Over 40 years, Heesang Lee has been dedicated himself to analog black and white photograph and mastered his own gelatin silver prints to perfect his artworks.
In Desolation, he sheds new light on the neglected subjects and scenery and brings them to life in his critical view.
His gaze is always outside the boundary. It is free, but lonely and insecure outside boundaries. It is a sense of desolation as if he looks the noisy outside world from inside a vacuum tube.
He observes the outside world in solitude and depicts the reality to seek the true meaning of life.
Underneath a refined and dry expression, his photos show his deep affection for humanity.