This exhibit features street photography Michael Lee captured in several US cities between 2010 and 2015, covertly and overtly photographing people.
“I take photos of subjects that interest me, and what captures my interest is not always explicable,” Lee says. “When I began this project, I did not have in mind the theme of loneliness. Whether conscious or subliminal, the resulting theme of loneliness is what my mind’s eye focused on and what I photographed.”
Lee is the creator of a series of photos of Helena-area Vietnam veterans that is now archived in the Montana Military Museum. He also has works archived at Stanford University.
This artist is a Myrna Loy Grants to Artists recipient.