hexagon




Korean Contemporary Art Book 029
Lee, Ke-Sook
Korean/English, 192 pages 
Color illustration, soft cover
6 x 7 x ½ in
Published by Hexagon Publishing Co., October 12, 2015
http://mobile.kyobobook.co.kr/showcase/book/KOR/9788998145521
 
Essays:
Making the thread dance: Ode to Sprout II
by Kris Imants Ercums PhD, Curator of Global Contemporary Art and Asian Art
Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas

Ke-Sook Lee: One Hundred Faceless Women
by Park, Young Sook, Feminist Photo Artist, Trunk Gallery Director, Seoul
Faceless Women One Hundred Faceless Women
Ke-Sook Lee
English, 100 pages
Color illustration, soft cover
9 ½ x 8 x ¼ in
Published by blurb Publishing Co., 2012
Book order: www.blurb.com/b/3072095-one-hundred-faceless-women

Essay:
Ke-Sook Lee: One Hundred Faceless Women
by Elisabeth Kirsch, Art Historian
The Female Gaze The Female Gaze
WOMEN ARTIST MAKING THEIR WORLD
English, 336 pages
9 ½ x 11 ¼ x2 in
Color illustration, hard cover
Published in 2012, conjunction with the exhibition at the
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, November 2012– April 2013
Distributed by Hudson Hills Press

Introduction and Acknowledgement:
Robert Cozzolino, Senior Curator and Curator of Modern Art
Acknowledgement: Linda Lee Alter


Pricked Pricked: Extream Embroidery
English, 109 pages 
Color illustration, soft cover
8 ¼ x 11 ¼ x 1/4 in
Published by the Museum of Arts & Design
in conjunction with the exhibition
“Pricked: Extreme Embroidery”
November 8, 2007 –March 9, 2008

Essay by
David Revere McFadden
Chief Curator Museum of Arts & Design

10 Charlotte Street Foundation 10
English, 172 pages 
Color illustration, soft cover
11 x 7 ¾ x ¾ in
Published by the Charlotte Street Foundation
in conjunction with the 10th Anniversary Celebration
2007

Introduction:
David Hughes jr., Director of the Charlotte Street Foundation
Essay on Ke-Sook Lee:
Elisabeth Kirsch, Art Historian