"Lê’s photos, presented on freestanding rectangular structures feel like their ghosts. What’s more, after the North Vietnamese victory in 1975 the new government began systematically wiping out the records, visual and otherwise, of what had been South Vietnam. That makes Crossing the Further Shore not only an artwork but also a historically significant archive." - Patricia Albers reviews "Dinh Q. Lê: True Journey Is Return" for @squarecylinder_artreviews . Read it now at http://bit.ly/DQLSquarecylinder. - Image: Dinh Q. Lê, "Crossing the Farther Shore," 2014. Found photographs, thread, and linen tape, seven parts, dimensions variable.. Photo by Nash Baker. "Dinh Q. Lê: True Journey Is Return" on view September 14, 2018–April 7, 2019 at San José Museum of Art.