Vanghoua Anthony Vue ✿ To adorn Hmong in new lands


10 April 2023

Vanghoua Anthony Vue, The Manny (from the ‘Hard-hat Devi(l)-(n)ation’ series), 2022, Mixed media, 145 x 120 x 100cm (without stand)

Our April laurel goes to Vanghoua Anthony Vue for a dazzling headpiece made from everyday objects.

My studio varies as I work across different visual art practices, from design through to site-specific temporary installations. However, my main studio space is located at my current home in Logan Reserve, on an acreage surrounded by native Australian trees and bushland.

Vanghoua Anthony Vue is a Hmong Australian artist who focuses on cultural identity, history and memory, and collaborative and diverse practices. Vue completed his PhD in 2019 at the Queensland College of Art and has exhibited in Australia and overseas, including as an artist-in-residence at the Museum of Brisbane, Embodied Knowledge: Queensland Contemporary Art at QAGOMA, and at the 6th Singapore Biennale: EveryStep in the Right Direction. Visit and follow @vanghoua_anthonyvue

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