For 30 years, An-My Lê’s photographs have engaged how we understand and reflect on conflict. Lê fled Vietnam as a teenager and settled in the United States as a political refugee in 1975. Probing this experience, her work brings poetic attention to politics, landscape, history, and human connection.
See Lê’s powerful work in this major survey bringing together the artist’s well-known series alongside new textiles, rediscovered films, and installations, including the world premiere of an immersive cyclorama.
Banner Image: Anti War Protest photograph by the artist. Image Credit – MoMA