PIPO NGUYEN–DUY

(Vietnam, active United States, born 1962)

EDUCATION

B.A., Economics, Carleton College, Northfield, MN

M.A., Photography, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

M.F.A., Photography, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM

NATIONAL GRADUATE SEMINAR, American Photography Institute,

Photography Department, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, NYC

 

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

2007

East of Eden, Foto Arte, Brasilia, Brazil

 

2006

The Garden, Faaborg Museum, Odense Foto Triennale, Denmark

East of Eden, Light Works. Syracuse, New York

AnOther Western. Michigan University. Kalamazoo, MI

 

2004

Olin Art Gallery, Kenyon College, Ohio

 

2002

AnOther Western, Adrian College, Michigan

Two Million Steps, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, Oregon

 

2001

AnOther Western, Wooster Art Museum, Wooster College, Wooster, Ohio

 

2000

AnOther Expedition. Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, Oregon

 

1999

AnOther Western, Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon University,

Ashland, Oregon

 

1998

AnOther Western, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, Oregon

 

1997

UNCOMMON TRAITS: RE/LOCATING ASIA, Center for Exploratory and

Perceptual Art, Buffalo, New York

ASSIMULATION, Bucheon Gallery, San Francisco, California

 

1995

ASSIMULATION, ARC. Albuquerque, New Mexico

MFA SHOW, Fitzgerald Gallery, Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

 

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2007

Tell Me A Story: Narrative Photography Now, Museum of Contemporary

Photography, San Diego, California

 

2006

At Play, curated by Anne Tucker, FOTOFEST, Houston, Texas

 

2005

Trace Element, The Allen Art Museum, Oberlin, Ohio

Photographer's View: Found and Invented, Elizabeth Leach Gallery,

Portland, Oregon

11 Nguyen – 30 Years Loss, PH Gallery, New York, New York

 

2004

New Gallery Group Exhibition, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland,

Oregon

 

2003

Through Our Lenses, presented by the Nathan Cummings Foundation and

the Photography Institute, New York, New York

Only Skin Deep, Phase One, International Center for Photography. New

York

Art Cologne. Elizabeth Leach Gallery. Cologne, Germany

 

2002

MYTH & MEMORIES. WORKS. San Jose, CA

A Winter’s Night: Motel Haus III, Premier of Pi(ng) Po(ng), curated by

Creative Material Group, Eugene, Oregon

 

2001

FACULTY EXHIBITION. Schneider Museum, Southern Oregon University,

Ashland, Oregon

NEW HISTORY OF THE WEST. San Francisco Camerawork, San Francisco,

California

BETWEEN BORDERS, SPACES, Cleveland, Ohio

 

2000

25 Years: A Celebration of the University Art Gallery's Permanent

Collection, The University Art Gallery at New Mexico State University.

New Mexico State University. Las Cruces, New Mexico

AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY INSTITUTE: TENTH ANIVERSARY, Tisch School

of the Arts, New York

EN FOCO 25th ANIVERSARY, The Bronx Museum, New York

PHOTO AMERICA, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, Oregon

 

1999

IEN FOCO 25th ANIVERSARY, Museo del Barrio, New York

IMAGE OHIO.Roy G Biv Gallery. Curated by Tony Mendoza. Columbus,

Ohio

NEW WORKS, An Exhibition of En Foco's Photography Award Winners.

Wisconsin Union Gallery, Madison, Wisconsin

 

1998

NEW WORKS, El Taller Boricua Gallery, New York

 

1997

SSUES OF IDENTITIES, Bucheon Gallery, San Francisco, California

FACULTY SHOW, Schneider Museum, Southern Oregon University,

Ashland, Oregon

NATURALES MUERTE, Bucheon Gallery, San Francisco, California

 

1996

NEW STORIES, Stevenson Union Gallery, Southern Oregon University,

Ashland, Oregon

YOUNG AND RESTLESS, Bucheon Gallery, San Francisco, California

ALERT, Offsite, Santa Fe, New Mexico

MOVEABLE FEAST, San Francisco Camerawork, San Francisco, California

SOUTHWEST ’96, Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico

 

1995

SPE, Albuquerque, New Mexico

GALLERY SHOW, Page Coleman Gallery, Albuquerque, New Mexico

PEACE ART SHOW, touring New Mexico and Japan, curated by Tom Powel

AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY INSTITUTE FELLOWS, Tisch School of the Arts,

New York

THE NICKEL MATINEE, The ASA Gallery, University of New Mexico,

Albuquerque

JURIED GRADUATE SHOW, curated by Eleanor Heartney, The Johnson

Gallery, University of New Mexico, New Mexico

 

 

 

GRANT & AWARDS

 

2005

OHIO ART COUNCIL GRANT, Ohio Art Council, Columbus, Ohio

Research & Material Grant, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio

Grant-in-Aids, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio

H.H. POWERS TRAVEL GRANT, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio

 

2004

Research & Material Grant, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio

Grant-in-Aids. Oberlin College. Oberlin, Ohio

2003

H.H. POWERS TRAVEL GRANT, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio

Research & Material Grant, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio

2000

HEADLANDS CENTER FOR THE ARTS, Artists-in-Residence Program,

Sausalito, California

OHIO ART COUNCIL GRANT, Ohio Art Council. Columbus, Ohio

B. WADE and JANE B. WHITE FELLOWSHIP IN THE HUMANITIES, Oberlin

College, Oberlin, Ohio

1999

LIGHTWORK FELLOWSHIP, Light Work, Syracuse, New York

H.H. POWERS TRAVEL GRANT, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio

1998 VAN DEREN COKE, Department of Art & Art History, University of New

Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico

1997

OREGON ARTS COMMISSION FELLOWSHIP, Mixed Media, Photography,

Oregon Arts Commission, Salem, Oregon

EN FOCO's Grant to Create New Work, EN FOCO, Bronx, New York

ARTIST’S ANGEL AWARD. Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont

THE LILA WALLACE-READER’S DIGEST ARTISTS at GIVERNY, Lila Wallace

& Reader’s Digest Fund, managed by Arts International, New York

1996

N.E.A. Work done on Paper, Western States Arts Federation

ART MATTERS FELLOWSHIP, Art Matters, New York

RESEARCH GRANT. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico

1995

GETTY FOUNDATION, Getty Foundation, New York

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GRANT, College Arts Association, New

York

AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY INSTITUTE NATIONAL GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP

SEMINAR, Tisch School of the Arts, New York

GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP GRANT, University of New Mexico, New Mexico

GRADUATE TUITION GRANT, University of New Mexico, New Mexico


SELECTED LECTURES & PRESENTATIONS

 

2006

Columbia College, Chicago, Illinois

 

2005

Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan

 

2004

Kenyon College, Ohio

 

2003

University of North Alabama

 

2002

University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

Adrian College. Michigan

Kenyon College, Ohio

Ringling College of Art, Florida

Southern Oregon University, Oregon

 

2001

Headlands Center for the Arts, The Marine Headlands, California

Art Museum. Wooster College, Wooster, Ohio

Art & Identity Panel, Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland, Ohio

 

2000

A Curriculum for the New Millennium, American Photography Institute,

New York

University of Washington, Seattle, Washington

Allen Art Museum, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio

 

1998

ASSIMULATION & AN OTHER WESTERN, Washington University, St. Louis,

Missouri

ASSIMULATION & AN OTHER WESTERN, University of Indiana,

Bloomington, Indiana

ASSIMULATION & AN OTHER WESTERN, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio

 

1997

ASSIMULATION, Schneider Museum of Art, Southern Oregon State

College, Ashland

ASSIMULATION, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

 

1996

ASSIMULATION, Stevenson Union Gallery, SOU, Ashland, Oregon

ASSIMULATION, Southern Oregon State College, Ashland, Oregon

PIPO & BILL ADAMS, San Francisco Camerawork, San Francisco, California

ASSIMULATION, New York State University at New Paltz, New Paltz, New

York

ASSIMULATION, College Art Association, Boston, Massachusetts

 

1995

THREE PHOTOGRAPHERS, Albuquerque United Artists, Albuquerque, New

Mexico

ASSIMULATION, New Mexico State University, Grants, New Mexico


ARTIST IN RESIDENCE

 

2004

LIGHTWORK, Syracuse, New York

 

2001

HEADLANDS CENTER FOR THE ARTS, Sausalito, California

 

2000

SOUTHERN OREGON UNIVERSITY, Ashland, Oregon

 

1998

LILA WALLACE-READER DIGEST’S ARTISTS AT GIVERNY, Monet’s Garden,

Giverny, France

 

1997 THE VERMONT STUDIO CENTER, Johnson, Vermont


CURATORIAL & PANELS

 

2006

Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, Photography Panel, New Jersey Arts

Council, Maryland Arts Council, Pennsylvania Arts Council

Six States Photography Exhibition, FAVA Gallery, Oberlin, Ohio

 

2005

HUNG LIU: Works, Schneider Museum of Art, Ashland, Oregon

 

1998

FABRICATION: Identity in Contemporary American Photography,

Schneider Museum of Art, Ashland, Oregon & Galerie Vrais Reves,

Photographies Contemporaines, Lyon, France

 

1997

ART AND THE MECHANIZED SOCIETYi, co-curated with Greer Markle,

Schneider Museum of Art, Ashland, Oregon

 

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

2006

CONTACT SHEET #135: Pipo Nguyen-duy, A Publication of Lightwork,

introduction by Hannah Frieser, essay by Jennie Hirsch.

The Landscape as Backdrop. Katherine Rushworth. The Post

Standard/Stars. Page 24, Sunday, February 12, Syracuse, New

Times

Stress Test. A Photography show shakes up viewers’ levels of comfort at

Lightwork. Carl Mellor, Syracuse New Times, page 21, February 15

- 22, 2006


2005

CONTACT SHEET #132: East of Eden, A Publication of Lightwork. Essay by

Stephen Borys, Pages 4-9.

TRACE ELEMENTS. Allen Memorial Art Museum. Essay by Jennie Hirsch,

Interview by Stephen Borys, Biography by Susanna Newbury. Pages

14-17, 62-75.

Oberlin Museum shows quietly powerful faculty work. Steven Litt, Plain

Dealer Art Critic. The Plain Dealer, December 7.


2004

An eastern look at the west provokes thought, laughs. Lindsay Warner.

The Kenyon Collegian.


2003

FRESH TALK/DARING GAZES: Asian American Issues in the Contemporary

Visual Arts. Co-Editors: Elaine Kim, University of California at Berkeley, and Margo Machida,New York. Essay by Donald Odita. University of California Press.

2002 Pipo Nguyen-duy: Two Millions Steps. Myth and Memory. Nora Nguyen.

Portlandscape Artists PICA's Northwest Narrative. Lisa Lambert. Williamet

Weekly, Portland, Oregon.


2001

Pacific Heights. Michaela Bancud, ARTnews, December 2001. City Focus,

page 84.

THE COMMEMORATE ISSUE. NUEVA LUZ. En Foco Inc.

Between. Katherinr Mc Manus Zurko. Woodster College Museum.

Wooster, Ohio.

Between the Borders: New Form of Identity. Frank Green. SPACES,

Cleveland, Ohio.

Between You And Me. Douglas Max Utter. Arts. Cleveland Free Times,

September 26 - October 2.

QUESTIONS OF IDENTITY, Dan Tranberg. The Plain Dealer, Arts & Life.

Wednesday, September 26, page E1 & 10.

‘Faculty Exhibition’ at the Schneider Museum of Art’. Isaac Peterson.

Artweek, June 2001, Volume 32. Issue 6, Review.

RE-IMAGING THE WEST: A NEW HISTORY, Alicia Miller, pages 5-8.

CAMERA WORK. Volume 28, No.1, Spring/Summer 2001.

VISUAL VISITATIONS: CONNECTING PAST & PRESENT PHOTOGRAPHIC

REALITIES. Theresa Harlan, pages 11-14. CAMERA WORK. Volume

28, No.1 Spring/Summer 2001

PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORY. Marissa Olson, pages 23 - 26. CAMERA WORK.

Volume 28, No.1, Spring/Summer 2001.


2000

PHOTOGRAPHIC POSSIBILITIES. The Expressive Use of Ideas, Materials

and Processes. Robert Hirsch. Focal Press, 2nd edition.

1999 Rattling the Frame. The Photographic Space: 1974-1999. CAMERA WORK,

Fall/Winter 99. Volume 26, No. 2, page 36.

The Looking Glass: Three Photographers. Irene Small, Gallery.

DIALOGUE: A publication of the Asian American Arts Alliance, Fall


1999

Volume 2, Issue 2, pages 23, 26, 27.

'Pipo: AnOther Western'. Steven Jenkins, Preview. Artweek May 1999,

Volume 30, Issue 5. page 6.

Photographs Show Depth of Ohio Talent. Sharon Kokot. THE COLUMBUS

DISPATCH, Sunday, April 25, page 8f.

SNAPPY SHOTS: Image Ohio SURVEYS THE STATE'S PHOTO ARTS. Melissa

Starker, Art Scene. Columbus Alive, April 15, page 12.

IMAGE OHIO. Catalogue. Roy G Biv Gallery. Columbus, Ohio.

NUEVA LUZ. A Photographic Journal. Volume 6, No. 1, pages 22 - 31. EN

FOCO INC. Bronx, New York.

TIN HOUSE. Premiere Issue. McCormack Communications. Volume 1, No.

1, Spring, pages 19, 33, 72, 82, 87, 100, 123, 143, 155, 184.


1998

HOW THE WEST WAS WON. D.K. Row, The Oregonian: Visual Arts, Friday,

October 23. page 62.

Neither This Nor That. Ronald Ehmke, Review. Afterimage, July/August

page 16.

EXPLORING IDENTITY. Amy Richard, Ashland Daily Tidings: Revels

January 30 - February 6, page 11.


1998

New Work Award. EN FOCO. Photography in New York

International. March – April, page 124.

PROFESSIONAL FELLOWSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM. CAA News.

January, page 9.

FOURTH BIENNIAL PHOTOGRAPHY ART AUCTION. CEPA Gallery.

(Catalogue).


1997

IS ANYBODY HOME? RE/LOCATING ASIA AT CEPA GALLERY. Elizabeth

Licata, Artvoice, V8N40, October 15 - 21, page 16.

IMAGES OF THE LINK BETWEEN TWO WORLDS. Ronald Ehmke, The

Buffalo News/Thursday, September 25.

UNCOMMON TRAITS: RE/LOCATING ASIA( PART I ). Alice E. Gerard,

Buffalo Alternative Press, October 9 - 23, page 10.

UNCOMMON TRAITS: RE/LOCATING ASIA. Center for Exploratory and

Perceptual Art, Buffalo, New York.

PARALLAXIS. Fifty-five Points to View. A publication of the Western

States Art Federation. pages 79 & 138. Artist Notes by Kathleen

Shields.

PIPO NGUYEN-DUY AT BUCHEON GALLERY. Celeste Connor, Artweek,

Volume 28, No. 6, June.

FACULTY DISPLAYS TALENT. Tracey Buck, The Siskiyou, Issue 23, Volume

70, page 10.

PROFESSOR TO STUDY IN MONET'S GARDEN. Tracey Buck, The Siskiyou,

Issue 19, Volume 70, page 12.

SOSC Art Instructor to study abroad. Bill Varble, Weekly Art &

Entertainment, page 2, The MaiTribune, Friday, 3/21.

ADAM & EVE. The Image Issue, THE Magazine, April 1997.


1996

A CONVERSATION WITH MARNIE GILLET, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, SAN

FRANCISCO CAMERA WORKS. Meredith Tromble, Artweek, Volume

27, No. 7, July 1996, pages 13 – 14.

NEA. David Steinberg, Albuquerque Journal, Sunday, July 28.

PIPO: DEFINING IDENTITY IN TABOOS. Mary Lee, Viet Magnet, Volume II,

No. 3, June, page 7.

ARTISTS ON ALERT. Lynn Hunter Cline, Pasatiempo, May 31 - June 6,

pages 4 & 48.

SOUTHWEST ’96. Richard Tobin (Critical Reflections). THE MAGAZINE,

May, page 25.

A “FEAST” FOR MIND AND EYE. Chiori Santiago, San Jose Mercury News,

May 12, pages 3 & 14.

PHOTO GALLERY’S NEW FOCUS. Sam Whiting, San Francisco Chronicle,

Friday, May 3, pages D1 & D12.

GETTING A MOVE ON. San Francisco Weekly, May 1 - 7, page 16.

MOVEABLE FEAST. After Image, May.

THE BIENNIAL. The Santa Fean, April.

YERBA BUENA’S LATEST TENANT. San Francisco Live, April, page 5.

MOVEABLE FEAST. In the Gallery, Camerawork, Volume 23, No. 1, Spring &

Summer, page 42.

CAA PRESIDENT JUDITH K. BRODSKY’S FAREWELL ADDRESS. CAA

Newsletter,Volume 21, No. 2, March/April.

THE BIENNIAL. Tom Collins (Artstuff), Santa Fe Reporter, March 27 - April 2,

page 25.

11 ARTISTS. Diane Armitage (Critical Reflections), THE MAGAZINE, January,

page 4.

1995 11 ARTISTS. Albuquerque Journal, Sunday, December 10, Wesley Pulka, Page

45.


1995

FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENTS NAMED. CAA News, September/October, pages 3

- 4.

ANTHOLOGY OF VIETNAMESE AMERICAN ARTISTS. The San Jose Mercury News.

PEACE ART SHOW: ATOMIC SYNTHESIS & SOCIAL FALLOUT. Diane Armitage

(Critical Reflections), THE MAGAZINE, June 11, page 71.

GRADUATE SHOW. Diane Armitage ( Critical Reflections), THE MAGAZINE, May,

page 71.

PIPO. Fellows' Biographies and Images, American Photography Institute,

National Graduate Seminar, Tisch School of the Arts, New York

 


TELEVISION AND RADIO INTERVIEWS


2006

WCNY, Syracuse, New York

 

2005

Around Noon, The Dian Rehm Show. WCPN, Cleveland, Ohio, November 21.

 

1996

AN INTERVIEW WITH PIPO. KALX, Berkeley, California, May 16

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Las Cruces Museum of Fine Art. Las Cruces, New Mexico

International Peace Center, Tokyo, Japan

N.E.A Archive, The Smithsonian, Washington, DC

EN FOCO. Bronx, New York

U.S. EMBASSY, Laos

Eastman Kodak House, Rochester, New York

Light Work. Syracuse, New York

Museet for Fotokunst, Odense, Denmark