May 21 2018

Sàn Art welcomes new team members!

Sàn Art welcomes on board three new members from May 2018!

 

 MembersProfile-02               Nhat Q. Vo 

Nhat Q. Vo graduated from California College of the Arts, San Francisco with a B.Arch (2015). Since returning to Vietnam he has worked on many multi-disciplinary projects. Engaging with notable creative spaces and collectives in Ho Chi Minh City such as The Lab Saigon, Sàn Art, and Factory Contemporary Arts Centre, Nhat has also participated in vanguard projects such as Embedded South(s) (2016); Spirit of Friendship (2017), the first archival exhibition of independent artist groups in Vietnam; and The Run – A Theater Project (2018). He is currently designer/coordinator for Sàn Art and co-editor for London-based Minimalissimo Magazine.

 

MembersProfile-03               Nguyễn-Hoàng Quyên

Nguyễn-Hoàng Quyên is an (up)rooted writer and translator. Since graduating from Stanford University (2017), she has worked and played with art collectives in Vietnam on questions around the language of the visual, the cinematic and the performative. With AJAR journal/press, Quyên is fated to fly with breathing words + co-host seasonal poetry festivals between Hanoi and Saigon, tenderly gathering poets, translators and transcontinentalists around whisper-echoing spaces.

 

MembersProfile-04               Marie David

Marie David is a French art historian whose eclectic interests include experimental cinema, cabinets of curiosities, commemorative art and issues of gender in performance. After completing a Master’s degree in Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art in 2014 she has worked as a research assistant at the Didier Aaron gallery in London and as co-curator and contributing author at the CAPC Museum of Contemporary Art in Bordeaux, notably participating in Chilean artist Alejandro Jodorowsky’s first international retrospective in 2015. In April 2018 Marie began working on Back-to-Back, an art history discursive programme organized jointly with Sàn Art and curator Do Tuong Linh in Vietnam.  


Please stay tuned for Sàn Art’s upcoming exciting projects starting with our home-grown curatorial training programme, a collaborative artist residencies – and more!!!