Đỗ Tuấn Anh (b. 1979 in Thanh Hoa Province, Vietnam) graduated from the University for Art and Design Hanoi in 2000, and currently lives and works in Solingen, Germany. Using the strong graphic approach he acquired in his studies, Đỗ Tuấn-Anh’s monochromatic ink and acrylic images explore the complexities and fragility of time.

Đỗ Tuấn-Anh’s works are memento mori/ vanitas: reflecting  time and decay, reminding us of the struggle and shortness of our individual lifespans. Exploring how time passes, witnessing history, and observing its traces, Tuấn Anh also takes inspiration from buddhism and the artist Hubert Robert, by freezing a moment in today's fast-changing modern society.


Recent exhibitions: Reflection of the Doubled Scenery, Hanoi Studio Gallery, Hanoi, Vietnam (2022); Aus der Isolation, The Centre for Persecuted Arts, Solingen, Germany (2020); Erinnerungsrelikte, FONIS Galerie, Düsseldorf, Germany (2019); Migration und Identität, Goethe Institut, Hanoi, Vietnam (2015);  Stories told in an oriental way,  Manzi Art Space, Hanoi, Vietnam (2014); Faraway, Craig Thomas Gallery, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (2012); I wish…, Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, Hanoi, Vietnam (2010); Asian art fairnale 2010, Haslla Art World Museum, Korea (2010).

His work is in the collections of the ​Ho Chi Minh Fine Art Museum, HCM city, Vietnam.