This exhibition, entitled La Faute a Voltaire, is a collection of personal research by artist and designer Chan May on the evolution of decorative pictures â€” from neo-classic to comic-styles through to geometric abstraction, photography and pictorial minimalism (the simple effect of paint substances).
Himiko visual cafÃ© is hosting the installation exhibition, "Remains" by artist La Huy. The installation runs from Mar. 7 to Mar. 19 daily from 9am to 10pm.
On Apr. 14, make your way over to Himiko visual cafÃ© for the opening party of the new exhibition, "Flow To Nothingness." The exhibition will include work from artists Nguyen Son, La Huy, Himiko Nguyen and Ha rom.
In response to the recent disasters that have struck Japan, seventeen artists from Vietnam as well as the international community have contributed artworks to raise money for Red Cross Japan.
The Lost Art Team presents an exhibition by photographer Eva Lindskog, "What is lost and what remains," Vietnam 1975-1988.
From Jun. 23 through Jul. 11, Himiko Visual Saloon will host a new exhibition, "Losing Face" from artist Corazon Higgins.
Galerie Quynh (65 De Tham, Q1, Ho Chi Minh City) presents A Physical Obedience Of A Certain Geometry [Nihil Sublime] â€“ an exhibition of new work by French artist Thierry Bernard-Gotteland.
Saigon Artbook is a dynamic, non-profit organisation that publishes and exhibits quarterly in Saigon, featuring innovative and, as yet, undiscovered Vietnamese or long-term expat artists working in the city. They are now calling for submissions to find artists for the upcoming editions in 2016.
Crowdfunding is still relatively new to Vietnam. Hoa Le speaks to three people who thanks to the generosity of others have turned dreams into reality. Photos provided by the campaign organisers
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