Michael Nguyen has been living in Munich since 2007 and has dedicated himself entirely to art again since 2018. He is an artist, not a photographer but more a photographic poet or something he himself could not define.
Calmness in Sight
Select Photographs From the “By the Roadside” Exhibition by Michael Nguyen
December 4, 2021Text by Prof. Dr. Rainer FunkeArtistic photography today moves quite differently than it did a few decades ago as a visual force and communicative intervention. This is amid an overflowing stream of images whose production, administration, and dissemination have long since run out of control of conscientious management.— Michael Nguyen.
The Power of Design
And the Contradictions Between Art and Life
April 6, 2021This article first appeared on L’Œil de la Photographie. Republished on Analog. Cafe with the author’s permission. Learn more about Prof. Dr. Rainer Funke, the author, and Michael Nguyen, the photographer, below. -Dmitri. When will the containers be loaded?— Prof. Dr. Rainer Funke, with images by Michael Nguyen.
Streets of Solitude
Photos From the Bordering Triangle of Germany, France, and Switzerland
August 17, 2020Some may say that streets are social and lively — perhaps, but they are also places of broken dreams, empty selves, and collective solitude. Taken at the bordering triangle of Germany, France, and Switzerland, these images expose the cityscapes’ gloomy, bleak facade.— Michael Nguyen.