Thinh Nguyen

Thinh Nguyen work is a complex contemporary look at a few converging issues investigating the personal, social, cultural, and historical while innovatively engaging the public in the process. He explores formal and conceptual process in different media as a strategy to continue the development of critical exchange and aesthetic innovation. He received a BFA from California State University, Fullerton and an MFA from Claremont Graduate University.

Nguyen has performed at the Museum Of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, San Francisco Museum Of Modern Art, The Pasadena Armory Art Center, and numerous venues while wearing a black or brightly colored hood over his entire head. He exhibited at Track 16, Santa Monica Bergamot Station, UCLA New Wright Gallery, Marymount College Art Gallery, Truman State University Art Gallery, College Art Association Conference Un-Ground Space: “Art In The Public Realm”, and Art in Odd Places: MODEL 2012 performance festival in New York.