Quynh Lam

Quỳnh Lâm is an interdisciplinary artist and Fulbright scholar with a background in architecture, working on conceptual and archival projects. Quỳnh has created a diverse body of work in performance, video, painting, and installation, that highlights the tensions between personal and collective memory, particularly the experiences of herself as a Vietnamese woman both in Vietnam and abroad.

She is the winner of the 2023 exchange program of the Leipzig International Art Programme and the 2021 American Austrian Foundation Prize for Fine Arts; a recipient of the Special Jury Prize (selected by Miyatsu Daisuke) of the 2019 Art Future Prize Taiwan; a presenter at the international conference “ReVIEWING Black Mountain College 11”; and artist fellow at Ragdale Foundation (Illinois, USA), Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sciences (Georgia, USA); Oak Spring Garden Foundation (Virginia, USA), and School of Visual Art (NYC, USA).

Quỳnh exhibits internationally; some highlights include The Factory Contemporary Arts Center (Ho Chi Minh City), Art Formosa (Taipei), The Vincom Center for Contemporary (Hanoi), Richard Koh Fine Art Gallery (Singapore), Gallery ONKAF (New Delhi), Mana Contemporary (New Jersey, Chicago, Miami) – in partnership with CADAF (Contemporary & Digital Art Fair), Stamford Arts Center (Singapore), Museum of Contemporary Art Nashville (MOCAN), Palazzo Costanzi Museum (Trieste), Moggio Udinese – Fondazione Friuli (Udine), and Museo Civico di Casa Maccari (Gradisca). More recently, her performances have taken place at London Gallery Weekend (Cromwell Place – A.I. Gallery London) and Berlin Art Week (ifa Gallery Berlin).


2024 Sovereignty




Knoxville, Tennessee, USA