"The opening performance by Vięt Lę, entitled “incredible, indelible invisible man” was disturbing. Naked in white powder, the artist delicately covers his entire body with an immaculate mixture. When the artist tries to remove the substance, he strikes poses of suffering, prayer and prostration. He becomes hysterical. His skins turns red from the constant rubbing, his body shakes with tremors. We cannot help but think of the Japanese victims of radiation, an invisible and dangerous substance that creeps into every corner of the country and whose disparation is uncertain, not to say impossible."

---Laurence Cornet, Le Journal de la Photagraphie, March 15, 2013 (English and French)

War is for the Living exhibition review by Holland Cotter, New York Times, March 14, 2013