(he can now almost touch the moon)

(he can now almost touch the moon)

Lee Ka-sing
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Lee Ka-sing
(he can now almost touch the moon)
Work year 2010, from Z FICTION series

Limited edition, 16x20 inches
In edition of 10
Archival pigment print, 315 g/m UltraSmooth Fine Art paper
Signed on verso

This work is also available -
BIBLIOTHEKA edition, 8x10 inches
Archival pigment print, open edition
BIBLIOTHEKA stamp embossed
$200 each

Z FICTION is a series of photo-based work Lee Ka-sing created between 2008 and 2013. They are fictional and narrative, and each one is individual and self-contained. In the Z FICTION series, approximately 70 works have been made. A selection of the works have been exhibited in Hong Kong, China, Toronto and Basel.


"Lee Ka-sing started to write poetry at the tender age of fourteen. After ten years, photography took over poetry, and within the next two decades, poetry, in return, would greatly influence his thinking on photography. Today, fifty some years after he wrote the first poem, in a heartbeat he would say I write poem with photography. In the exhibition Camel was the Father of GPS, every photograph offers a poem, captured vividly with just one or two lines, the rest is clear - it is there to motivate, so let your imagination fly! There is no lack of response to his images. They discharge certain universal, mesmeric charms, not to dictate, but to unfold the many possibilities of reading. The images are personal yet impersonal, one poem leading to another, without a full stop."(written by Holly Lee, on the exhibition Camel was the Father of GPS)