An artist book that reinterprets Paul Lee's subtly-altered washcloth assemblages for the printed page. Eschewing the full-color offset reproductions typical of most monographs, Lee opts to publish these Modernist-inspired works as black-and-white xeroxes on colored paper—green, grey, blue, pink or purple paper whose color corresponds to the very color of the work itself. Much like the rest of Lee's work, Stills represents a deliberate lessening of highbrow aesthetics' lavish needs in favor of a humble material form that emphasizes the innumerable possibilities of visual pleasure latent in the objects of our everyday experience.

11 x 8 ½ inches (28 x 22 cm)
cloth-bound hardcover
98 pages, 74 b/w illustrations
edition of 200
An Art Service, 2010