Personal Work
     Youth Headache
     In Accommodation
     Returning Summer
     A Heart Moved by a Dance
     The Core
     A Gap of Memory

Commission Work


Hơn Một Mét Vải

Mắt Bét (born 1995) is a self-taught photographer from a coastal region of Vietnam, currently based in Ho Chi Minh City. 

Influenced by the natural elements of her birthplace, her practice focuses on exploring the connection between humans and nature, as well as the connections between people themselves. Through her work, she seeks to deepen her understanding of the world, confront her own fears, and cultivate a sense of openness, acceptance, appreciation, and empathy for both the familiar and the unfamiliar.

She develops her visual language through careful observation from signs of objects, gestures signifying intimacy and signs of space- time that indicate belonging through interpretation and reflection of her personal beliefs and memories. By breaking down larger contexts into smaller, detailed observations, she provides comprehensive insights that encourages viewers to explore the unspoken connections that bind us to each other and to the world around us.

In addition to her personal projects, Mắt Bét is a portrait and documentary photographer, bringing the same level of attention and emotional depth to these genres.

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We never look at just one thing; we are always looking at the relation between things and ourselves.
(John Berger, 1972)