Danh Vo

In times of political turmoil, art is a necessary rebuke to escapism

Political histories interweave with personal narratives of familial displacement, queer loss and desire at the Guggenheim Museum, New York

Danh Vo, She was more like a beauty queen from a movie scene, 2009. Collection of Chantal Crousel. Photo: Jean-Daniel Pellen, Paris

New York

9 Feb
9 May
Photography: Clément Pascal

From major institutional shows to the most-talked restaurants

Martin Wong, INRI, 1984, acrylic on canvas, 91 x 91 cm

Punta della Dogana, Venice, Italy

‘Portable Classic’, 2015, exhibition view at Fondazione Prada Venice

56th Venice Biennale, various venues, Italy

Your mother sucks cocks in hell, 2015, fragment of a marble sculpture  of a child from a Roman workshop,  1st–2nd century CE; oak and  polychrome Madonna and child, French  early gothic; plywood, 53 × 40 × 35 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Marian Goodman, London and New York; photographs: Stephen White

Connections across time and place in the work of Danh Vo

Nantapol and Pruan Panicharam hammer gold as part of Danh Vō & Xiu Xiu’s performance ‘Metal’, 2014

The Kitchen, New York, USA

The myriad ways in which contemporary artists have been dealing with their ambivalent relationship to the ready-made

Vietnamese artist Danh Vo and Thai photographer Pratchaya Phinthong journey to Vietnam’s Central Highlands