Johnny Le is traveling between Los Angeles, New York City, and Portland, OR.
In 2013 Le founded Galerie Hideout, a migratory gallery exploring the ephemeral ethos of curiosity, chance encounters, and travel. He has curated and organized several exhibitions in Portland, Los Angeles, and Paris.
He is a contributing editor of Highsnobiety Magazine and editor-at-large for Purple Fashion Magazine. He photographed and has written stories about art, culture, and design in Asia, Europe, and the US.
As a co-founder and creative director of independent consulting studio An Nhau Inc., he advises and creative consults for brands and organizations in the US, Japan, and China. Born through the studio is a neighborhood restaurant and mini-market business Thơm where he serves as a chief brand officer.
Johnny Le is an artist, multimedia documentarian, curator, and editor.
His diaristic practice captures cinema photographically in movement. He creates in-between sceneries and portraiture, imbuing a relational candidness with unknown-to-established artists, icons, interiors, food, and spaces.
Le extends the rapport formed with his subjects through an experimental curatorial practice, and creative consulting where he builds upon collaboration. He presents concepts, thematic art exhibitions, and cultural programming bridging the divergent communities of the art world, entertainment, fashion, gastronomy, music, and the use of unorthodox exhibition spaces.