Haïku N°16 : “Yes love feels like fire sometimes I’m the palm tree wood And he is everything : the American dream killer”

  • Dimensions : 90 × 60 cm
  • Year : 2022
  • Material : Engraved gilded painted varnished and encased wood
  • Signature : Signed and dated by artist
  • Ton : Dark Gold color
  • Thèmes : folk art writing

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An artist of Vietnamese, Tunisian and French origin, Liên Hoàng-Xuân was born in Paris in 1995.

She graduated from the Académie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts (ALBA) in Beirut in 2019 and from the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 2022, she was awarded a "Fund the art in Beirut" grant from the Mophradat Foundation as a member of the Beirut-based YBM collective in 2019 and was selected in 2021 for the Habibi Collective's Shasha Movies program and the Documed-Tunis, Aflemha-Cairo, Madriff and Filmets-Barcelona festivals for her short film "Last night on earth".

Multidisciplinary, her installations, paintings, prints and videos enable her to blend memories with a loving imagination within a fictional city, which she calls the "South of Nowhere": an intermingling of Tunis, Saigon and Beirut.