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Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee | Something Curated

The Best of Photo London

“Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee’s practice includes photography, text and installation. Navigating the intricacies that arise out of history and memory, themes of displacement and nostalgia weave in and out of her storytelling whilst working upon central human issues such as belonging and loss. Drawing from the politics of identity, ethnography, and linguistics, her work is an attempt to re-examine the structures of recall and perception. Lee also runs XING, an online collective shedding light on the trailblazing lives of East and Southeast Asian women today.”

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Bunga pisang (banana flower)  by Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee

Bunga pisang (banana flower) by Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee

Herman Rahman | The Guardian

'Brooklyn gangs and a glimpse behind North Korea’s closed regime are just two of the highlights of this year’s Photo London festival.'

Photo London is at Somerset House London, 16-19 May 2019

We Travelled in Moonlight, 2018

From the series Han, by Herman Rahman, which traces the history of North Korea, relying largely on archival imagery and found text

Photograph: © The artist, courtesy A.I. Gallery/Herman Rahman

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