Vanghoua Anthony Vue

About the Artist

Vanghoua Anthony Vue's practice harnesses the frictions and tensions of cultural difference from his transcultural Hmong Australian experience to develop works that offer more inclusive, diverse and hybrid tropes of belonging within cultural and national identities. These works often employ humour and satire to blur the lines and definitions that have been developed by processes of Othering. A key focus in Vue's work is also how individual and collective memories, together with the records and artefacts of official history can be repurposed to offer more compelling retellings of recent Hmong experiences of war and migration, which have been largely ignored, overlooked, and forgotten. Additionally, Vue's practice seeks to create transcultural spaces for viewing, art-making and social interaction by diverse audiences within and outside of traditional art exhibiting spaces.

Vue was the 2017 Artist in Residence at the Minnesota Museum of American Art, USA, and the 2016 Artist in Residence at AIR 3331, Nishikicho Studio, Tokyo. His work has been curated into solo and group exhibitions throughout Australia and internationally.

Vue was the inaugural TRACE artist-in-residence in 2015.

Untitled Triptych
2015
Oil on wood
15 x 20cm each (3panel)
41A Vulture St West End Q 4101
This artwork is valued at $900.
Current high bid: $600
Venue Snapshot

Ralph’s Garage is a family owned automotive workshop for keeping your new or not-so-new car in great condition.

Originally Mitchell’s Auto Engineers (Mechanics) shop. It’s been a mechanics and auto shop unbroken since it was built. It is currently owned by Ray Darwin who previously traded as Darwin Motors. From the other side of the road you can see the small apartment which Ray built on top of the shop as his residence. An unusual feature.


Artists

Richard Bell
‘Dornoch Philosophy’
@ Addwest Shoe & Luggage Repairs
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Natalya Hughes
‘New body (no sag)’
@ The Framer
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Dadang Christanto
‘Ciduk, Siska, Bunuh, Buang IV’
@ Ralph’s Garage
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Judy Napangardi Watson
‘Mina Mina Dreaming’
@ Avid Reader
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Linde Ivimey
‘Sacchuro Mortuis 1’
@ Dresden
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George Gittoes
‘Caryatid’
@ Bill Diacos Barber
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Vernon Ah Kee
‘Love it or fuck off’
@ Open House Collective
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Tony Albert
‘Octagon’
@ Andrew Tanos Pharmacy
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Ross Manning
‘Radial loop’
@ Jet Black Cat Music
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Paul Bai
‘Between Me and the World No.26—Homage to Kazimir Malevich’
@ Open House Collective
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Franck Gohier
‘Sir Joh’
@ Where the Wild Things Are
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Madeleine Kelly
‘Me and My Rhythm Box’
@ Posto
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Margaret Loy Pula
‘Anatye (Bush Potato Dreaming)’
@ Dresden
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Victoria Reichelt
‘The write to be forgotten’
@ The Happy Cabin
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Luke Roberts
‘Pope Alice and Einstein (seated)’
@ The Fat Carrot
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Madonna Staunton
‘Looking at Nietzsche’
@ Hope St Cafe
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Brian Robinson
‘Feeding the family pets’
@ Southbank Locksmiths
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Emerging / Early / Mid Career Artists

Aaron Perkins
‘16 July 2018 (a weary composure skirt his indifference) ’
@ Open House Collective
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Bridie Gillman
‘He pulled a blossom off the tree for me as I left’
@ Avid Reader
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Samuel Tupou
‘Evermore 3.14’
@ Kim Tanh Banh Mi
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Sam Cranstoun
‘Power Structures 7’
@ West End Bakery
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Keith Burt
‘Farther’
@ Hall’s Jewellers & Watchmakers
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Jacinta Giles
‘Persist’
@ Jet Black Cat Music
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Nicola Moss
‘Green Commons I’
@ Addwest Shoe & Luggage Repairs
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Annie O'Rourke
‘We Live in a Beautiful Country’
@ Hope St Cafe
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Ari Athans
‘Arrival XVI’
@ The Framer
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Christopher Bassi
‘Black Cowrie’
@ The Happy Cabin
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Tyza Stewart
‘Right On’
@ Andrew Tanos Pharmacy
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Vanghoua Anthony Vue
‘Untitled Triptych’
@ Ralph’s Garage
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Jackie Ryan
‘Nerd Rage (Cause of Death: Classifieds - Episode 3 Part 2)’
@ Where the Wild Things Are
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Zoe Porter
‘Goat Girls’
@ The Fat Carrot
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Sebastian Moody
‘I can show you, That this world, Is your world’
@ Hong Lan Grocer
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Amy Carkeek
‘You can't learn by forgetting’
@ Hall’s Jewellers & Watchmakers
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Warraba Weatherall
‘Untitled’
@ All venues
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