Tommy Kha is a photographer based between Brooklyn, NY and his hometown, Memphis, TN.
He is a recipient of the En Foco Photography Fellowship, the Jessie and Dolph Smith Emeritus Award, and a former artist-in-residence at Center for Photography at Woodstock, Light Work, and Fountainhead, and upcoming Baxter Street at the Camera Club of New York workspace resident. In December 2015, Kha published his first monograph, A Real Imitation, through Aint-Bad.
Most recently, his photograph was the cover of Vice Magazine’s annual photography issue, where his new body of work appeared alongside photographer, William Eggleston.
He occasionally performs, writes, and appears in some films, most recently appearing in Laurie Simmons’ feature, My Art. Kha holds an MFA in Photography from Yale University.
“I am this space my body believes in.” Neon Vernacular, Yusef Komunyakaa
My work is about the self in self-portrait, the portrait in self-portrait, and the hyphen in self-portrait.
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