Photo by Noe Montes



Phung Huynh is represented by Luis De Jesus Gallery. For inquiries about the sale of artworks, please email gallery@luisdejesus.com

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

PHUNG HUYNH

Current Exhibition:

Don't Call Me FOB at Luis De Jesus Gallery

On view from November 6 - December 17, 2022

https://www.luisdejesus.com/


Phung Huynh: Sobrevivir at the Vincent Price Art Museum

On view until February 18, 2023

http://vincentpriceartmuseum.org/exhibitions_sobrevivir.html


Press:

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


Steve Scauzillo, Somber artwork unveiled at LAC + USC Medical Center, an apology for coerced sterilization in 1968 – 1974, Los Angeles Daily News, July 11, 2022


From the Office of Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis, press release, New Artwork Unveiled to Recognize Practice of Coerced Sterilization at LAC + USC Medical Center


​Recording of dedication and unveiling of Sobrevivir artwork at LAC + USC on July 11, 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


​“Phung Huynh uses pink donut boxes for her artwork,” LA Unscripted, KTLA, May 16, 2022

Elaine Quijano, “Artist and podcaster describe the Cambodian-American refugee experience,” CBS News with anchor Elaine Quijano, May 11, 2022

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


Carren Jao, “Artist Captures the Khmerican Donut Kid Experience,” KCET, March 10, 2022


​Neda Ulaby, “Pink donut boxes are canvas for artist portraying kids of Cambodia-American refugees

Cathy Chaplin, “This Southeast Asian Artist Uses Iconic Pink Doughnut Boxes as a Canvas For Storytelling,” Eater LA, March 30, 2022


Eric Resendiz, “Art exhibit in Boyle Heights honors ‘donut kids,’ Cambodian immigrant community,” ABC Channel 7 News, April 1, 2022


​Robin Estrin, "Donut (W)hole: Meet kids of Cambodian immigrants and refugees," KCRW, Greater LA, April 13, 2022​​