Đỗ Tường Linh is an independent art researcher/ curator based in Hanoi, Vietnam. Linh received her B.A in Art History and Art Criticism at Vietnam University of Fine Art, a certificate from Global Politics Seasonal School in Vietnam ( Freie Universität Berlin & Vietnam University of Social Sciences and Humanities) and her M.A in Contemporary Art and Art Theory of Asia and Africa at SOAS (University of London), UK. Her research and curatorial practice range from the relationship between art and politics to conceptualism and post-colonial studies. She has engaged in the art, cultural and civil society scenes in Vietnam, Southeast Asia and beyond since 2005 while collaborating with various art spaces, galleries, and institutions in different roles such as writing, researching, curating, teaching and translating. She is one of the fellows from SEAΔ Mekong Cultural Hub 2018 – 2019 and is the archive researcher for Vietnamese contemporary art at Singapore Art Museum. Currently, she is working as a researcher for Site and Space in Southeast Asia – a research initiative run by Power Institute, University of Sydney, Australia (https://siteandspace.org/). She is also co-founder and artistic director of Six Space, Hanoi, Vietnam (http://sixspace.vn/)

Upcoming publications: Nha San Artists Interviews Publication edited by Nha San Collective (2019), ‘Avant-garde in the Dawn of Vietnamese Contemporary Art” edited by Post Vidai Collection (2019), a book on 4 Vietnamese avant-garde artists by Veronika Radulovic and Annette Bhagwati.


Image credit: Bread performance at Nha San Studio by Truing Tan. Image courtesy of Veronika Radulovic