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What's on November 27-December 3/2023
  • | dtinews.vn | November 26, 2023 09:04 PM

HCMC-Participatory Performance with Ly Hoang Ly

Nov 28, 07 am – 10 am,

Sàn Art, Units B6.16 and B6.17, 6th Floor, Block B Office, Millennium Masteri, Ward 6, District 4, HCMC (enter via Nguyen Huu Hao street)

Registration Link
From the organizer:

San Art cordially invites our colleagues and audiences to participate in a performance with artist Ly Hoang Ly on Tuesday, November 28. As an open-ended conclusion to her open studio, the artist and participants will walk together, open up and carry on stories about the aesthetic and social values of performance art, about the possibilities of displaying and experiencing public works of art. Participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing, walking shoes, and come along with a spirit of playfulness and openness.

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HCMC-Screening Programme | “Everyone I know is sick”

Dec 1, 06:30 pm – 08 pm, 
35 Lily Road, APSC Compound, 36 Thao Dien St., District 2, Thu Duc City,
Registration link
From the organizer:

Sàn Art is proud to partner with Visual AIDS and the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands for Day With(out) Art 2023 by presenting Everyone I Know Is Sick, a program of five videos generating connections between HIV and other forms of illness and disability.

* Films in English/Vietnamese

The program features newly commissioned work by Dorothy Cheung (Hong Kong), Hiura Fernandes & Lili Nascimento (Brazil), Beau Gomez (Canada/Philippines), Dolissa Medina & Ananias P. Soria (USA), and Kurt Weston (USA).



Hanoi-Lost & Found

Nov 26-Dec 2, 10:30 am – 07:30 pm,
Chau & Co Gallery, No. 11 alley 123 Nguyen Dinh Thi Street
From the organizer:

Perhaps no one has ever lived without thinking about the occult world. The coexistence between the physical world and the spiritual world has been subject to much research and debates over the years, but each one of us surely has our own answer.

Inner strength has carried Hà Châu Bảo Nhi through traumatic early life experiences (with life & death) as well as recent devastating personal loss and yet, the aftermath of inflicted emotional pain still remains. Rather than sinking deeper into the darkness, she turned to the healing power of art to save herself. Through this artwork series, she aims to document her personal observations about the spiritual world, death and rebirth, loss and gain, hope and pain, all intertwined in the dual nature of life as we know it.

Hanoi-Exhibition “Transfiguration”

06 – 20 Dec 2023
The Muse Artspace, 47 Treng Tien Street
From the organizer:

Vu Hiep undertook a long and strenuous path when concurrently researching fine art and the artistic application of architecture, resulting in his eccentric art form. One that was molded from Vietnamese spiritual values, architecture, ancient sculpture, and peculiar artistry with a surreal touch from the traditional painting material, silk.

Only a few contemporary painters pursue a path with such a distinct and coherent mindset. A prominent attribute in Vu Hiep’s paintings is the integration of traditional folklore, with its vague yet witty humor, and sometimes exaggeration (or “sass” – stated by the artist when talking about Vietnamese artistic identity).

HCMC-Exhibition “The Language of Water”

Nov 17-29; 8 am – 10 pm,
50 Nguyen Van Mai Street, D3, HCM City
Link to register to attend the exhibition
Link to register for Art Talk & Workshop
From the organizer:

In a diverse and innovative art environment, the intersection of cultures and artistic styles always brings new and creative experiences. The exhibition “The Language of Water” by artist Nicolás López is a testament to this and a meaningful new chapter in his artistic journey around the world.

“The Language of Water” is the statement of Nicolás López’s characteristic painting technique and the title he chose for his series of personal exhibitions and workshops in many countries worldwide. Watercolor works tell the inner spiritual stories of indigenous people and cultures, exploring the diversity of the world through artistic journeys from Peru to Europe, Asia, and now to Vietnam.

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Hanoi-Exhibition “Accompany”

Until Dec 3
The Muse Artspace, 47 Trang Tien Street
From the organizer:

During the development process for the Hai Phong artists exhibition, we tried to perceive the geographic region through their artworks as the impact of living environment and regional culture is somewhat engraved into the art of each individual. We’d acknowledged this through their realistic sceneries in previous exhibitions; peaceful, romanticized, idealized, beautiful yet gloomy. However, as some artists put efforts to dive deeper into personal expression, their art becomes rich, and reflective, and reinvigorates the spirit of the scenery.

HCMC-Exhibition “A State Called Meow”

Until Dec 3, 09 am – 08 pm,
Annam Gallery, 371/4 Hai Ba Trung Street, D3
Entrance fee: 50,000đ/person
From the organizer:

Annam Gallery and Lân Tinh Foundation are thrilled to announce the first solo exhibition of Chu Tiến Thăng titled “A state called meow”.

Since ancient times, cats have always been a symbol in many different cultures around the world. They are mascots representing knowledge, wealth and luck. In the Asian 12 zodiac animals in countries such as China, Korea or Japan, the year “卯” represents the rabbit. The Vietnamese spoonerizes the Chinese word and have been calling it the year of the Cat.

Cats in everyday life scenes bring people endless inspiration and joy. Chu Tiến Thăng’s interest in cats also comes from the simplest beauties, such as when they are playing, dozing off, licking,… making us admire their flexible bodies. The actions of each body part are extremely independent, which stimulates the artist’s curiosity and will be the material for him to continue drawing in the future.

Hue City-Exhibition “AWAKE”

Until Nov 20, 09 am – 09 pm
Floor 1, Sống Platform, A2 Commercial Area, Hung Vuong Street, Phu Nhuan Ward
From the organizer:
The exhibition “AWAKE” by artist/ comic illustrator Jeet Zdung features nearly 50 art pieces on the theme of wildlife, aiming to offer fresh insights into the world of wild animals and their unique stories and lives.

HCMC-Exhibition “White Blank”

Until Dec 9, 10 am – 07 pm, Tues – Sat,
Galerie Quynh, 118 Nguyen Van Thu Street, D1,
From the organizer:

Galerie Quynh is pleased to present ‘White Blank’ – a highly anticipated exhibition of new works by Paris-based artist Tran Nu YênKhê. Known internationally in film for acting, art direction and costume design, YênKhê has been making art quietly for over three decades, though rarely exhibits her work publicly. In her first solo exhibition at the gallery, new and recent works created in Paris and Ho Chi Minh City are being presented for the first time.
In the series of sculptures titled ‘White Blank’, YênKhê creates fluid forms that provide a source of meditation and relief from the turmoil of the world in which we live. Made in a range of materials from plaster, cast bronze and composite, the soft, organic structures are unrecognizable as specific entities yet at the same time, feel familiar. Inspired by a quote from Kandinsky, “White sounds as a silence, a nothing before any beginning,” YênKhê’s sculptures are entirely white – the works only become tangible through the presence of light. They are defined entirely through subtle shadows and highlights; any change in light engenders a transformation of their anatomy.

HCMC-Exhibition “Whoop Whoop”

Until Nov 30
Vin Gallery, 35/8 Nguyen Van Dau Street, Binh Thanh District,
From the organizer:

Vin Gallery is humbled to present “Whoop Whoop” a solo show by Katharina Arndt. Living and working between Berlin and Barcelona, Katharina Arndt displays her unique and honest details in her paintings. “Whoop Whoop” depicts how she captures the everyday life of a consumerist society through her colorful paintings. The paintings are also symbols, they appear as tools to articulate the immaterial objects that haunt human life, especially in the online world.

Hanoi-Exhibition “Birdsong”

Until Dec 17, 11 am – 07 pm, Tues – Sun
Manzi Exhibition Space
No. 2 ngõ Hàng Bún, Ba Dinh District
From the organizer:

An exhibition by Trần Trung Tín entitled ‘Birdsong’ on the occasion of the late artist’s 90th birthday anniversary

Trần Trung Tín (1933 – 2008), a talented man with an exceptional life born into a bizarre epoch, had started painting merely as a way to go through the aftermath of an ideological crisis. Stuck in the extreme disillusionment and suppression, forbidden to speak up his thoughts or write out his opinions, Trần Trung Tín began to draw. In such a strange twist of fate, the used-to-be actor/announcer/film screenwriter then spent the entire last half of his life painting ceaselessly and quietly, and unexpectedly became the most absurd and brilliant phenomenon of Vietnamese art.

Exhibition recalls liberation of Hanoi

Until Dec 31,
Hoa Lo Prison,

An exhibition, named “The Roar of the Red River” which has two parts.

The first part features Hanoi’s preparations for a long resistance war following President Ho Chi Minh’s appeal for national resistance against the French.

The second part highlights the significance of the Dien Bien Phu Campaign in 1954, which forced the French to sign the Geneva Accords and withdraw their troops from northern Vietnam.

Exhibition “Plan of Summer”

Until Dec 31, 10 am – 05 pm,
Artigin Art Space, Main lobby of Lotte Mall Westlake office building, 683 Lac Long Quan Street, Tay Ho District
From the organizer:

As an extension, born with the purpose of continuing the art story of Hanoi Studio Gallery, we would like to introduce Artigin – Origin of Art. With an experienced team, we hope to bring art closer to the public through organizing professional, high-quality art exhibitions and events, continuing to accompany and advise units, organizations, and collectors inside and outside Vietnam.

Artigin Art Space, is pleased to introduce to art lovers the exhibition Plan of the Summer, with the participation of 6 artists- Do Minh Tam, Tran Hai Minh, Dam Dang Lai, Tran An, Can Van An, Dinh Duy Ton.

Hanoi-Exhibition “Stratum Zero”

Until Dec 3; 09 am – 07 pm, Tues – Sun,
The Outpost Art Organisation, Roman Plaza Tower B1 (Floor 2), To Huu Street,
From the organizer:

Stratum Zero displays a wide range of works by Vietnamese artists in The Outpost Collection. The exhibition attends to the analysis of the aesthetic context and construction of the contemporary Vietnamese spirit and artistic landscape evoked from the works. That analysis and construction is expressed through the practice of processing and restructuring the material language, through marking the enduring flow of Asian folklore and philosophy, as well as hidden, peripheral historical perspectives.

HCMC-Concurrent Exhibitions: “White Noise” & “Rhyming Gestures”

07 Aug 2023 – Jan 2024
10 am – 04 pm, Wed & Fri
EMASI Nam Long, 147 No 8, Nam Long Residential Area, D7,
10 am – 04 pm, Tues & Thurs
EMASI Vạn Phúc, 2 Street 5, Van Phuc Residential Area, Thu Duc District
From the organizer:

Nguyen Art Foundation (NAF) proudly presents ‘White Noise’ (curated by Van Do) and ‘Rhyming Gestures’ (curated by Thái Hà and Nhat Q. Vo) – two concurrent exhibitions with the participation of 19 artists from within and outside of our Collection. The exhibitions will take place simultaneously across the campuses of EMASI Nam Long (District 7) and EMASI Van Phuc (Thu Duc City) from August 2023 to January 2024.

As a series of re-configurations of existing artworks from within and outside of NAF’s Collection, ‘White Noise’ proposes an interpretation of the Foundation’s 2023 theme Community and Compassion through a post-pandemic and post-human lens with participating artists Dao Tung, Tran Tuan, Nguyen Phuong Linh, Lai Dieu Ha, Nguyen Huy An, Dinh Q. Le, Nguyen Tran Nam, Jeamin Cha, Cam Xanh and Nguyen Trung.

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