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  1. Dinh Q. Le's Artist Statement, pg 1 Artist Statement(s) (Document) by Le, Dinh Q. (0000)
  2. Dinh Q. Le's Resume, pg 1 Artist Resume, [1998] (Document) by Le, Dinh Q. (0000)
  3. Three flyer, pg 1 Exhibition flyer for "Three: Works by 1992-1993 Artists-in-Residence", Asian American Arts Centre, 1993 (Document) (1993)

    Exhibition flyer for "Three: Works by 1992-1993 Artists-in-Residence" at Asian American Arts Centre, New York City, from Oct 1-Nov 1, 1993, with artists Elaine Tin Nyo, Alexander Ku, and Dinh Le.

  4. Three press release, pg 1 Exhibition press release for "Three: Works by 1992-1993 Artists-in-Residence", Asian American Arts Centre, 1993 (Document) (1993)

    Exhibition press release for "Three: Works by 1992-1993 Artists-in-Residence" at Asian American Arts Centre, New York City, from Oct 1-Nov 1, 1993, with artists Elaine Tin Nyo, Alexander Ku, and Dinh Le. (Press release dated Sep 25, 1993.)

  5. Vietnam: Destination press release, pg 1 Excerpt from exhibition press release for "Vietnam: Destination for the New Millennium--The Art of Dinh Q. Le", Asia Society, 2005-2006 (Document) by Le, Dinh Q. (2005)

    Exhibition press release for "Vietnam: Destination for the New Millennium--The Art of Dinh Q. Le" at Asia Society, New York City, from Sep 13, 2005-Jan 15, 2006.

  6. We Count press release, pg 1 Exhibition press release for "We Count! The State of Asian Pacific America", Tweed Gallery, 1993 (Document) (1993)

    Exhibition press release for "We Count! The State of Asian Pacific America" at the Tweed Gallery, New York City, from May 10-31, 1993, with artists Rashid Arshed, Kip Fulback, Kitty Katz, Yeong Gill Kim, Marcelo Krasilcic, Vijay Kumar, Dinh Le, Sang Kyoon Noh, Alfronso Ossorio, Yin Peet, Rudjen Roldan, Halide Salam, Roger Shimomura, Sikay Tang, Kwong Chi Tseng, Toyo Tsuchiya, Dolly Unithan, Charles Yuen, and Zarina. Curated by Robert Lee.

  7. We Count, pg 1 Exhibition brochure for "We Count! The State of Asian Pacific America", Tweed Gallery, 1993 (Document) (1993)

    Exhibition brochure for "We Count! The State of Asian Pacific America" at the Tweed Gallery, New York City, from May 10-31, 1993, with artists Rashid Arshed, Kip Fulback, Kitty Katz, Yeong Gill Kim, Marcelo Krasilcic, Vijay Kumar, Dinh Le, Sang Kyoon Noh, Alfronso Ossorio, Yin Peet, Rudjen Roldan, Halide Salam, Roger Shimomura, Sikay Tang, Kwong Chi Tseng, Toyo Tsuchiya, Dolly Unithan, Charles Yuen, and Zarina. Curated by Robert Lee.

  8. Self Portrait #22 Self Portrait #22 (Work) by Le, Dinh Q. (1990)

    Materials and Techniques: photo-tapestry

    Subjects: hands (animal components); heads (representations); identity; Lê, Dinh Q.; Renaissance; self-portraits

    Local Subjects: duality; self

  9. Celebrity Portraits Celebrity Portraits (Work) by Le, Dinh Q. (1993)

    Materials and Techniques: photography series

    Subjects: identity; Lê, Dinh Q.; people (agents); popular culture; portraits

    Local Subjects: Barbie dolls; body; celebrities; commodification; objectification

  10. Untitled Untitled (Work) by Le, Dinh Q. (1998)

    Materials and Techniques: photo-tapestry

    Subjects: Cambodia (nation); heads (representations); Lê, Dinh Q.; portraits; symbolism (artistic concept)

    Local Subjects: Khmer Rouge; victims

  11. Here and Now, Now and Then, pg 2 Exhibition flyer for "Here and Now, Now and Then", Longwood Arts Project at P.S. 39, 1992 (Document) (1992)

    Exhibition flyer for "Here and Now, Now and Then", an exhibition of art by artists of Vietnamese descent living in the U.S.. Part of the Longwood Arts Project at P.S. 39, Bronx, from Nov 7-Dec 19, 1992, with artists Christian Nguyen, An Ngoc Pham, Dinh Le, Hanh Thi Pham, Dan Cao, Thai Bui, and Long Nguyen. Curated by Fred Wilson.

  12. Untitled Untitled (Work) by Le, Dinh Q. (1998)

    Materials and Techniques: photo-tapestry

    Subjects: Cambodia (nation); Lê, Dinh Q.; people (agents); portraits

    Local Subjects: duality; Khmer Rouge; victims

  13. Untitled Untitled (Work) by Le, Dinh Q. (1998)

    Materials and Techniques: photo-tapestry

    Subjects: Cambodia (nation); heads (representations); Lê, Dinh Q.; portraits; symbolism (artistic concept); women

    Local Subjects: duality; Khmer Rouge; victims

  14. Self Portrait #18 Self Portrait #18 (Work) by Le, Dinh Q. (1989)

    Materials and Techniques: photo-tapestry

    Subjects: Christianity; identity; Lê, Dinh Q.; religions (concept); self-portraits

    Local Subjects: body; duality; Jesus Christ; self