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What's on August 7-13//2023
  • | dtinews.vn | August 06, 2023 09:22 PM

HCMC-Operetta “Die Lustige Witwe”

Aug 12 – 13, 8pm 
Saigon Opera House, 7 Cong Truong Lam Son, D1,
From the organizer:

“The Merry Widow”, a special adaptation from the classic operetta “Die Lustige Witwe” by Franz Léhar, original libretto by Viktor Léon & Leo Stein. The project is co-produced by the Ho Chi Minh City Ballet Symphony Orchestra and Opera and the Goethe-Institut Ho Chi Minh City.

Admissions: 1.000.000 – 850.000 – 700.000 – 550.000 – 150.000 (Student tickets)(VND)

Booking & Delivery: 028 3823 7295
Ms. Hương 098 987 4517
Ms. Ngọc 0903604539 (E)



Dalat City-Exhibition “Plastics: Pollution and Solutions”

Until Sep 17, 9 am – 6 pm, 
Floor 3, Lam Dong Provincial Children’s Activity Centre, 10 Ly Tu Trong Street, 
From the organizer:

(Dalat – 18 Jul 2023) Institut Francais in Vietnam and the Phố Bên Đồi Creative Studio in collaboration with the French Development Research Institute, are pleased to present the exhibition “Plastics: Pollution and Solutions”, scheduled to take place in July – September 2023.

The exhibition includes 21 panels of bilingual French – Vietnamese documents, making the journey from Hanoi to Hue and then Da Lat, to interpret the life of plastic from production to consumption in daily life until it is released into the soil and water environment.

Paris-neither fish nor fowl

11 am – 07 pm, 27 Jul – 26 Aug 2023
Galerie BAQ, 15, Rue Beautreillis, 75004 Paris
From the organizer:

A late summer encounter, when the fruits are ripening.

The first group show of the Phu Lang Sa Collabtive project, introducing the works of young Asian and Asian-descent artists in the Phu Lang Sa Collective: Nguyen Phuong Thao, Trần Kim Phượng, Hang Hang, Khieu Anh along with invited artists Ha-Yeon Joo, Maya de Vulpillières, Tống Khánh Hà and Kay Maruta.

Follow updates on event’s page.

Hanoi-Strolling through the Land of Lacquer

Aug 2 – 8,
Vietnam National Museum of Fine Arts, 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Ba Dinh District,
From the organizer:

Lacquer painting is honored as a wonder of Vietnamese fine arts. Grasping the field of lacquer painting resembled a gentle stroll to leave time to savor and capture the eclectic approaches to lacquer art amidst its evolution process. The Muse profoundly presents Strolling through the Land of Lacquer.

Hanoi-Hidden Moment from the East – An Internet Troll

July 7– Oct 7
CUC Gallery
A4703 (Floor 47), Keangnam Hanoi Tower A, Duong Dinh Nghe Street
From the organizer:

Cuc Gallery is pleased to announce Hidden Moment From The East: An Internet Troll — a solo exhibition by the emerging painter Nguyen Ngoc Vu.

Based in Saigon, this is Vu’s first ever show at Cuc Gallery in Hanoi, and it constitutes the second installment in his ongoing Hidden Moment series. The first installment was presented by Cuc Gallery at SEA Focus art fair in Singapore, with the title Hidden Moment From The East: The Internet Has No Filter. In this new chapter, the artist dives once more into the morass of internet culture, combining both Eastern and Western art historical idioms with the cutting-edge cringe of the day.

Hanoi-What’s left behind the Rectum? – Chapter 2: The Great Excretion

Until Aug 13, 09 am – 08 pm,

Mơ Art Space, B3, 136 Hang Trong Street

From the organizer:

This July, Mo Art Space cordially present to art lovers the solo showcase by artist Tèo Phạm, curated by Đỗ Tường Linh

Drawing inspiration from the philosophical writings of Martin Heidegger and Friedrich Nietzsche, the vibrant works of Tèo Phạm leave a strong impression on viewers with the concept of “excretion”. In his practice, he deliberately does not interfere much in terms of content and techniques, while calling his creative process a spiritual excrement – a grand excrement, implying a periodicity in what the mind and the spirit absorb and subsequently generate, the cycle of cause and effect.

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