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GF, 7 Ltl. Miller St
Brunswick East,
VIC 3057 AUS

Opening Hours

Wed–Fri 12–5pm
Sat 12–4pm



Minh-An Pham To the boy I love

Opening: Wednesday June 5th, 6-8pm Dates: June 5th -29th

Phuong and I met each other in Vietnam, and realized we’d both be studying in the same university in Australia. In February, when I arrived, Phuong became my first friend in Melbourne.

We started spending time together and sharing what we have experienced as international students - the nostalgia for our families, the solitude in our souls and the hindrance of being an “outsider” of this country.

In May, Phuong left his apartment and moved in with me.

To the boy I love serves as a love letter, exploring the intimacy between two Asian queer people living under the same roof. The construction of love develops gradually through the time we stay together. But the word “love” has not been uttered by either of us. We acknowledge the struggles of our future as being an artist living in a foreign country or even our home country. The obscure future where there is no guarantee to our choices, our dreams and our relationships.

The project, therefore, will become an archive for us, even though we do not know what the future holds, but it was there, and will always be there, as a testament to our love, to the boy I love.

Performing on the opening night on Wednesday 5 June from 6:30pm, Letters from Phương is a collaboration between two artists Minh-An Pham and Phuong Nguyen Le. The performance is the response of Phuong to To the boy I love and also the relationship between the two of them. With pen and words, the letter will unveil Phuong’s hidden emotions towards An.

Minh-An Pham is a Vietnamese artist based from Sai Gon, currently living and studying in Australia. He uses photography as the main means to express his ego. An’s photography practice revolves around themes of family, queer love, and the delicate relationship between dream and reality. With the curiosity to rummage through his feelings, he seeks answers for the correlation between emptiness, dreams in reality and emotions hidden by himself and the people around him.