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Nguyen Trinh Thi

Nguyen Trinh Thi is a Hanoi-based independent documentary filmmaker and video artist. She possesses Masters in Professional Journalism, University of Iowa; and a Masters, Pacific International Affairs majoring in Southeast Asian Studies, University of California, ...

Lai Thi Dieu Ha

Lai Thi Dieu Ha was born in Hanoi in 1976. She graduated from the Hanoi University of Fine Arts in 2005 and became known among art circles for her provocative performances at the Nha San ...

Nguyen Phuong Linh

Nguyen Phuong Linh was born and lives in Hanoi, Vietnam. She is one of the most active and promising contemporary artists in Vietnam. Besides being a visual artist she programs and organizes art events at Nhasan ...

Nalini Malani

Nalini Malani’s work is influenced by her experiences as a refugee of the Partition of India. She places inherited iconographies and cherished cultural stereotypes under pressure. Her point of view is unwaveringly urban and internationalist, and unsparing ...

Participating, Resisting, and Creating Alternative Spaces in Modern Indonesian Art Markets

Astri Wright Approaching my topic’s active subjects in the roles of conversationalist, story-keeper and -amplifier, much of my research focuses on post-/modernist Indonesian female artists. Here, I investigate the relationship of a few select contemporary ...

Nalini Malani: At Home in the World

Susan Bean The experience of women – real, mythological, and fictitious – is at the heart of Nalini Malani’s art practice. From her early work in oil and watercolor to her incorporation of video and ...

Not for Sale: Women, Experimental Art and the Marketing of Non-Commercial Art in Vietnam

Nora A. Taylor Vietnamese women artists have survived the standard political and historical transitions their countrymen have endured from patriarchy to feminism, through eras marked by Confucianism, revolution and social reform. The narrative of the ...

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