The first monograph by American artist Austin Lee (b. 1983), this publication is an extensive presentation of the artist’s work, co-published with Carl Kostyal and designed by Bureau Borsche. Published on the occasion of his solo exhibition “Paradise” at Spazio Maiocchi, Milan in November 2019, the book features an essay by David Humphrey and an interview by Peter Schuyff. The work of the New York-based artist often explores the duality of technological advancement within reality and surrealism, creating uncanny and humorous figures by merging digital tools with traditional painting and sculpting techniques.

Release Date: US 2020 Spring 

Publisher: Kaleidoscope Media

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The first monograph by American artist Austin Lee (b. 1983), this publication is an extensive presentation of the artist’s work, co-published with Carl Kostyal and designed by Bureau Borsche. Published on the occasion of his solo exhibition “Paradise” at Spazio Maiocchi, Milan in November 2019, the book features an essay by David Humphrey and an interview by Peter Schuyff. The work of the New York-based artist often explores the duality of technological advancement within reality and surrealism, creating uncanny and humorous figures by merging digital tools with traditional painting and sculpting techniques.

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