What's on
What's on May 22-28/5/2023
  • | dtinews.vn | May 21, 2023 10:09 PM

Exhibition “Road to 2024″

May 24 – June 24
French Embassy in Vietnam, 57 Tran Hung Dao Street
From the organizer:

Curator: Manan Vatsyayana

Agence France-Presse proudly presents 24 incredible photos celebrating the Games and the Olympic spirit in the “Road to 2024” exhibition.

AFP photographers captured these unique images from previous Olympic competitions and events leading to the 2024 Games in Paris. The audience will be able to experience and relive the most memorable moments of these major sporting events thanks to AFP’s distinctive perspective – a blend of expertise, creativity, and innovation.


May 26, 06 pm – 09 pm
Manzi Exhibition Space, 2 Hang Bun Lane
From the organizer:

This is a one-night-only projected showcase of new photography from Hanoi. The work was produced in a long-term intensive photography workshop at Matca and the resulting nine, extraordinary portfolios can teach us all what is possible in this well-practiced art.

Come early and enjoy the company of the photographers and their very special work. There will be no repeat showcase.

Featuring work by: Nguyên Khôi Vũ, Kiên Hoàng, Thạch Minh Hiếu, Nguyễn Vân Nhi, Hồ Anh Vũ, Dan Ni, Bùi Đức Thảo, Hà Nguyên, Hoàng Thảo.

Hue City- Exhibition :”A Reunion with Vietnam”

May 19 – 26,
Lan Vien Co Tich 2, 94/96/98 Bach Dang Street
From the organizer:

Thomas Billhardt (*1937 in Chemnitz) is considered one of the most important documentary photographers in the GDR. He was a freelance photojournalist and became world famous through publications in international magazines and through exhibitions in numerous countries. His pictures documented the horrors of the Vietnam War for the first time, especially in the faces of the children he photographed.

Thomas Billhardt traveled to the bombed and fighting country six times between 1962 and 1975, and many more times later. His photographs have been published in several illustrated books. “Pilots in Pajamas” (1968), »Longing for Peace: Vietnam« (1973), ‘Hanoi. The Day Before Peace” (1973) and “Faces of Vietnam” (1978).

HCMC-Songs of Singularity

Until June 3, Tues – Sat, and by appointment, 10 am – 05 pm
Galerie Quynh, 118 Nguyen Van Thu Street, D1
From the organizer:

An exhibition of new work by Brussels-based artist Trong Gia Nguyen. For his third solo exhibition at the gallery, Nguyen will exhibit four distinct, but connected bodies of work that foreground ideas of conservation, accessibility, reproduction, and attribution of artworks.

Hanoi-Exhibition & Talkshow “Hanoi – A City in Photography”

Exhibition: Until June 3, 08 am – 05 pm

Art and Culture Center 22 Hang Buom Street

From the organizer:

Exhibition “Hanoi – A City in Photography” is an event in the framework of International Photography Biennale Photo Hanoi’23

Curator: Visual Artist Nguyễn Thế Sơn
Artist: Alexandre Garel, Khổng Việt Bách, Diego Cortizas, Lolo Zazar, Peter Steinhauer, Sébastien Laval, Veronika Radulovic, Ben Reich, Bert Danckaert, Nguyễn Hữu Bảo, Nguyễn Thế Sơn, Lê Thịnh, Lê Xuân Phong, Nguyễn Duy Kiên, Maika Elan, Phạm Tuấn Ngọc

Hanoi-Exhibition “Peculiar Interfaces”

Until July 23 (off Monday), 09 am – 07 pm
The Outpost, Roman Plaza Tower B1 (Floor 2), To Huu Street
From the organzier:

In realising the growth of digital media in everyday context and the lack of its discussion in the local art conversations, The Outpost seeks to introduce artworks that engage with the amplifying presence of smart machines and digital technology through our exhibition and acquisition activities. “Peculiar Interfaces” serves as an abstract to The Outpost’s long-term dedication to explore and unpack how technology is impacting our relationships to one another, and to the world around us.

HCMC-Exhibition ‘No more, not yet’

Display: Feb – June, Wed & Fri, 10 am – 04 pm
EMASI Nam Long (D.7)
Tues & Thurs, 10 am – 04 pm
EMASI Vạn Phúc (D.Thủ Đức)
*and every last Saturday of the month

From the organizer:

Nguyen Art Foundation (NAF) proudly invites you to the opening of ‘No more, not yet’, an exhibition that looks back on Nguyen Thi Thanh Mai’s shapeshifting artistic practice in all its multiplicity. Winner of the Artist Excellence Award (inaugural edition, initiated by The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre and managed by in-tangible institute), her work is presented here alongside nearly 20 artists whom she calls her colleagues and friends. The exhibition will be on display from February to June 2023 across the campuses of EMASI Nam Long and EMASI Van Phuc.

Leave your comment on this story