Desert comprises four series of works (each bound as a separate book and presented in a unique slipcase), all of which contain monochromatic images of arid lands. Stratigraphy etched into rock faces, massive stones, cave-like precipices and anthropomorphic fauna showcase an extensive compendium of the desert's many faces and textures. Each image focuses on the landscape's formal qualities, eschewing human presence, simultaneously evoking late 19th-century photography, while epitomising the stark modernity of Lee's lens. Published by Radius Books (Santa Fe).
188 pages, 4 volumes, 27.9 x 33 cm, hardcover, Radius Books (Santa Fe).