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What's on August 29-September 4/2022
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Hanoi-Exhibition features dialogue between calligraphy, graffiti

Until Sep 30,

The Temple of Literature,

An exhibition named “Calligraphy – Graffiti Dialogue” featuring 39 works of calligraphy and graffiti by Vietnamese calligraphers and graffiti artists across the country.

The works are arranged like a story about two people with different personalities and the dialogue which brings them together to empathise and share with each other.

HCMC-Len Lỏi Exhibition

Until Sep 23, 8am-5pm
Gallery 1, Building 2, Level 1, Saigon South campus, RMIT University Vietnam, 702 Nguyen Van Linh Street,

From the organizer:

Len Lỏi Exhibition is a speculative spatial design project which intentionally challenges one’s perception and understanding of hẻm (alley) in District 4, Ho Chi Minh city. Drawing from students’ multiple research approaches, engagement with locals and place experiences, a series of multifunctional adaptive reuse commercial spaces designed by students in Interior Stream – Design Studies at RMIT University is finally ready to be showcased.

Hanoi-Exhibition “Future Perfect”

30 June – 05 Sep 2022, 10 am – 09 pm
Vincom Center for Contemporary Art (VCCA)
B1 – R3, Vincom Mega Mall Royal City
72A Nguyen Trai, Thanh Xuan District, Hanoi

From VCCA:

From June 30, 2022, Vincom Center for Contemporary Art (VCCA) introduces artist Le Giang’s solo exhibition – “Future Perfect”, displaying more than 20 works including gem paintings, sculptures and video installations, as the result of Le Giang’s research and composition over the past year.

Hanoi-Exhibition “Movement”

Until Aug 30 Aug, 09 am – 12 pm & 01:30 pm – 05 pm
VICAS Art Studio, 32 Hao Nam Street, Dong Da District

From the organizer :

Movement by Mzung Nguyen is a solo exhibition, a visual essay reflecting the transition of urban life through a mixed discipline of collage-art practices. In terms of materials, this project collects and reuses hundreds of old magazines, which have been published during the past decade. Mzung Nguyen finds motivation in tracking the shifts in time and space, the replacement of old and new values, the cultural disparity between tradition and modernity, and the contrasts between human life and the natural world that are printed out in these old publications.

Hanoi-Artshow “Downtown in Reverie”

Until Sep 4, 09 am 08 pm
Mơ Art Space, B3, 136 Hang Trong Street, Hoan Kiem District

From the organizer:

Mơ Art Space cordially invite art lovers to visit the solo exhibition by our artist Nguyen Ngoc Liem.

HCMC-In the Midst of Mirages

Exhibition: 05 – 31 Aug 2022
Vin Gallery
35/8 Nguyen Van Dau Street, Binh Thanh District

From the organizer:

“In the midst of mirages” is the title of Vin Gallery’s next show by Duy Phương. The show will present Duy Phương’s long-term photography projects, “Volatile States” (2010 – 2017) and “Mirages” (2017 – 2022). Duy Phương beautifully captures the emotions and changes in the landscape of Vietnam and the society in its natural state.

Follow updates on event’s page.

HCMC-Exhibition: Illuminated Curiosities

Until Dec 2022
EMASI Nam Long
147 Street No.8, Nam Long Residential area, District 7,
EMASI Van Phuc
2 Street No.5, Van Phuc Residential City, Thu Duc District,

From the organizer:

Nguyen Art Foundation (NAF) proudly invites you to the opening of ‘Illuminated Curiosities’, a group exhibition with 26 artists featuring 46 artworks from within and outside NAF’s Collection. Curated by art researcher Ace Le, with the curatorial assistance from Duong Manh Hung and Tam Nguyen, the exhibition will take place simultaneously across the campuses of EMASI Nam Long and EMASI Van Phuc, over the course of six months from May to December of 2022. ‘Illuminated Curiosities’ is a collaborative effort between NAF and Lan Tinh Foundation.

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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