Artist Discussion: Dinh Q. Lê's Light And Belief: Sketches Of Life From The Vietnam War
Explore Dinh Q. Lê’s work in the 2013 Carnegie International in greater depth. Light and Belief: Sketches of Life from the Vietnam War, an installation of 100 drawings and paintings made by Vietnamese artist-soldiers on the front lines of the Vietnam War accompanied by a documentary film. Lê will also discuss his follow-up companion project to this piece—a look at the non-communist artists and their lasting legacy.
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