Truong Tan’s catalogue for his first solo exhibition in 1994 documents his tentative exploration of performance art and frequent use of ropes.
Photo by Truong Tan used with permission.
LGBT rights are a work in progress in Vietnam. But artists are in the vanguard of the movement, pushing for public acceptance.
Un portrait populaire et artisanal d'Arnold Schwarzenegger, faisant de la publicité pour une salle de musculation située à Hô Chi Minh-Ville ; photographié en 2011.
Les enseignes artisanales recouvraient autrefois de nombreux murs vietnamiens. Avec le temps, cette culture matérielle s’est extrêmement raréfiée.
War, Ford, fascism, Reaganomics, the pink tide, the EU, debt crises, rights-based activism, a fierce backlash… none of this is new.
We may think of current reactionary politics as radical and new, but unchecked mercantilism has always elicited a fierce backlash from both left and right. Here's what history tells us about today.
A hand-painted folk portrait of Arnold Schwarzenegger advertising a Ho Chi Minh City bodybuilding gym, photographed in 2011.
Vietnamese walls were once densely populated by hand-painted signs, a material culture now exceedingly rare.
The scheme would be mandatory but consumers would be able to choose their preferred provider.
All insurers would have to provide a comprehensive set of health services to its customer, covering all aspects of their health care.