Marian Goodman Gallery London presents the first solo exhibition of An-My Lê in London, featuring a major presentation of her ongoing project Silent General (2015– ), together with selected works from 29 Palms (2003–04). Born in 1960 in Saigon, Vietnam, photographer An-My Lê is recognised internationally for exploring the layered histories, aesthetic conventions and ethical considerations of photojournalism. Having fled Vietnam with her family in 1975 to settle as a political refugee in the United States, Lê specifically engages with how memory, place and geopolitics form part of media representations of war, national identity and community. Informed by the histories...
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