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Viet’s Interview on Vietnamese Art

In the most recent issue of Arts Illustrated, Viet Thanh Nguyen was interviewed to discuss his personal journey as a writer, his work on identity and the arts, the Vietnam War, DiaCRITICS, and much more. This article was originally published in Arts Illustrated, volume 1, issue no. 2, pages 75 – 80 (August – September 2013). For best visual […]

Let’s Talk: On Art, Communism and Controversy

I’m proud to be a Vietnamese American, but on some days I’m sad to be one. This is one of those days, in the aftermath of the forced, premature closure of “FOB II: Art Speaks,” the show of fifty-plus art works by Vietnamese American artists organized by Orange County’s Vietnamese American Arts and Letters Association […]

Vietnam and the Art of Dinh Q. Lê

Published in conjunction with the exhibition originated by Bellevue Arts Museum, A Tapestry of Memories: The Art of Dinh Q. Lê is a fully illustrated, 88-page color catalog featuring twenty-four pieces from the first major survey on the photographic and conceptual work of American-Vietnamese artist Dinh Q. Lê. It includes Viet’s “Impossible to Forget, Difficult to […]