b. 1976, Binh Dinh, Vietnam/Lives and works in Ho Chi Minh City
Phan Quang uses photography to stage images that speak to the connection between grand-scale historical events and the intimate micro-histories of life, love, and loss in Vietnam. Before beginning to exhibit his artwork, Phan worked for over a decade as a photojournalist for some of Asia’s best-known media, including Forbes, The New York Times, and Vietnam Economic Times. Currently he is a photography lecturer at University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ho Chi Minh City. He has presented solo exhibitions at BLANC Art Space and San Art, both in Ho Chi Mnh City. His work has also been featured in group exhibitions in Vietnam, Singapore, New York, Japan, and France.
Image Credit: Vanya Volkov. Courtesy of The Mistake Room.
Video Credit: Vanya Volkov. Courtesy of The Mistake Room.