Join us this Saturday, September 27 at 2pm
Artist Talk: An Ngoc Pham in conversation with Chương-Đài Võ
Special Event! Artist Talk: An Ngoc Pham in conversation with Chương-Đài Võ
Join the artist in conversation with independent curator Chuong-Dai Vo as they discuss Pham’s life & work.
Topaz Arts has invited visiting curator Chuong-Dai Vo to have a dialogue with the artist whose solo exhibition is currently on view. Hear about the artist’s remarkable journey surviving the war in Vietnam to his influences of working with major figures in the artworld and his current artmaking practices.
at TOPAZ ARTS, 55-03 39th Avenue, Woodside, NY
#7-train to 61st St/Woodside; or R/M to Northern Blvd
curated and presented by Topaz Arts
viewings by appointment: please email firstname.lastname@example.org
“Carpentry solidifies the hand and the mind to create a work of art. My art is a representation of my political views and my understanding of life.” – An Ngoc Pham
Chương-Đài Võ is an independent curator and writer based in Southern California. Her research and curatorial interests focus on decolonial aesthetics, diaspora, war, assemblage, and alternative practices. Her curatorial projects include Far from Indochine, a Curatorial Opportunity Program selection currently on view at New Art Center; On the Streets, an apexart Franchise Program selection that take took place in Phnom Penh; and the forthcoming An Aesthetics of Slowness, a Curatorial Programs selection at Dorsky Gallery. She has received fellowships and grants from Asian Cultural Council, Fulbright Program, Mellon Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities, and University of California Pacific Rim Research Program, among others.