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What's on June 3-9/2024
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Hanoi-SiaM vol 36: Above the Sea of Fog

Jun 7, 08 pm
Tita Art, 164A Tran Vu Street, Ba Dinh District
Jun 8, 08 pm
Middle Cafe, 55 Ma May, Hoan Kiem District

From the organizer:

Joining the duo we know and love, Thu and Vân, on stage this month is violist Phùng Hoài Thu. Together they will paint a misty picture with music, taking inspiration from the piece, “Wanderer above the Sea of Fog” by Caspar David Friedrich. This painting reflects the smallness of of human beings in a moment of revelation, yet is also captures the experience of looking inside yourself and the complicated emotions that our small but miraculous body carries.

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HCMC-We Ate the Forest

May 25-July 27, 10 am – 07 pm, Tues – Sat,
Galerie Quynh, 118 Nguyen Van Thu, D1,
From the organizer:

Nadege David’s solo exhibition, We Ate The Forest, borrows its title from the 1957 book Nous avons mangé la forêt (We have eaten the forest), which refers to the agricultural practices of Vietnam’s indigenous Mnong people and written by the late anthropologist Georges Condominas. David’s new paintings, situated in our current era of the Anthropocene, thrust us into dense, saturated forests filled with myths and tales that unfold in a world populated with animals and vegetation pulsating with vitality and energy.

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HCMC-In the Act

May 20 – June 03
Vin Gallery, 35/8 Nguyen Van Dau, Binh Thanh District,
From the organizer:

Representing the culmination of Hải Ô’s devoted work, aiming to deliver an experience of the ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY that is authentically rustic yet distinctly Vietnamese, visually unique in its expression, and adhering to international production quality standards.

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Hanoi-Exhibition “The Sun’s Reflection”

May 8-June 9, 10 am – 07 pm, Tues – Sun,
Gate Gate Gallery, 55 Van Mieu Street, Dong Da District
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From the organizer:

Introducing 12 latest works created in 2024 by artist Le Quynh Anh.

The works in this exhibition have the theme “The Sun’s Reflection”, with titles reminiscent of brilliant summers in the places the artist has lived and visited. Between the different formal frames, the audience may perceive the lines converging and bulging or fading according to the artist’s breathing and arm movements, adding unevenness and expression to the surface of works. Each work exudes the accumulation or condensation of time, sometimes patiently waiting for a spontaneous or self-conscious subtle streak of Quynh Anh.

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HCMC-Humming at the End of a Dream

Until June 9
Sàn Art, Units B0616 & B0617, 6th Floor, Block B Office, Millennium Masteri, Ward 6, District 4
From the organizer:

A solo exhibition by Nghia Dang, investigates the artist’s continuing interest in the construction of the psyche and the mind’s capacity for image-making.

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Heritage Journey photo contest 2024

An annual photography contest held by Vietnam Airlines inflight Heritage Magazine, will receive entries from April 1 until July 7, 2024.

This year, the contest has four categories of Culture - Heritage; Landscape – Tourist Destination (domestic and international); Lifestyle - Portraits - Moments Vietnam Airlines; and special shooting techniques such as drone, macro, and underwater photography.

Details on the contest are available at http://heritagevietnamairlines.com/giai-thuong-di san/the-le-giai. Photographers can submit their entries via https://giaianh.heritagevietnamairlines.com.

HCMC- A Necromancy Paintings

Until June 29, 09 am – 06 pm, Mon – Sat,
22 Gallery, 22 Pham Cu Luong, Ward 2, Tan Binh District,
Registration link
From the organizer:

The solo exhibition “Hoạ Chiêu Hồn – Necromancy Painting” by artist Pham Tran Viet Nam embarks on an artistic journey that vividly portrays the human experience in all its complexities: trapped, yearning, or tormented souls of both the living and the departed.

Drawing inspiration from war, local historical narratives, global dilemmas, and haunted memories, Pham Tran Viet Nam creates “Họa Chiêu Hồn.” The collection comprises 17 artworks that transcend the boundaries of reality and illusion, reflecting the tumultuous emotions, precariousness, and agony of the contemporary world.

Pham Tran Viet Nam’s works, created between 2017 and 2024, are currently on display at 22 Gallery. This presentation not only introduces a fresh viewpoint on art to its audience but also acts as a reflection on life, an effort to heal and soothe restless souls.

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Pleiku City, Gia Lai Province- Outdoor display of antique artifacts

Until the end of 2024,
Pleiku City

An outdoor exhibition entitled “Tay Nguyen – Gia Lai Paradise” displaying antique artifacts of local ethnic people.

Highlights of the exhibition are a white elephant bone chair dating back 700 years and a collection of elephant hunting tools dating back more than 100 years of the M'Nong ethnic group.

On display are thousands of antique artifacts of collector Dang Minh Tam, including musical instruments, hunting and weaving tools, ceremonial objects, jewelry items and other items in the life of ethnic groups in the five Central Highlands provinces.

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