Nguyễn Đức Diễm Quỳnh (otherwise known as Quỳnh Lâm) is an interdisciplinary artist with an architecture background, working in performance, video, installation, and conceptual work. She is a Fulbright Scholar, a recipient of the 2019 Art Future Prize in Taiwan, a presenter at the international conference “ReVIEWING Black Mountain College 11”, and was a Riedel fellow at Ragdale Foundation (Illinois, USA), Hambidge fellow at Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sciences (Georgia, USA), and Oak Spring Garden Foundation (Virginia, USA).

Quỳnh has exhibited work in Vietnam and abroad; some highlights include The Factory Contemporary Arts Center (Ho Chi Minh City), Art Formosa (Taipei), The Vincom Center for Contemporary (Hanoi), Richard Koh Fine Art Gallery (Singapore), Gallery ONKAF (New Delhi), Mana Contemporary (New Jersey, Chicago, Miami) – in partnership with CADAF (Contemporary & Digital Art Fair), Stamford Arts Center (Singapore), and Museum of Contemporary Art Nashville (MOCAN).

Her works have been featured in many publications: Imago Mundi–Vietnam: New Winds Collection (Luciano Benetton Collection, 2015), Saigon Artbook (edition 6, 2016), XEM (issue 7, 2017), Inlen (issue 2, 2017), Frame to Focus: Vietnamese American Women Artists (sponsored by The Catherine G. Murphy Gallery, 2020). Her artbooks--a part of the 'Vietnam Artist Books Project' of Indochina Arts Partnership, which was sponsored by the Danish Cultural Development and Exchange Fund--have been accessioned to several libraries, e.g. the MoMA, Yamamoto Gendai, Bay Library, Salon Saigon, Dia Project, UCLA library, UTK John C. Hodges Library (Special Collections), and other art hubs.