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What's on June 19-25/2023
  • | dtinews.vn | June 19, 2023 05:01 AM

Hanoi-French conductor to lead “The Little Prince” musical in Vietnam

June 23-24,

Hanoi Opera House, 1 Trang Tien Street

The Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra is set to perform “The Little Prince” musical under the direction of French conductor Marc-Olivier Dupin.

The event will begin with a performance put on by Vietnamese violinist Bui Cong Duy. He will perform the Symphony No.1 of composer Tran Manh Hung and the concerto Poème for violin and orchestra, opus 25 by renowned French composer Ernest Chausson.


HCMC-Exhibition “Neverwhere”

Jun 13-Aug 5, Tues – Sat, 10 am – 07 pm
Galerie Quynh, 118 Nguyen Van Thu, D1
From the organizer:

In the vast expanse of the universe, we find ourselves in an infinitesimally small space, encountering endless mysteries that defy our understanding. Throughout history, artists and scientists alike have been captivated by the idea of parallel realities. Drawing inspiration from quantum mechanics, string theory, and avant-garde art movements, Neverwhere delves into the uncharted territories of the imagination, transcending conventional norms and questioning the limitations of our perception. The exhibition brings together six visionary artists – Nadege David, Cian Duggan, Sandrine Llouquet, Ngo Dinh Bao Chau, Trong Gia Nguyen, and Vo Tran Chau – who invite us on a mesmerizing journey through the intersections of art, science, and spirituality. The title “Neverwhere” borrows from the eponymous novel by Neil Gaiman that depicts an unseen world beneath the sewers – LondonBelow– where strange destinies await, suggesting the idea of a physical space that does not yet exist in time.

Danang-Exhibition “Japanese dolls”

Until Jun 20, 08 am – 05 pm
1st Floor, Danang Fine Arts Museum, 78 Le Duan Street, Hai Chau District

Introducing nearly 70 pieces of dolls, both traditional and modern, that were made in Japan, displayed in 2 sections: human-shaped dolls and wooden dolls Kokeshi.

Hanoi-French Embassy hosts AFP’s “Road to 2024” photo exhibition

Until June 24,

Featuring 24 photographs snapped by Agence France-Presse (AFP) photographers to celebrate the 2024 Paris Olympic Games.

AFP photographers captured a range of unique images during previous Olympic competitions and events leading up to the 2024 Games which will be held in the French capital. Audiences will be able to experience and relive the most memorable moments of these major sporting events thanks to AFP’s distinctive perspective, which combines a expertise, creativity, and innovation.

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.

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.

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