ACAW 2011 Artist talk at Aperture Gallery : : April, 2011 -Artist Junglin Lee and art critic Vicki Goldberg link to the talk: http://artonair.org/play/10312/show/acaw-11-jungjin-lee-wind Dialogues in Asian Contemporary Art: ACAW 11: Jungjin Lee, Wind Hosted by Leeza Ahmady Originally aired on Monday, April 25th, 2011 Artist Jungjin Lee in discussion with photography critic and historian, Vicki Goldberg in conjunction with the artist’s exhibition and publication, entitled Wind. Lee, who received her undergraduate degree in ceramics, is a self-taught photographer with an MFA in Photography from NYU. She was also assistant to Robert Frank for many years. As a Korean, her documentation of her response to the American desert landscape, combined with her unconventional printing process using photo emulsion on Korean paper, bring a deliberately subjective and cultural perspective to her work. Introduced by Denise Wolf, book editor at Aperture. Recorded on March 26, 2011 at Aperature in association with the Asian Cultural Council.

ACAW 2011 Artist talk at Aperture Gallery : : April, 2011

-Artist Junglin Lee and art critic Vicki Goldberg

link to the talk: http://artonair.org/play/10312/show/acaw-11-jungjin-lee-wind

Dialogues in Asian Contemporary Art:

ACAW 11: Jungjin Lee, Wind
Hosted by Leeza Ahmady
Originally aired on Monday, April 25th, 2011

Artist Jungjin Lee in discussion with photography critic and historian, Vicki Goldberg in conjunction with the artist’s exhibition and publication, entitled Wind. Lee, who received her undergraduate degree in ceramics, is a self-taught photographer with an MFA in Photography from NYU. She was also assistant to Robert Frank for many years. As a Korean, her documentation of her response to the American desert landscape, combined with her unconventional printing process using photo emulsion on Korean paper, bring a deliberately subjective and cultural perspective to her work.

Introduced by Denise Wolf, book editor at Aperture. Recorded on March 26, 2011 at Aperature in association with the Asian Cultural Council.