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Danh Vō

Break my face in, it was the kindest touch you ever gave, 2015

Wood, mirrors, engraving by Phung Võ
120 1/2 × 203 1/2 × 53 1/10 in
306 × 517 × 135 cm
location
Cologne
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Photo: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln / Britta Schlier © Danh Vo
Danh Vō
Vietnamese and Danish, b. 1975
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Danh Vō’s conceptual works explore themes of appropriation and fragmentation, incorporating his …

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Danh Vō’s conceptual works explore themes of appropriation and fragmentation, incorporating his experience as a Vietnamese-born Danish citizen and consistently using his own life as material. In a commentary on the practice of changing and rearranging immigrants’ names on arrival in their new home countries, Võ …

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About the work
Exhibition history
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Photo: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Köln / Britta Schlier © Danh Vo
Danh Vō
Vietnamese and Danish, b. 1975
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Danh Vō’s conceptual works explore themes of appropriation and fragmentation, incorporating his …

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Danh Vō’s conceptual works explore themes of appropriation and fragmentation, incorporating his experience as a Vietnamese-born Danish citizen and consistently using his own life as material. In a commentary on the practice of changing and rearranging immigrants’ names on arrival in their new home countries, Võ …

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Danh Vō

Break my face in, it was the kindest touch you ever gave, 2015

Wood, mirrors, engraving by Phung Võ
120 1/2 × 203 1/2 × 53 1/10 in
306 × 517 × 135 cm
location
Cologne
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