Minh Carrico is interdisciplinary artist, creative entrepreneur, and visual educator. Their present studio practice focuses on producing public art installations and curating gallery exhibitions that examines the issues of citizenship, standardization and the construction of identities.
They launched a creative career as an advertising and editorial photographer while in the attending college in Austin, Texas. Their business model expanded into art direction and graphic design projects while living in New York City.
Minh's artwork has been exhibited in museums and galleries across North America and are held within public collections. Clients and commissions include: Annie Leibovitz, Benjamin Moore Paint, Martha Stewart Living, MTV, Seattle Office of Arts and Culture, Wing Luke Museum, and Whole Foods Market.