Gallery Network - Richard Levy Gallery
Archival pigment print
Edition 2 of 15
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Jocelyn Lee (American, b. 1962).
This work is framed with archival treatment including a museum acrylic surface.
Lee creates photographs of ephemera and figures that are reminiscent of 17th-century Dutch painting. Lee uses dramatic lighting to enhance the cinematic quality of her photographs. The stillness of each image is reflective of her slow and meditative process, and her photographs of women and girls are mysterious and intimate. Each portrait reveals the subject’s vulnerability through body language and nudity.
Throughout her career, Jocelyn Lee has utilized portraiture as a tool to explore the tactile qualities of the living world. Her works emphasize the tonal and textural richness of environment and flesh. Lee is driven by existential themes, including those of sexuality, family, death and aging.
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This work is in excellent condition.