Jocelyn Lee’s Solo Exhibition ‘The Appearance of Things’ at CMCA

In June, The Centre for Maine Contemporary Art in the United States will exhibit works by Jocelyn Lee, titled The Appearance of Things (16 June – 14 October 2018)

Throughout her career, Lee’s photographic practice has utilised portraiture as a tool to explore the tactile qualities of the living world. Her richly descriptive colour works emphasise the tonal and textural richness of foliage, fabrics and flesh. Lee is driven by existential themes, including those of sexuality, family, death and aging.

The Appearance of Things will span ten years of Lee’s career, showing a range of still lifes, portraits, and landscape photographs.

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