Khánh Nguyên Hoàng Vũ [goes by just: Vũ] (pronouns they/he/anh/em) is a queer/trans multidisciplinary artist from Vietnam who currently lives and works in South/Miami Florida. Through their work, Vũ explores the role that community and spirituality plays in helping trans/queer individuals navigate through societal challenges. Their practice is a manifestation of their belief in the freedom of movement, a luxury, so it seems under the structures that form our reality. Vũ's points of departures are migration, grief, spirituality, and particularly the bridge between the material and the unseen world.
Lives and works in Miami, Florida.
Solo Exhibitions and Projects
EDEN 11, U2S Studios, Miami, Fl
Hồ Lô Project x CMXNR, Deering Estate, Miami, FL
Group Exhibitions and Projects
Rising Stars, New World Gallery, Miami, FL
Diaspora, The Kampong, Miami, FL
The Future Ain’t What It Used to Be, Miami, FL
“EQUILIBRIA”, BFA thesis exhibition, New World School of The Arts, Miami, FL
Untitled, Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Miami, FL
PERMAQUEER, Miami, FL
Palomo Pride Zine, published by Fempower
Brown Bohemians: Honoring the Light and Magic of Our Creative Community, Published by Vanessa Coore Vernon, Morgan Ashley, Wendy Pruitt
You are here, broadsheet zine, published by Exile Books
Void Projects Residency, Miami, FL
Summer Painting Open at Bakehouse Art Complex, Miami, FL
Oolite Arts formerly known as Florida Arts Center, Home + Away Residency at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center,
Snowmass Village, CO
The BluPrnt , curated by Robert Chambers, at Bridge Red Studios , Miami, FL
New World School School of the Arts, Miami, FL
Bachelors in Fine Arts.
Associates in Art, Miami Dade College, Miami, FL
Frances Wolfson Art Scholarship