"Like a craft-store Andy Warhol, Lê simplifies or obscures faces and turns landscape features into mere blocks of bright color. He also arrays 3-D lattices over and under parts of the pictures, echoing those detention-camp fences. The contrast between picture and decoration, Lê writes, is 'reflective of the tension within my identity.'"
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Image: We’re Still Ok (2019) by Khanh H. Le. (Khanh H. Le/Photo: Daniel Delgado)