Linh Phuong Nguyen’s multidisciplinary practice spans installation, sculpture and video. Linh concerns about geographic cultural shift, traditional roots and fragmented history in Vietnam. Her works contemplate upon the visible/invisible truth, form and time.
For “Sanctified Clouds” Linh Phuong Nguyen constructed a rhythmical blue motif of artificial clouds inspired by Baroque paintings. The bombing Smoke and haze resemble the clouds.

The piece reflects the young artist’s oblique reference to history of wars and her questionto the beauty of power. Lives and works in Hanoi, Vietnam. Studied as a guest student at Albertina Belle di Arti Torino 2006 - 2007. Studied as a guest student at Stadelschule Frankfurt with Tobias Rehberger 2015 – 2017. She has exhibited in Japan, Singapore, Spain, U.S.A., Jordan, Ireland, Sweden and much more.
The piece “Sanctified Clouds” we present is a copy of the original – and unique – one which is part of the collection of Darat al Funun, The Khalid Shoman Foundation, at Amman, Jordan. Thanks a lot to the Foundation for permitting us to exhibit the work.

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