Tommy Kha


Tommy Kha (b. 1988, Memphis, Tennessee) received his Photography MFA from Yale University. His work has been published in Vice Magazine, Musée Magazine, It’s Nice That, Modern Painters, Humble Arts, Slate, the Huffington Post, BUTT Magazine, Hyperallergic, Buzzfeed, and Miranda July’s “We Think Alone” and exhibited at Leslie-Lohman Museum, LMAK Gallery, Deli Gallery, Foley Gallery, Ryerson Artspace, Georgia Scherman Projects in Toronto, Aperture, Signal Gallery, ALLGOLD at MoMA PS1 Printshop, Johalla Projects in Chicago, Yongkang Lu Art in Shanghai, and Kunstverein Wolfsburg in Germany. He was an En Foco Photography Fellowship recipient, and artist-in-residence at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, Light Work, Fountainhead, and Baxter Street at the Camera Club of New York. Through Aint-Bad, Kha published his first monograph, A Real Imitation. He appeared in Laurie Simmons’ narrative feature, My Art. Most recently, his was the cover of Vice Magazine’s Photography Issue. He currently lives and works between New York City and Memphis.

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