Art Exhibition “The Time-Captured Hand”
Opening: Sun 26 Mar 2023, 03:30 pm
Exhibition: 26 Mar – 26 May 2023
Le Lycée Artspace
Ana Mandara Villas Dalat Resort & Spa
2 Lê Lai Str, Ward 5, Đà Lạt
Ana Mandara Villas Dalat Resort & Spa and REI Artspace are pleased to introduce the exhibition “The Time-Captured Hand” commemorating the 20th anniversary of the death of the legendary painter Buu Chi (October 8, 1948 – December 14, 2002).
In this exhibition, we proudly showcase 28 artworks with various materials such as lacquer, canvas, paper, etc. while introducing to the public REI’s exclusive artbook “The Time-Captured Hand” that includes his artworks and articles about the artist.
Artist Talk with Lê Xuân Tiến, Nguyễn Trần Nam, Châu Hoàng & Quỳnh Chi
Fri 31 Mar 2023, 07 pm – 08:30 pm
Ô Cách Cine
Á Space, Alley 59 Ngô Gia Tự, Long Biên district, Hà Nội
A movie-goer named Quỳnh Chi shared with our team: Watching a movie at Ô Cách Ciné is a ‘technically exquisite’ experience. From the trailer to the movie content, from the sound to the image, from the seats to the space, to attain such a quality lies not only in the technique of the editor and carpenter, but also in the careful preparation of the coordinators, making the viewing experience complete.
However, our team notes that there are still questions from those who are interested in the movie ‘Tương Ngộ’ and the Ô Cách Ciné. While the film will officially leave the screen on March 26, 2023 after five weeks of debuting in the distribution system of Ô Cách Ciné, making room for its new journeys that will soon be revealed, Á Space and Ô Cách Ciné team cordially invite you to join us in a conversation with filmmakers/artists Lê Xuân Tiến, Nguyễn Trần Nam and curator Châu Hoàng, moderated by aspiring writer Quỳnh Chi.
With the same amount of ingredients, through different techniques and layouts, the chef can come up with countless unique flavors for a dish. Likewise, dealing with the same amount of footage, Lê Xuân Tiến and Nguyễn Trần Nam came up with two different versions under the same title “Tương Ngộ” (given by Như Văn). In this talk, the speakers will share their views on structure, including the structure in montage (space in the film), the theater structure (physical space) and the structure to work with. together. At the same time, we will also hear more about the process of forming the project, setting up the theater space, and other side stories that contributed to this occasion.
Walking Through a Songline
March 21- Apr 16
The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre, 15 Nguyen U Di Street, Thu Duc City
April 28 – May 21
Vietnamese Women’s Museum, 36 Ly Thuong Kiet Street, Hoan Kiem District
Walking through a Songline is a pop-up digital experience based on part of the National Museum of Australia’s internationally acclaimed exhibition Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters. Songline or Dreaming tracks, map the routes of Ancestral beings as they travelled across Australia, creating the land and its people.
Le Quy Tong: Neo-Romanticism
Until Apr 22, Tues – Sun
manzi art space, 14 Phan Huy Ich Street
manzi exhibition space, 2 Hang Bun alley,
Manzi is proud to present “Neo-Romanticism” – a new series of paintings by visual artist Le Quy Tong – one of the important figures of Vietnamese contemporary art.
Exhibition: Clouds of the Highlands
Until April 2, 09 am – 08 pm
REI Artspace, 371/4 Hai Ba Trung Street, D3,
REI Artspace is thrilled to present Hoang Dang Khanh’s solo show ‘Clouds of the Highlands’ featuring his latest body of work which his gratitude to the city where he used to live and study, where family, friends and relatives gather.
Exhibition: “Nhã 23″
Opening: Mar 23, 06 pm
Exhibition: Mar 24 – Apr 2 , 09 am – 06 pm
Mây Artspace, 36/70 Nguyen Gia Tri Street, Binh Thanh District,
“It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child!”
– Pablo Picasso
Painting, like any form of art, is not a sacred place forbidden to ordinary people. On the contrary, it must be a place that nourishes and nurtures the most ordinary things, making them flourish in a natural and naive appearance. That’s why painters, after mastering professional painting knowledge and techniques, try to return to abstraction and think like children.
In 2021, Nha started painting. From the first brushstroke until now, there has always been a pure and naive spirit in Nha’s work. After 2 years, we can see that on the journey of self-discovery and self-talk through painting, with life experiences of many ups and downs, peace or storms, the emotional circuit of Nha are still reflected on the paintings, which are sincere, pure and passionate.
Art exhibition: Portraits
Until Apr 9, 09 am – 08 pm
Mơ Art Space, No. 136 Hang Trong Street, Hoan Kiem District
Mơ Art Space cordially invites Hanoi art lovers to visit Portraits – the solo exhibition by artist Nguyen Thanh. The project features his work over the past two years, which are mostly portraits of different sizes, colors and expressions. Nguyen Thanh’s art is reminiscent of Gesturalism – an aesthetic style initiated by Willem De Kooning and praised by Georg Baselitz as an absolute freedom in artistic expression. Although Thanh’s paintings do not reflect specific faces, they are abstract representations of a human’s spiritual mind that is open to interpretation, like a puzzle one can always see anew every time taking a closer look.
Art Exhibition: “HOME”
Until Mar 28,
Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street
The exhibition “HOME” by artist Hoàng Định and his children Hoàng Minh Thuỷ, Hoàng Chúc Anh, Hoàng Nguyễn Khánh Linh và Hoàng Khánh Nguyên will take place from March 18, 2023, to March 28, 2023, at Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc, Hanoi.
“HOME”, which presents 36 artworks, is held on the occasion of Hoàng Định’s 70th birthday anniversary and centers on the common creative topic of memory and family. Hoàng Định introduces 15 of his latest oil and lacquer paintings on the streets of Hanoi – the fresh and energetic “visual signals”. His four children, all with artistic abilities, present 21 oil paintings of landscapes, abstractions, and portraits, with much affection, purity, and poetry.
Until Apr 25, 09:30 am – 06 pm
V-Art Space, Floor 1 Ciputra Club, Bac Tu Liem District
After the success of two solo exhibitions “It” (2005) and “The Corner to See” (2014), visual artist Tran Trung Thanh remarks on another decade of hard work with the “Harmonize” exhibition. The artist’s journey in search of answers to questions about history, the development of society, and the intersection of life, science, and art is recorded via more than 30 oil paintings. Accompanying the exhibition is artist Vuong Pat Cam and his impressive works about Hanoi.
Meticulous, persistent, and profound are what we can say about the process of Tran Trung Thanh creating his artworks. Since the Jeunes Regard competition for young artists in 2004, Tran Trung Thanh’s painting style has become more and more bold.
Neither surrealism nor hyperrealism, Tran Trung Thanh encodes his notions of life into unique characters. Each painting presents a social issue of Vietnam or the world along with questions about history, international diplomacy, and the intersection of life – science – art.
“Harmonize” is the third solo exhibition of artist Tran Trung Thanh.
Exhibition Walk-through “All Aboard”
Until Apr 1, 10 am – 07 pm
Galerie Quynh, 118 Nguyễn Văn Thủ, Đa Kao ward, D1,
An adherent of Buddhist philosophy, Nguyen Manh Hung proposes that death is a journey and karma is its luggage filled with good and bad deeds as one goes about one’s daily life. Some prepare for their post-life with sophisticated funeral rituals; others fill their luggage with only good karma hoping to arrive at a place that may not exist. In his characteristically playful adaptation of everyday scenarios, Nguyen Manh Hung’s latest series of work in the exhibition ‘All Aboard’ conjures up a highly contrasting and absurd pairing: a frenzied crowd hurriedly and narrowly holding onto a sacred gate, which leads to the unknown. While poking fun at the living’s obsession with heaven — a realm that exceeds the comprehension of earthly beings, this series reminds us that death is highly personal and unique: how we live reflects our preparation for this journey. Like a command, ‘All Aboard’ urges us to contemplate the meaning of human existence as characterised by our own subjective understanding of what lies on the other side of the gate.
Exhibition ‘No more, not yet’
Display: Feb – June, Wed & Fri, 10 am – 04 pm
EMASI Nam Long (D.7)
Tues & Thurs, 10 am – 04 pm
EMASI Vạn Phúc (D.Thủ Đức)
*and every last Saturday of the month
Nguyen Art Foundation (NAF) proudly invites you to the opening of ‘No more, not yet’, an exhibition that looks back on Nguyen Thi Thanh Mai’s shapeshifting artistic practice in all its multiplicity. Winner of the Artist Excellence Award (inaugural edition, initiated by The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre and managed by in-tangible institute), her work is presented here alongside nearly 20 artists whom she calls her colleagues and friends. The exhibition will be on display from February to June 2023 across the campuses of EMASI Nam Long and EMASI Van Phuc.
Exhibition “Tết Art 2023″
10:00 – 18:30, Until Mar 31,
Hanoi Studio Gallery, No. 23-25 Mac Dinh Chi Street, Ba Dinh District
Tết Art – an annual event that we, along with painters and sculptors, always want to bring to the public every Spring.
The nostalgic north wind, the crowded street, and the year-end hustle. The season of busyness, the “walking”, the “watching”, the “sightseeing”, and moments of family reunion.
Photographs by Thomas Billhardt
Mar 03 – 29,
Floor 2 – Deutsches Haus, 33 Le Duan District
33 Lê Duan Street, D1,
Thomas Billhardt (*1937 in Chemnitz) is considered one of the most important documentary photographers in the GDR. He was a freelance photojournalist and became world famous through publications in international magazines and through exhibitions in numerous countries. His pictures documented the horrors of the Vietnam War for the first time, especially in the faces of the children he photographed.