SELECTED press + publications
Body By Nathalie Herschodorfer, Thames and Hudson
In a world of selfies and body shaming, Photoshopping and gender fluidity, body image has never been more at the forefront of popular cultural dialogue. Body is a definitive, democratic statement at a time when our fixation with images of the human form is greater than ever before.
Nathalie Herschdorfer is a curator and art historian specializing in the history of photography. She is the director of the Museum of Fine Arts in Le Locle, Switzerland.
Derriere les Apparances Causette Magazine, March 5, 2019
Happy Reader #13 Penguin Classics, Contributors include Geoff Dyer / Deborah Levy / Sadie Stein, among others.
Jocelyn Lee’s Painterly Portraits of Nudes, June 15, 2018
Jocelyn Lee - The Appearance of Things, The Eye of Photography, July
Jocelyn Lee: The Appearance of Things, fisheye, June
Transient Moments, Aesthetica Magazine, 11 April
The Unclothed Body is Our Primary Vessel : Photographing Vulnerability, Miss Rosen, AnOther Magazine. April 20
Vulnerability, Miss Rosen, AnOther Magazine. April 20
Maine’s Mini-Mecca: Contemporary on the Coast, Greg Morell, artscope Magazine, July 5
Jocelyn Lee’s first UK solo exhibition surveys the Appearance of Things, Lucy Bourton, It’s Nice That, 19 April
Jocelyn Lee Explores the Cycle of Life in Photography Exhibition in Rockland, Bob Keyes, Maine Today (Portland Press Herald), June 18
10 Must-See Artists at AIPAD’s Photography Show, Artsy, April 5
Photo London Top 5, Lee Sharrock, FAD Magazine, May 17
The Appearance of Things: vita e more nelle foto di Jocelyn Lee, Claudia Fuggetti, Collater.al, 25 July
Jocelyn Lee Captures The Appearance of Things, Rosie Flanagan, ignant, July 23
Art Review, Dan Kany, Portland Press Herald, July 15
2013 Photo Raw, Helsinki, Finland; Jocelyn Lee: Women are Beautiful
2012 The New Yorker, Creatures, Text by Marisa Silver, Photographs by Jocelyn Lee, December 2012
Snoeks, Jocelyn Lee: Naakt is kwetsbaar is schoon, Text by Leslie Van Hecke, Photographs by Jocelyn Lee, Genc. , Fotograftaki Kadin!, Photographs by Jocelyn Lee, May 2012
2011 Nowhere But Here, Monograph, Photographs by Jocelyn Lee , Steidl Publishing
2008 Presumed Innocent, The DeCordova Museum. Book plublication to accompany exhibition. February.
2007 The New Yorker, Review of Grounded, Pace MacGill Gallery, May.
2005 The New Yorker, Review of Made in the Shade at Pace MacGill Gallery, August.
2003 The Boston Phoenix, “The Power of Paper”, review of show at Bernard Toale Gallery. June 5.
2001 The New Yorker, "Jocelyn Lee", review of LFL Gallery Show, May 7.
The Village Voice, Voice Choices: "Jocelyn Lee", review, May 8.
Antiques and the Arts Weekly, "Local Color: 6 Maine Photographers show contemporary work at PMA", February.
Maine Sunday Telegram, "Local Color", April 1
2000 The Boston Globe, "Artists explore transformations, real and implied". Review of the exhibition at The Rose Art Museum. December.
Paperback publication of The Youngest Parents, W.W. Norton and Co. and DoubleTake Books.
Photographing Maine 1840-2000, catalogue and CD-ROM, Center for Maine, Contemporary Art, Maine Coast Artists, Rockport, Maine.
1998 The Times Literary Supplement, review The Youngest Parents, March.
1997 The Youngest Parents. Text by Robert Coles; photographs by Jocelyn Lee and John Moses. W.W. Norton and Co. and DoubleTake Books.
The Today Show, interview with Robert Coles and presentation of photographs from The Youngest Parents. July 1.
DoubleTake magazine, The Youngest Parents, photographs by Jocelyn Lee and John Moses. Durham, North Carolina. Issue # 7. Pages 31-40.
Publishers Weekly, review The Youngest Parents, February 10.
Boston Phoenix, review The Youngest Parents, June.
The New Yorker, review in "Briefly Noted": The Youngest Parents. Sept.
The New Leader, “How it Goes for Some Folks," Review, New York. Sept.
The Wilson Journal, photograph from The Youngest Parents, The
Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC.
Un Siècle de Liens Amoureux Aimer, photograph from The Youngest
Parents, Editions du Chene, Paris, France.
1996 Art New England, “Four Photographers," review of exhibition at Icon
Contemporary Art. Winter Issue.