Hong-An Truong is an artist and writer based in New York and North Carolina. Her writing on Yvonne Rainer and Deborah Hay has been published in Contemporary Theater Review and is included in the anthology Performa 09: Back to Futurism, edited by Roselee Goldberg. Other writing has appeared in Asia-Pacific Journal, Netwerk: Center for Contemporary Art, Southern Exposure Journal of Politics and Culture, and the exhibition catalog for Dinh Q. Le at the Contemporary Art Center of South Australia.
Recent experimental collaborations include The Gramsci Project with students at Laguardia Community College, and Acting the Words is Enacting the Worlds with Huong Ngo and participants at EFA Project Space. Her video, photography, and performance-based work has also been shown at the International Center for Photography, Art in General, Parson’s Aronson Gallery, BRIC Rotunda Gallery, Smack Mellon, New York; and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Monte Vista Projects, and the Torrance Art Museum, Los Angeles; PAVILION, Bucharest; and DobaeBacsa Gallery, Seoul, and Sweeney Art Gallery, University of California, Riverside among others. She a 2013 recipient of an Art Matters Grant, a Franconia Sculpture Park Jerome Fellowship (MN), and a Socrates Sculpture Park EAF (NY).
Truong received her MFA at the University of California, Irvine and was a studio art fellow in the Whitney Independent Study Program. She is an Asst. Professor in the Art Department at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Holland Cotter, Common Spaces at The Kitchen, NY Times, June 5, 2014
Lauren DiGiulio, IDIOM Magazine, May 18, 2010
Leah Ollman, Los Angeles Times, March 5, 2010
Chen Tamir, Mining the Remnants, Artslant.com, Nov 15, 2009