Jocelyn Lee, Late September #2, 2017
Minor Matters is pleased to be working with Jocelyn Lee in the development of her third monograph, with an anticipated pre-sales launch of March 2020. Her sensuous and thoughtful photographs of women within nature express elements of her own understanding of vulnerability and individual evolution.
Lee was born in Naples, Italy. She received her BA in philosophy and visual arts from Yale University, and her MFA in photography from Hunter College; she taught at the Maine College of Art from 1993–2001, and Princeton University from 2003–2012. She was a 2001 Guggenheim Fellow, and is also the recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) Fellowship, among others.
She has been published in The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, New York Magazine, Real Simple, Allegra (The Netherlands), DoubleTake, Harpers and others; her works are in numerous public and private collections, including Maison Europeen de la Photographie, Paris, France; The List Center at MIT, Cambridge, MA; The Museum Fokwang, Essen, Germany; The Portland Museum of Art; Portland, ME; The Nelson Atkins Museum, Kansas City, MO; The Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, NC; and The Museum of Fine Arts Houston.
Lee resides in Maine with her family. She is represented by Pace MacGill Gallery in New York, Huxley-Parlour Gallery in London, and Flatland Gallery in Amsterdam.