An-My Lê

An-My Lê: the artist portraying the inhuman scale of war and small acts of resistance

Airlifted out of Vietnam as a teenager when Saigon fell, the Vietnamese American photographer makes no attempt to simplify the unbearably complex, and pits individual agency against huge geopolitical forces

An-My Lêinterview

An-My Lê: ‘Landscape is not a narrow category—it is a source of surprise’

With her first career survey now open in Pittsburgh, the photographer discusses her background in Vietnam and the West Coast of the US, and the influence of Walt Whitman

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From dark and pensive Sudanese prints at the Mosaic Rooms to An-My Lê's US road trip photographs at Marian Goodman Gallery