Millian  Pham Lien Giang

After trampling in the muddy rice fields of Vietnam and later misreading product labels in the United States, Millian Pham Lien Giang (goes by Millian or Giang) received her MFA from the University of Florida and BFA from The University of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Pham's visual investigations are rooted in her traumatic experience from living in post-war Vietnam and later in U.S. poverty. Pham's art practice includes installations comprised of still and moving images, crafted and found objects, and performance (as event and experience). She currently practices and teaches art in Alabama.


4.06.2019 - 5.12.2019     Dislocated Labor. Solo exhibition at Prairie gallery in Chicago, IL

4.12.2019 - 6.30.2019     The Keyboard 1/5: Giang Pham. Curated by Of Carriers and Barriers collective. Exhibited in Lahore, Pakistan and documented online

April 2019     The Liberation of the Peon. Art and literature collaboration with Barbara De La Cuesta and Broadsided Press. Curated by Elizabeth Bradfield.

April 2019 Issue of The Hand Magazine. Published by Adam Finkelston and James Meara. Prairie Village, KS

1.07.2019 - 2.13.2019    Works included in Intimacy a solo exhibition by Hye-Young Kim. Anne Miller Gallery, Wittenberg University. Springfield, OH

Jan - Feb 2019    Field Work. Broadsided Press retrospective. Curated by Elizabeth Bradfield. Georgia Southern University, GA.

Jan - Apr 2019    (GENESIS) Political Art Exhibition and Publication. DabArt. Los Angeles, CA.

12.2018 - 01.2019    National Art Encounter. Naples Art Association. Naples, FL. Juried by Brad Cushman, Jill Deupi, and Kirk Ke Wang.