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Anh Duong (Self) Portraits
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The French born, exotic beauty Anh Duong came to New York in 1989, starting as a painter, and actor. She quickly became an extraordinary successful model and internationally known celebrity. Painting has once again moved to the forefront of her life with the June 29, 2000 opening of an exhibition of her work at one of New York's premier gallery, the Tony Shafrazi Gallery. As a pinter, Anh's work has been exhibited in galleries around the world. A recent showing of her work at the Jerome de Noirmont's Paris Gallery created a sensation and sold out within weeks. The list of galleries that her work has appeared includes the PMMK (Belgium), Guy McIntyre (NY), Sperone West Water (NY), and Akarenga Culture Center (Japan). As a model, Anh quickly became recognized as she has been features Celebrity in renowned campaigns for Donna Karan, the Gap, Banana Republic, John Galliano, Christian Lacroix, Calvin Klein. She is presently a key participant and focal point in the launching of Isabella Rossellini's Manifesto fragrance campaign. Anh has worked with such prestigious photographers as Herb Ritts, Steven Meisel, Ruven Afanador, Mario Testino, Javier Vallhontrat, David Seidner and Peter Lindbergh. She has appeared in Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and Elle. As an actress, she has appeared such films, The Mambo Kings, Scent of a Woman, I Shot Andy Warhol, High Art, as well as French films: A Vendre (Laetitia Masson), and Love Me (Laetitia Masson), which competed in the Berlin Film Festival. Anh has even directed a documentary on Julian Schnabel's exhibition in Sevilla (Spain).

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