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Embedded South(s): the Online Moving-Image Exhibition

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.
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San Art Director curates for the Jewish Museum in New York

Over the course of two years, Sights and Sounds: Global Film and Video continues to explore new works selected by twenty-five curators from different countries, introducing New York audiences to the latest developments in filmmaking within the art context worldwide. This focus on Vietnam marks the halfway point of the Sights and Sounds series, following an eventful first year of presentations spanning five continents.
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Venus in Vietnam

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...
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Feature: Trinh Thi at Hiroshima MOCA

Nguyen Trinh Thi featured in ‘A Window to the World‘ video program of Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art with ‘Song to the Front’ from ‘Vietnamese Classics Re-Cut’ series 2011-2012 25 September – 24 November 2013 Guest curator: San Art...
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Dinh Q Le in conversation in Zoe Butt

To coincide with the Solomon R.Guggenheim’s exhibition ‘No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia, Dinh Q Le spoke with Zoe Butt on notions of the archive; his love of historical objects and the importance of a collective memory. Read More...
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