ABOLITION NOW!

group exhibition, June 21 – Sept 6, 2019

Asian Arts Initiative main gallery, Philadelphia, PA

 

Asian Arts Initiative provides a lab for contemporary visual arts practice that includes a diversity of artists in Philadelphia and beyond. Asian Arts Initiative is a multi-disciplinary and community-based arts center in Philadelphia that advances racial equity and understanding, activating artists, youth, and their communities through creative practice and dialogue grounded in the diverse Asian American experience.  http://asianartsinitiative.org

 

 

ABOLITION NOW! exhibition: How do policing, prisons, and detention affect marginalized communities? What stakes do Asian Americans have in abolition? What is restorative and transformative justice in practice? What does an abolitionist future look like, and how do we get there?

 

Review

‘ABOLITION NOW!’ at Asian Arts Initiative examines racism and mass incarceration in America

 

By Deborah KriegerJuly 28, 2019

 

50/50 and the half-baked Chameleon

Mixed media performance installation with 2400 dominoes, video projection, three dancers, two musicians and a lot of plastic

 

August 9 + 10 performance

Exhibition through Aug 25, 2019

Presented by Moving Poets Berlin at Novilla, Berlin Germany

 

A kunst projekt addressing issues around climate change and global warming. 

 

 

Santo Foundation 10th Anniversary Exhibition

June 1 - August 10, 2019

Arcade Contemporary Art Projects, St. Louis, Missouri

 

Distinguished Curator, GRETCHEN WAGNER

 

 

WE SEE HEAVEN UPSIDE DOWN

May 3 - June 15, 2019

Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art

CreativeMornings Charlotte

April 5, 2019

 

Global Theme: Inclusive

Guest Speaker: MyLoan Dinh

more info

podcast 

PRESS:

Charlotte art events focus on hardships immigrants face, contributions they make

BY LAWRENCE TOPPMAN ARTS CORRESPONDENT

APRIL 30, 2019

 

 

We See Heaven Upside Down preview

Charlotte Observer

April 25, 2019

 

Interpreting the Human Condition

by Sunny Hubler

QC Exclusive Arts & Style Issue

September/October 2018

https://eldergalleryclt.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/MyLoan-Dinh-Interpreting-the-Human-Condition.pdf


 

An immigrant tale, a sharecropper memory, a media/Bible take on women: All up for discussion here

by ALYSSA PRESSLER, correspondent

Charlotte Observer, February 16, 2018

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/entertainment/arts-culture/article200520714.html

 

Let's Talk Art with Brooke

Episode 55: Interview with gallery owner Sonya Pfeiffer of Elder Gallery of Contemporary Art, about the Art of Struggle exhibition, featuring MyLoan Dinh, Charles Farrar and Susan Brenner.

https://letstalkartwithbrooke.com/tag/myloan-dinh/

 

diaCRITICS highlights artists of the Vietnamese diaspora: Profiles in Art

Feb 22, 2018 

http://diacritics.org/2018/02/profiles-art-myloan-dinh/

IMPRESSUM

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