When this music-dance-visuals collaboration enters its second life this year, it will be in the service of something greater than the sum of its parts. Words by Ed Weinberg. Illustrations provided by Trung Hoang
The Dogma Collection, the most skillfully curated set of propaganda artworks in Vietnam, has been invited to showcase selected works in a new gallery at the War Remnants Museum. With an emphasis on the history behind the art, the Dogma gallery goes beyond Bui Vien clichés and adds a new dimension to the story told.
Inspired by the Vietnamese traditional market and learning the art market concept from other countries, a group of young Hanoian artists have come together to create the Hanoi Art Market for the first ever time in Vietnam.
Manzi and Work Room Four have teamed up to put on an art fair at Manzi Art Space from Dec. 5 to Dec. 8.
As the domestic arts scene gets more varied and specialised, Hoa Le talks to the founders of an online magazine that’s trying to keep pace. Photo by Nick Ross
Nguyen Huy An has a lot of ideas. From measuring the streets of Hanoi’s Old Quarter with black thread to obsessively painting the same village pond for over a decade, he aims to capture the many dimensions of the man-made constructs that often threaten to overwhelm us.
San Art is taking advantage of the start of dry season to break out the canvases — and the inspiration. San Art is at 3 Me Linh, Binh Thanh, HCMC — for more info on the events below, head to san-art.org
VinSpace Art Studio (6 Le Van Mien, Q2, HCMC) and VinSpace Garage (95 Pasteur, Q1, HCMC) are both part of the VinGallery empire, and this month they’re busier than ever. For more info on any of the following events, head to vingallery.com
On Wednesday Oct. 29, Nguyen Dinh Dang will deliver a lecture from 3pm to 4.30pm at Tan Tao University, just outside of Ho Chi Minh City.