Elaine Tin Nyo
Elaine Tin Nyo’s family came to the U.S. when she was seven as exiles from their native Burma. Burmese food is central to her earliest memories, and since the early 1990s, food has been a vehicle for the artist to explore issues of mortality and responsibility. Now based in New York, Tin Nyo has received project support from the Bronx Museum, Seoksu Art Project, Franklin Furnace and The Phillips Collection, among others. Her photographs, food, videos, installations and performances have been presented at New Museum, Deitch Projects, Creative Time, Färgfabriken, Brooklyn Museum, Josée Bienvenu Gallery, Postmasters Gallery, the French Culinary Institute and other venues.
This Little Piggy
This Little Piggy will explore mankind’s love/loathing relationship to swine. With local breeders, the artist will …
EventsJul 01, 14
Faye Driscoll, Natalie Jeremijenko, Meredith Monk, Miriam Simun & Elaine Tin Nyo in Jake Yuzna-curated “NYC Makers” at the Museum of Art & Design in New YorkJun 07, 14 Jan 20, 14
Elaine Tin Nyo and Barbara Hammer participate in "EAT!: A 60th ANNIVERSARY FEAST" at the Anthology Film Archives in New York