Nguyễn Phương Linh
Phuong Linh was born and raised at Nha San Studio – the first non-profit studio for experimental art in Vietnam. She has been absorbed in an artistic environment by living among and working with many of the most respected contemporary artists of the Vietnamese art scene. She has demonstrated a deep understanding and involvement in the local art community both as an artist and an art organiser. Phuong Linh’s works are sensual, poetic, fragmented, humble and exalted. Her work contemplates upon the visible and invisible truths, form and time and conveys a pervasive sense of dislocation. They concern stories that have been forgotten or buried or things that are so insignificant that they never reach our subconscious.
Phuong Linh has participated in various exhibitions and art projects in Vietnam, Asia, Europe and the US. In 2012 she presented the project ‘Home’ in the exhibition ‘Hinterlands’ at the Luggage Store Gallery in San Francisco. In 2013, she participated in the exhibition HIWAR for the ocassion of the 25th anniversary of Darat Al Funnun in Amman, Jordan and she showed at the 2016 Singapore Biennale.