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What's on April 18-24/2022
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Creative Dance – METTLER Scholarship

2 semesters: 06 Feb – 29 May, 2022
Registration link

From the organizer:

Mettler-based Creative Dance Scholarship program provides an introduction to the underlying principles and teaching methods used in Mettler-based Creative Dance. The scholarship is provided by Mettler Studio Inc., USA & Vietnam Dance/Movement Therapy for professional and personal development.


Hanoi-Photo exhibit features black-white art

HCM City’s Photography Association, 122 Sương Nguyệt Ánh Street, District 1,

An exhibition of black and white photographs on Vietnamese people and culture especially the daily life of ethnic minority communities.

Featuring 59 photos from latest collections by members of the Gia Định Photography Club.

Many of the displayed photographs are of women and children in remote areas.

They include works by prize-winning photographers like Thái Phiên, Hoàng Thạch Vân and Nguyễn Á.

Hanoi- Tilted Archipelago

Until May 15, 06:38 pm – 09 pm
NGÃ Art Space, TÁCH SPACES, 20 Hai Bà Trưng Street

From the organizer:

“Tilted Archipelago” – a solo exhibition by artist Ha Ninh Pham – invites the audience to “jump” on an adventure journey to distant territories. Here, the horizon, a concept or boundary that splits “the sky” and “the sea”, is defined in this context in a way that does not coincide with the reality in which we are living. On the journey to that territory, the audience encounters islands or traces of life that were (intentionally) left behind. They represent individuals who are torn between self-defining and being defined. Or a simultaneous incarnation of the artist – the work – the audience between two basic roles: subject and object.

Hanoi-Exhibition “Be Here & Listen”

Apr 17 – May 16, 09 am – 08 pm
Workshop: Tues 19 Apr 2022, 05 pm – 09 pm
AZ Gallery
25 Bis, Nguyễn Bỉnh Khiêm, D1

From the organizer:

“Be Here & Listen” – Solo Exhibition
A journey of initiating, soaring, contemplating, home-coming and untethering

Painter Philippe Landry (November 17th, 1958 – France)
– 1985 Graduated from Universitee de Lille (Major in Literature)
– 2005 Graduated from L’ecole du Louvre de Paris 

Hanoi- Exhibition: The Bát Tràng Ceramic Boots. An Inspiration from Italy

Apr 10 – May 3, 09 am – 08 pm
Casa Italia, 18 Le Phụng Hieu Street
From the organizer:

The Embassy of Italy in Hanoi and the Hon Dat Viet Bat Trang Art Museum (Bat Trang Museum) are delighted to present the art exhibition “The Bát Tràng Ceramic Boots. An Inspiration from Italy”.

On this special occasion, the full collection of 12 ceramic boots created by the late People’s Artisan Vu Thang, will be shown to the public for the first time (a partial showcase took place in the Dep Fashion Show in 2011). An invaluable legacy of contemporary Vietnamese art inspired by Italian fashion.

Solo Exhibition “The Boundless Clouds” in Taiwan by Sculptor Vũ Bình Minh

Until May 3
Galerie Grand Siècle, 105, Taiwan, Taipei City, Songshan District, Alley 51, Lane 12, Section 3, Bade Rd

Writen by Trà My:

Vũ Bình Minh is not an unfamiliar name in Vietnam’s sculpture scene in particular, and the Vietnamese contemporary art in general, with his dynamic works of plastic art about nature made from metal. In April 2022, Vũ Bình Minh will have his first solo exhibition in Taiwan by Galerie Grand Siècle. He is also the only representative of Galerie Grand Siècle to participate in Art Solo 2022, the largest and most prestigious solo art fair in Taipei.

Born in 1985 in Bắc Ninh, sculptor Vũ Bình Minh is part of a family whose generations have been practising plastic arts. He has a graduate degree in Sculpture from Vietnam University of Fine Arts. He is a representative for Vietnam’s sculpture art whose works have been selected for prestigious art events in the country and abroad, such as: “Art In The Forest” of Flamingo Contemporary Art Museum, Vietnam (2017), the “3rd International Desert Sculpture Symposium Minqin”, China (2020), “5th Lih Pao International Sculpture Award”, Taiwan (2021), among others.

Hanoi-Exhibition: Republish: Typography As…

Apr 8 – May 1, 09:30 am – 06 pm
Work Room Four, 31/67 To Ngoc Van Street

From the organizer:

After successfully taking place in Ho Chi Minh City in early 2021, “Republish: Typography As…” exhibition is finally coming to Hanoi, the cultural capital of Vietnam.

Initiated by Behalf Studio — a boutique multidisciplinary design firm based in Ho Chi Minh City, “Republish: Typography As…” showcases their dedicated process to research, revive, and digitise organic fonts intrinsically familiar to the country’s urban landscape — an authentic contemporary expression that reflects the team’s inquisitive effort contributive to Vietnam’s ever-evolving creative industries and unique aesthetic identity.

Entrance fee: 50,000 VND

Hanoi-Exhibition: The Oriental Tale

Until Apr 24, 09 am – 06 pm
Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam
27 Quang Trung, Hoan Kiem District,

From Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam:

The Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam proudly presents that an exhibition “The Oriental Tale”, which is a first opportunity to show an overview of lacquer culture between Vietnam and Japan by the artist Trieu Khac Tien – Deputy Dean of Painting Department, Vietnam University of Fine Arts / Lecturer for Lacquer Studies

This exhibition offers a glimpse into the delicate and special techniques of lacquer painting of both countries and gets a deeper understanding of how these two cultures of lacquer art are influenced by each other and integrated into one beautiful work.

HCMC-Exhibition: Breeze on the River

Until Apr 29, Tues – Sat (and by appointment), 10 am 07 pm
Galerie Quynh, 118 Nguyen Van Thu Street, D.1

From the organizer:

Galerie Quynh is pleased to present ‘Breeze on the river’ – the much-anticipated solo exhibition of new work by Tran Van Thao. This is Tran’s sixth major solo exhibition at the gallery coming five years after his last solo show ‘the line’ (2017). In each of his exhibitions with the gallery, with the first held 22 years ago, Tran continues to create surprising abstract compositions inspired by the world around him.

HCMC-Waiting for the End of Wind

Until April 23, Tues – Sat, 11 am – 06 pm
195/14 Xô Viết Nghệ Tĩnh Street
From the organizer:

San Art is pleased to introduce “Waiting for the end of wind”, a solo exhibition by Nguyễn Thái Tuấn.

In 2008, Nguyen Thai Tuan had his first solo exhibition in which he shared his observations on the human condition through the series Black Paintings. Almost immediately, his paintings appeared in a variety of cultural forums, discussions on painting, and interdisciplinary socio-political commentaries.

Hanoi- Exhibition on typical Vietnamese women throughout history

Until May 30, 2022

Hoa Lo Prison Relic

An exhibition displaying the images of typical Vietnamese women throughout history.

Hanoi- Exhibition spotlights tigers in Vietnam’s ancient art

Until August 31,

Vietnam National Museum of History,

Featuring more than 30 exhibits, documents and images featuring tigers throughout over 2,000 years of the country's art history, showing that the image of tigers was widely portrayed in Vietnam’s ancient pottery, carving and folk paintings, among others.

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