This evening artist talk is FREE and open to the public and will be presented via Zoom.
In conjunction with the 2020 Filter Photo Festival, join us for an artist talk with Tommy Kha, a photographer based between New York City and his hometown of Memphis, TN. Kha will present a talk about his career, ongoing projects, and an upcoming book.
Tommy Kha is a photographer based between New York City and his hometown, Memphis, TN. He is an Artadia (New York) 2020 finalist, CR Magazine’s Photography Annual 2019 winner, Hyères Photography 2019 Grand Prix finalist, En Foco Photography Fellowship recipient, and a former artist-in-residence at Center for Photography at Woodstock, Light Work, Fountainhead, and Baxter Street at the Camera Club of New York. His work has been published in FOAM, Creative Review, Dazed, Interview, McSweeney’s, Hyperallergic, Vice, Slate, Huffington Post, BUTT Magazine, and Miranda July’s “We Think Alone.” He was the cover of Vice Magazine’s 2017 Photography Issue. His first solo show took place at Blue Sky Gallery, followed by his New York City debut at the Camera Club of New York in May 2019. Kha holds an MFA in Photography from Yale University.
He likes to think he takes after his great aunt, who “read too many books and went crazy.”