A group showcase
Duration: 10.2020 — 12.2020
Location: Sàn Art
Unit B6.17 & B6.16
132 Bến Vân Đồn, Ward 6, District 4,
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
(enter from Nguyen Huu Hao side)
See the works here
Featuring a small melancholic picture of blurred collective memories by Yoo Soon-Mi; a photographic scene that captures a social order by Phan Quang; an object by Nguyen Thi Thanh Mai that illuminates the everyday medical invasion of female bodies; delicate deformations growing across a field of fertility figures by Le Hoang...
Exhibition on view until 18.08.2015
Location: San Art and Kick Starter
48/7 Me Linh, Binh Thanh
This is a very special exhibition of San Art, not only to celebrate San Art Laboratory’s 3rd anniversary, but also to launch a fundraising month for this artist residency program on Kickstarter!
Do you know that this campaign is selected to be non-profit art fundraising by the prestigious art fair Art Basel? Read more about our big campaign on Art Basel’s curated page for Kickstarter at http://kck.st/1Tpxi6t...
A group exhibition featuring Pham Dinh Tien, Nguyen Tran Nam and Rudy ‘Atjeh’ D
Opening: 06.11.2014 @6:30pm
Exhibition on view until 30.01.2015
Location: Sàn Art
3 Me Linh, Binh Thanh
Ho Chi Minh City
Sàn Art is pleased to present ‘Come to [what] end?’ – a group exhibition featuring installation, sculpture, video and paper-cut work by artists Pham Dinh Tien, Nguyen Tran Nam and Rudy ‘Atjeh’ D, concluding their time with ‘Sàn Art Laboratory: Session Five’.
Curiosity is an innate part of human nature. Children often ponder in fascination...
These three gentlemen have been on residency with ‘San Art Laboratory’ over the last 6 months, resulting in their group exhibition ‘Come to [what] end?’ – Nam has re-cast the French guillotine as a personal symbol questioning death as punishment, as sacrifice, as an act eventually memorialized but for whom? ; for Tien our fate often appears random and beyond our control, a contemplation triggered by the disappearance of Malaysian Airline 370; for Rudy his paper-cutting genius illustrates the encounter of culture and religion, between the Cham Kingdom and the...
An ‘Open Studio’ is an invitation to see the inside of a working artist’s studio. It is an opportunity to learn more about the process of an artist’s thinking, to see a ‘work of art’ in progress. It’s also a chance to meet the local art community, to get a sense of what kind of contemporary art you like or, don’t like!Visit Rudy Atjeh, a wizard with cutter knife with his myriad of sculptures from paper. Talk to Nguyen Tran Nam about the design of punishment, and ongoing experiment beginning...