Speculations about climate change by an array of artists feel eerily probable, if not already real.
The Trouble with Capitalist Utopias
Maybe a sense of belonging is a thing of the past, a sign of privilege.
A Two-Person Show Spans the Poles of Imagination
Tammy Nguyen’s inspired reinvention of the myth of Narcissus occupies a world apart from Ha Ninh Pham’s slightly demented vision of a parallel universe.
Out of Vietnam, Drawings of Displacement and Repression
In Hà Ninh Pham’s drawings, a building could be a prison or a torture chamber, but there is nothing about the edifices that might indicate their function.
A Dozen Memorable Exhibitions from 2018
Just because most museums in America are still asleep at the wheel, it doesn’t mean all is lost.
Cyclops, Bananas, and the Art World’s Race Problem
How do persons of color get into the history of painting after it has excluded them?
Portrait of a Young Artist, from New York to Vietnam and Back
The challenge for younger artists — particularly ones of color like Tammy Nguyen — is this: do you accommodate yourself to the marketplace, or do you find another way?
Endangered Monkeys and the Legacy of the Vietnam War at Ground Floor Gallery
The artist’s exhibition, on view through March 26, centers on an endangered species of monkeys in Vietnam and a US military document from 1969.