'Dinh Q. Lê's photographic art weaves multiple strands of identity and experience, history and memory, mythology and reality, conflict and resolution. In a uniquely disciplined collage form, he illuminates the complex interactions of his two homelands—Vietnam and the United States. Apparent contradictions are transformed into visual ebb and flow, cultural give and take. Lê's art is well served by Christopher Mile's warmly intelligent essay and Moira Roth's creative weavings of her thoughts and her dialogues with the artist. The art is stunning, and its fabric of issues is moving... and all too timely.' —Lucy Lippard, quote from inside flap
With artist's biography and selected bibliography.
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