Tour An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain

Online Tours Apr. 7, 2020
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While our doors are temporarily closed, we invite you to enjoy a digital tour of An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain!

This exhibition is the first comprehensive survey of the arresting work of Vietnamese American photographer An-My Lê. From images of soldiers training in Southern California for the Iraq War to sweeping views of the Rio Grande at the US–Mexico border, the exhibition draws on a landscape tradition to explore the complexity of conflict.

Learn the timely story behind Lê’s seven photographic series in this Tour Tuesday.

If anyone has the license to embrace political contradiction, it is she. That she does so with such unfailing grace is a wonder.
Nancy Princenthal, The New York Times

Continue your tour by walking through the exhibition through the eyes of New York Times critic Nancy Princenthal, who describes the survey as “a revelatory career survey.” Read her review of the An-My Lê: On Contested Terrain.