Binh Dang (1985), a documentary and contemporary photographer living and working in Hanoi. While attending Hanoi Industry University of Fine Art, he began exploring himself through photography and started personal projects that helped him to understand more social implications. Recently, his works also moved towards exploring private thoughts where his pictures can become an abstract representation of his mind.
Since 2010, he has self-taught and been approaching to become an independent photographer. He joined in famous photography workshops in Asia such as Angkor Workshop, Foundry Workshop, and Photography Workshop in The College of Arts in EUNIC’s Open Academy Europe and also gets many good feedbacks about his awareness and vision in documentary photography. Now his desire is to reveal different variables of truth in the existence by his concepts and methods.
His works exhibited at the Cultural Exchange Programmed in Hanoi History Museum, the Phnom Penh Festival in Cambodia, the Japan Foundation in New Delhi and other locations.
2013 - Joop Swart Master Class, 2012 - Documentary Art Asia, 2010 - Angkor Workshop
The ghosts of My lai
A present-day photo of the fields and water buffalo surrounding My Lai, collaged with a photo of a U.S. soldier firing an M-16 during the 1968 massacre. (Ronald S. Haeberle / The Life Images Collection / Getty Images; Composite image by photographer Binh-Dang)