MyLinh Kunst Photography

2016 - PORTRAITS of HOPE: Portrait series of change-makers and survivors in the sex-trafficking trade in the Netherlands. Exhibit and book premier on October 7th, 2016 at the FAWCO Symposium: STAND UP against Human Trafficking.

2012-2013 - My-Linh spent a year portraying the stories of fifteen families from the Ronald McDonald House Berlin, a house for parents of critically ill children to live near the hospital where their children are treated.  The images show not only the medical realities faced by these families, but also the unconditional love of the parents and the joy of environment.  The show is being exhibited around Berlin throughout 2013 on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the Ronald McDonald House Berlin and the book is available with a donation to the House.

January-March, 2013 - Deutsche Bank, Otto Suhr Allee 6-16, 10585 Berlin

March-May, 2013 - Deutsche Herz Zentrum Berlin, Augustenburger Platz 1  13353 Berlin

May-July, 2013 - Leonardo Royal Hotel, Otto-Braun-Straße 90  10249 Berlin. Vernissage on Wednesday, May 22, 2013 18:00

2007-2009 - My-Linh completed a global project celebrating the achievements of American women living abroad. She photographed 30 women in 15 countries. Her portraits along with the women's life stories are featured in a photography book BEYOND BORDERS: Portraits of American Women around the World and an accompanying exhibit. The exhibit premiered in March 2008 in Seoul, Korea, and travelled to as a solo show to Berlin, Paris and The Hague. For more information, go to www.americans-beyond-borders.com. The book is available worldwide on the website and in the US on www.amazon.com.