Ai Bo Gallery

One Stratton Road

New York 10577 New York

United States

Phone : 914-251-0169

Fax : 914-251-0122

Mobile Ph. : 914-263-7500


Karen Johnson   ()

luis f Perez   ()

Glenn Aber   ()


Ai Bo Gallery showcases art that stands out and translates across multiple arenas of discourse, art history and culture. We focus on promoting internationally emerging and mid-career artists who mix traditional disciplines like painting, drawing and sculptures as well as installations with new media, mixed media, and unique methodology. Working closely with our artists, we encourage the balance of innovative conceptual ideas with a highly visual approach. Committed to facilitating global exposure for our artists, the gallery determines to bring their works to the most prestigious art shows world-wide.

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Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Jean Luc Virard BOUN

  • Tom Brzon

  • Ford Crull

  • Casper Faassen

  • Doug Frohman

  • Cristina Ghetti  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Le Thanh Son

  • J. Margulis  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Tom Marosz

  • Mattia Novello

  • John Petrey

  • Madonna Phillips

  • Suzy Scarborough

  • Louis Sclafani

  • Janet Sherman

  • Petr Stacho

  • Truong Tan  (+)

    Exhibition : Truong has had solo exhibitions at Gallery Ecole, Hanoi (1994), Kunsthalle Bielefeld, Germany (1996), Gallery Les Singuliers, Paris (1997, 1999, and 2000), Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris (1998 and 1999), Gallery 4A, Sydney (1998), Asian Fine Art Gallery, Berlin (1999), Nhasan Studio, Hanoi (2002), Ryllega Gallery, Hanoi (2004 and 2005), and Thavibu Gallery, Bangkok (2010). Notable group exhibitions include Singapore Biennial

    Detailed Description : Truong Tan currently lives and works in both Hanoi and Paris. Truong Tan was born in 1963 and graduated in 1989 from the University of Fine Arts in Hanoi, Vietnam. Truong Tan’s unique artistic perspective is rooted in his struggles to maintain and express his sexuality in a sexually repressed society. As an openly gay artist, Truong Tan has long fought for the opportunity to exhibit his art whose overarching theme relates to his homosexuality. Truong Tan’s difficulties in exhibiting his work in Vietnam forced him to move to Paris where he began to receive world-wide acclaim. Working primarily with lacquer on wood, Truong Tan has mastered this medium with a distinct style and voice. Truong Tan’s works have been added to the permanent collections of major art museums including the Singapore Art Museum, the Queensland Art Gallery in Australia and the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum in Japan. Truong Tan’s Truong Tan’s paintings were also part of the exhibit at the Guggenheim Museum in New York entitled “No Country” sponsored by the UBS MAP Global Art Initiative in 2013.