Opening follows Korean artist Jungjin Lee’s 2016 photobook Everglades and consists of a series of photographs of deserts and mountain views taken in Canada, Arizona and New Mexico.
The photobook features an accordian-style binding, allowing the book to fold out into two different panorama views.
“Jungjin Lee creates images that are poetic, disturbing, and bewitching and which incite our introspection. They are an “echo” of her inner being. Like the photographer Robert Frank, for whom she had been an assistant, Lee is thoroughly convinced that an image acts like a poem that we wish to read again and again.” — Thomas Seelig (director of the Fotomuseum Winterthur)