Hanoi artists Nguyen Phuong Linh and Gabby Quynh-Anh Miller are co-presenting their works with several international artists at a US gallery February 16 to April 14.
Entitled Me Love You Long Time, the exhibition is a group show of contemporary art and video made since the 1990s by artists from North America and particularly those working in and descendent from Southeast Asia, said Gabby Quynh-Anh Miller in a press release this week.
The exhibition is taking place at the Aljira contemporary art center and gallery in Newark, New Jersey.
The artists use various media and complicated visual strategies to upend or explore gender expression, sexuality, sex work, and new subjectivities.
Nguyen Phuong Linh and Gabby Quynh-Anh Miller, both 25, have curated and exhibited together with international artists, including Maren Abromowitz, Lauren Anderson, Allie Furlotti, Ramona Gonzalez, Scott Grenfell, Sara Lafleur-Vetter, and Erin McElroy.
Last year, the duo presented their twork at the group exhibition Anyt'ing You Want, which included contemporary artists from Hanoi, Los Angeles, and New York.
Me Love You Long Time, curated by Edwin Ramoran, is supported by a grant from the Lambent Foundation.
For more information visit www.aljira.com.