​​Current and Upcoming Exhibitions:

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Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, opening reception on June 22, 2024, 6 - 8 pm

June 22 - August 3, 2024


PLACE: Reckonings by Asian American Artists

Institute of Contemporary Art San Jose, March – August 2024


Vault Show

The University of Arizona Museum of Art, May - September, 2024


Against Monoculture

Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Museum

September 12 - December 12, 2024


Memory and Migration

University of Texas San Antonio Art Gallery, forthcoming (fall 2025)




Noel Alumit, "Reuniting Buddha's Head and Body," Lion's Roar, May 31, 2024

Joshua Glass, "The Vietnamese American Artists Searching for Identity: Postwar refugees who've used their art to express complicated feelings of loss and home," T Magazine (The New York Times Style Magazine), June 23, 2023

Dolly Li, “Phung Huynh: The Khmerican Donut Kid Experience,” KCET Artbound, documentary video, 2022

Carolina Miranda, “A new monument at L.A.’s county hospital marks a dark history of coerced sterilization,” L.A. Times, August 6, 2022

Carren Jao, "Beautiful Strength: 'Sobrevivir' Pays Homage to the Women Coerced to Sterilization in 1960s and '70s L.A.," KCET, July 19, 2022

Anabel Munoz, ‘Sobrevivir’ Art Installation Recognizes Past of Coerced Sterilizations at LAC + USC Medical Center, ABC 7 News, July 12, 2022

Gitanjali Mahapatra and Nate Perez, LA County-USC Medical Center Unveils Artwork Apologizing to Women Forcibly Sterilized There, LAist and NPR, July 12, 2022

NBC 4 News, Saying Sorry for Past History of Coerced Sterilizations, July 12, 2022

Elaine Quijano, “How doughnut shops became a sweet American Dream,” CBS Sunday Morning show, May 8, 2022

Phung Huynh, graphite on pink donut box, 25" x 30.5," 2019 - 2020 

Phung Huynh is represented by Luis De Jesus Los Angeles.

For inquiries about acquisition of artworks and past exhibitions, contact gallery@luisdejesus.com