungjin Lee entfal ten eine physische Präsenz, die uns unmittelbar in ihren Bann zieht.Das Buch erscheint zur Ausstellung Jungjin Lee ECHO im Fotomuseum Winterthur. | Format: Hardback | Language/Sprache: german/deutsch | 654 gr | 305x220x12 mm | 124 pp. Bookseller Inventory # K9783959051231

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Photography) Jungjin Lee

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Jungjin Lee

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Item Description: Spectormag Gbr Okt 2016, 2016. Buch. Book Condition: Neu. Neuware - Verschiedene Reisen führen Jungjin Lee Anfang der 1990er Jahren in die endlosen Weiten Amerikas, wo sie Wüsten, Felsen, Gestrüpp und Kakteen in archaischen Urmomenten festhält. Ihre fragmentarisch poetischen Bildserien beschrieb der große Robert Frank einmal als 'landscapes without the human beast'. Aus ihrer südkoreanischen Herkunft schöpfend entwickelte die Künstlerin in Werkgruppen wie Ocean, On Road, Pagodas, Things und Wind eine höchst eigenwillige Bildsprache, in der ihr elementares Interesse an Natur und Kultur einen poetischen Resonanzraum findet. Jungjin Lee greift in ihrem Schaffen auf ein tiefgreifendes Verständnis für Materialität, Textur und Handwerk zurück. Im Liquid-Light-Verfahren trägt sie mit grobem Pinsel flüssige, lichtempfindliche Emulsion auf Reispapier auf. Unsauberkeiten im Entwicklungsprozess und Fehlstellen in der Verarbeitung brechen mit dem vermeintlichen Wahrheitsan spruch der Fotografie. Die grossformatigen Abzüge von Jungjin Lee entfal ten eine physische Präsenz, die uns unmittelbar in ihren Bann zieht. Das Buch erscheint zur Ausstellung Jungjin Lee ECHO im Fotomuseum Winterthur. 124 pp. Englisch, Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783959051231

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Jungjin Lee

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Item Description: Spectormag Gbr Okt 2016, 2016. Buch. Book Condition: Neu. Neuware - Verschiedene Reisen führen Jungjin Lee Anfang der 1990er Jahren in die endlosen Weiten Amerikas, wo sie Wüsten, Felsen, Gestrüpp und Kakteen in archaischen Urmomenten festhält. Ihre fragmentarisch poetischen Bildserien beschrieb der große Robert Frank einmal als 'landscapes without the human beast'. Aus ihrer südkoreanischen Herkunft schöpfend entwickelte die Künstlerin in Werkgruppen wie Ocean, On Road, Pagodas, Things und Wind eine höchst eigenwillige Bildsprache, in der ihr elementares Interesse an Natur und Kultur einen poetischen Resonanzraum findet. Jungjin Lee greift in ihrem Schaffen auf ein tiefgreifendes Verständnis für Materialität, Textur und Handwerk zurück. Im Liquid-Light-Verfahren trägt sie mit grobem Pinsel flüssige, lichtempfindliche Emulsion auf Reispapier auf. Unsauberkeiten im Entwicklungsprozess und Fehlstellen in der Verarbeitung brechen mit dem vermeintlichen Wahrheitsan spruch der Fotografie. Die grossformatigen Abzüge von Jungjin Lee entfal ten eine physische Präsenz, die uns unmittelbar in ihren Bann zieht. Das Buch erscheint zur Ausstellung Jungjin Lee ECHO im Fotomuseum Winterthur. 124 pp. Englisch, Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783959051231

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Jungjin Lee

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Item Description: Spectormag Gbr Okt 2016, 2016. Buch. Book Condition: Neu. Neuware - Verschiedene Reisen führen Jungjin Lee Anfang der 1990er Jahren in die endlosen Weiten Amerikas, wo sie Wüsten, Felsen, Gestrüpp und Kakteen in archaischen Urmomenten festhält. Ihre fragmentarisch poetischen Bildserien beschrieb der große Robert Frank einmal als 'landscapes without the human beast'. Aus ihrer südkoreanischen Herkunft schöpfend entwickelte die Künstlerin in Werkgruppen wie Ocean, On Road, Pagodas, Things und Wind eine höchst eigenwillige Bildsprache, in der ihr elementares Interesse an Natur und Kultur einen poetischen Resonanzraum findet. Jungjin Lee greift in ihrem Schaffen auf ein tiefgreifendes Verständnis für Materialität, Textur und Handwerk zurück. Im Liquid-Light-Verfahren trägt sie mit grobem Pinsel flüssige, lichtempfindliche Emulsion auf Reispapier auf. Unsauberkeiten im Entwicklungsprozess und Fehlstellen in der Verarbeitung brechen mit dem vermeintlichen Wahrheitsan spruch der Fotografie. Die grossformatigen Abzüge von Jungjin Lee entfal ten eine physische Präsenz, die uns unmittelbar in ihren Bann zieht. Das Buch erscheint zur Ausstellung Jungjin Lee ECHO im Fotomuseum Winterthur. 124 pp. Englisch, Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783959051231

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Jungjin Lee

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Item Description: Spectormag Gbr Okt 2016, 2016. Buch. Book Condition: Neu. Neuware - Verschiedene Reisen führen Jungjin Lee Anfang der 1990er Jahren in die endlosen Weiten Amerikas, wo sie Wüsten, Felsen, Gestrüpp und Kakteen in archaischen Urmomenten festhält. Ihre fragmentarisch poetischen Bildserien beschrieb der große Robert Frank einmal als 'landscapes without the human beast'. Aus ihrer südkoreanischen Herkunft schöpfend entwickelte die Künstlerin in Werkgruppen wie Ocean, On Road, Pagodas, Things und Wind eine höchst eigenwillige Bildsprache, in der ihr elementares Interesse an Natur und Kultur einen poetischen Resonanzraum findet. Jungjin Lee greift in ihrem Schaffen auf ein tiefgreifendes Verständnis für Materialität, Textur und Handwerk zurück. Im Liquid-Light-Verfahren trägt sie mit grobem Pinsel flüssige, lichtempfindliche Emulsion auf Reispapier auf. Unsauberkeiten im Entwicklungsprozess und Fehlstellen in der Verarbeitung brechen mit dem vermeintlichen Wahrheitsan spruch der Fotografie. Die grossformatigen Abzüge von Jungjin Lee entfal ten eine physische Präsenz, die uns unmittelbar in ihren Bann zieht. Das Buch erscheint zur Ausstellung Jungjin Lee ECHO im Fotomuseum Winterthur. 124 pp. Englisch, Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783959051231

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Jungjin Lee

Published by Mack (2014)

ISBN 10: 1907946500 ISBN 13: 9781907946509

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Jungjin Lee

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Item Description: Mack, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. First Edition, Second Printing. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Bookseller Inventory # 1907946500

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Jungjin Lee

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Jungjin, Lee and Jungjin Lee:

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Item Description: Book Condition: Wie neu. Mack Books, London. 2014. First edition, first printing. Signed by Lee Jungjin! New, mint, unread. Still originally shrink-wrapped in publisher`s plastic foil; only opened once for signature. Leporello bound hardcover. 226 x 260 mm. 106 pages. 45 tritone plates. Perfect condition! Signed by the artist! Collector`s copy! "For Jungjin Lee, photographing the landscape is an exploration of her own mind - the introspective states of the artist, whose photographic gaze is insistent and transformative. Her latest project Unnamed Road approaches the contested territories of Israel and the West Bank by turning to the landscape. Her black-and-white images are self-contained worlds of stillness and wonder, as Lee searches for something constant in the life of the landscape. Her images suggest that despite the semblance of fluctuation, some fundamental truths do not alter: just as the surface of the ocean is constantly in flux, its depths in fact remain unchanged and enduring. Lee, who describes her photographic state as "meditative", regards the act of photography as emotional and experiential, a moment when `that absolute "echo" within myself travels through time and space`. Yet she struggled to find neutrality in a charged territory that she describes as `uncomfortable`; it was only in final trips to sites in 2011 that she found distance - thus opening out the work to signify more that Israel and its conflict. Lee`s work is often concerned with the materiality of printing technique, and for twenty years she has utilised a liquid photo-sensitive emulsion brushed on handmade rice paper, a method akin to painting. In Unnamed Road, for the first time digital processes were employed; and yet the images remain explorations of chance and imperfection, drawing the viewer into a realm where fullness of vision is the subject matter. Jungjin Lee is a Korean photographer, who has published several monographs including: On Road/Ocean (2001), and Wind (2009). After artistic training in Korea she spent ten years in America studying photography, attracted to the marginalised American spaces rather than their inhabitants. Her work has been exhibited in numerous galleries and museums internationally including The Met, New York and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; and her photographs are included in the collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Houston Museum of Fine Art, and other prestigious institutions worldwide.***************Mack Books, London. 2014. Erstausgabe. Originalausgabe. Signiert von Lee Jungjin! Neu, ungelesen, verlagsfrisch. Noch original-verschweisst in der Plastikfolie des Verlags; nur einmal geöffnet für die Signatur. Leporello bound hardcover. 226 x 260 mm. 106 Seiten. 45 Tafeln in Tritone. Perfekter Zustand! Signiert von Lee Jungjin! Sammler-Exemplar! Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1600. Bookseller Inventory # 21746

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Vicki Goldberg, Eugenia Parry, Jungjin Lee (Photographer)

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Lee, Jungjin

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Item Description: Mack, 2014. First Edition, First Printing. SIGNED COPY - FIRST EDITION & FIRST PRINTING - Mack, 2014. Hardcover in pictorial boards. First Edition, First Printing. 106 pages with numerous black and white photographic images throughout. SIGNED by Jungjin Lee. BOOK CONDITION: New/Fine (shrinkwrapped after signing). SIGNED For Jungjin Lee, photographing the landscape is an exploration of her own mind - the introspective states of the artist, whose photographic gaze is insistent and transformative. Her latest project Unnamed Road approaches the contested territories of Israel and the West Bank by turning to the landscape. Her black-and-white images are self-contained worlds of stillness and wonder, as Lee searches for something constant in the life of the landscape. Her images suggest that despite the semblance of fluctuation, some fundamental truths do not alter: just as the surface of the ocean is constantly in flux, its depths in fact remain unchanged and enduring. Bookseller Inventory # 1157

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Jungjin Lee: Everglades, Special Limited Edition (with: LEE, Jungjin

LEE, Jungjin

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Item Description: Nazraeli Press, Paso Robles, California, 2016. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Price is net to all; promotional discounts do not apply.SPECIAL ORDER. PRICING & AVAILABILITY SUBJECT TO CHANGE.SHIPPING NOTE: Due to size and weight, additional shipping fees apply (calculated at checkout).First edition, first printing. Special limited edition of 25 copies featuring an original exhibition quality print, numbered and signed by Lee, and presented with a signed copy of the book in a custom clamshell box. Hardcover. Cloth-covered boards; with photographically illustrated dust jacket; contained in a custom, cloth-covered clamshell box. Photographs by Jungjin Lee. Unpaginated, with duotone plates throughout finely printed on uncoated Japanese art paper. This first edition was limited to 2000 copies. New in publisher's packaging. From the publisher: "The photographs in this book were made by Jungjin Lee in the Everglades for the Norton Museum of Art's exhibition 'Imaging Eden.' Bringing her unique meditative approach to this subject, Lee captured a sense of stillness in the constantly moving landscape -- one inhabited by endangered species like the manatee, the American crocodile, and the elusive Florida panther. Her photography is imbued with elemental vastness and wonder. Using a multilayered process that integrates elements of painting, Lee's photographs exude a materiality not often found in photography.The Florida Everglades is one of the most extensive and complex wetlands on our planet. It has been declared an International Biosphere Reserve, a World Heritage Site, and a Wetland of International Importance. It is the third-largest national park in the lower 48 states.Beautifully printed on lush uncoated Japanese paper, Everglades is limited to 2,000 copies presented in a green cloth slipcase; both book and slipcase were designed by the artist herself. Jungjin Lee's photography is imbued with elemental vastness and wonder. A former assistant of Robert Frank, she creates large scale landscapes employing a unique interplay between image and material. Jungjin Lee was born in South Korea in 1961. Her photographs have been widely published and exhibited internationally, and are housed in many important collections, including those of the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Whitney Museum of American Art; FNAC, Paris; the LA Museum of Art; and Houston Museum of Fine Art." Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 112736

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