9 x 11 inches
112 pages
80 four-color images

Published by Hatje-Cantz
Distributed in the
U.S. by D.A.P.

Edited by Lesley A. Martin in association with Umbrage Editions

Nikki S. Lee: Projects
Essay by Russell Ferguson, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art
Iinterview with the photographer by Gilbert Vicario, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

Nikki S. Lee: Projects, published by Hatje-Cantz, is part street-photography, part performance art. In a series of extraordinary transformations, this young, Korean-born conceptual artist unfolds a multiplicity of lives and identities documented through the lens of her point-and-shoot camera as she “becomes” a young punk hanging out in the East Village, a Connecticut-based exotic dancer, a senior citizen picking through the thrift stores in Murray Hill.

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