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    Featured Curator: Justin Ruckman Phan Thu Trang uses heavy knife strokes to create these bright and pointed Vietnamese...
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Featured Curator: Justin Ruckman

Phan Thu Trang uses heavy knife strokes to create these bright and pointed Vietnamese landscapes. While seemingly naïve and decorative, true to character for many Vietnamese paintings, Trang takes a minimalist, deconstructive approach that simplifies each scene to its geometric and tonal essentials. From there she draws from her memories of growing up in Hanoi and the Northern Villages, describing the people and feelings she experienced as a child.

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