Between 3-6 November 2016, San Art sponsored an online moving-image exhibition called ‘Embedded South(s)’. Screening worldwide, it featured the work of 29 artists (short film, documentary and video art) from South Asia, South East Asia, Latin America and Africa.
San Art would like to extend our warmest welcome to artist Ze Wei, our 2nd exchange artist from Bamboo Curtain Studio in Taiwan, to Ho Chi Minh City. Wei has continued the tradition of residency exchange between the two art spaces, and we are delighted that she will be here for a two-month residency from August to October.
Wei is an artist with a keen perception of global issues and always tries to integrate them into her artworks. Using visual images as a tool, she analyzes the reciprocal effects between...
Titled ‘Seismograph: Sensing the City—Art In the Urban Age’, the Southeast Asia forum 2016 “… will explore the role of artists as seismographs of society’s pulses….” by featuring artists “… who delve into issues and sentiments relating to extremely rapid urbanisation and to the evolution of contemporary society in their own countries.”
San Art congratulates UuDam Tran Nguyen for his participation in the 8th Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia – opening 21 November 2015! See more at: https://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/whats-on/exhibitions/apt8/artists/uudam-tran-nguyen
In honor of an extraordinary artist Vu Dan Tan, whose exuberant and wide-ranging practice is identified with Vietnam’s contemporary vanguard of recent decades, Goethe-Institut is proud to present the exhibition Venus in Vietnam at Ho Chi Minh Fine Art Museum from 10 January 2014, 6:00pm
This exhibition, carefully conceived by Iola Lenzi in collaboration with Natalia Kraevskaia, not only highlights the pioneer artist Vu Dan Tan, but puts him in dialogue with an artist of the younger generation, Nguyen Nghia Cuong.
Venus in Vietnam is an extremely multilayered exhibition, and...