The party invite for ANY and ALL artists
Installation time (COME JOIN!)
25 – 29.10.2019 — 11:00am-8:00pm
02.11.2019 — 4:00pm-10:00pm
96/1 Tan Thoi Nhat 6, D.12, HCMC
On Saturday November 2 2019, A. Farm once again invites ANY and ALL artists working in Saigon to join the second edition of All Animals Are Equal. In the spirit of A. Farm, we welcome artists of any discipline to show alongside each other, whether professional or non-professional, young or old, emerging or established.
An end of A. Farm Season 1 festival
Opening: Saturday 18.05.19 @5:00pm – 10:30pm
Exhibition on view: Sunday 19th May – Wednesday 22nd May (inclusive) from 11am – 7pm
Location: A. Farm
96/1 Tan Thoi Nhat 6, District 12, HCMC
As A. Farm turns one, it’s fitting to muse on the lives of the resident artists that inhabit its space. Together they work alone in a semi-communal setting, each experimenting in their own personal laboratory, collectively inventing new patterns for living and creating with each other. They...
A. Farm, a Saigon-based residency initiative, looks to support visual artistic experimentations by emergent practitioners with focus on Vietnam and Southeast Asia. Chosen artists will be entitled to specially tailored programs by the two teams, Sàn Art and Mot+++, including and not limited to consultations, in-depth discussions, group critics, visits to local artist spaces, etc… to distill their proposals into concrete deliveries. At the end of their residency, all artists will have the chance to showcase their works in A. Farm premise, plus enjoy further promotion by Sàn Art...
An open-studio event of Tuyen Nguyen, Alisa Chunchue, Lem Trag, Lananh Le, and Karen Thao La, Scott Anderson and Cora & Tilman
Location: A. Farm
96/1 Tan Thoi Nhat 6, District 12
A. Farm would like to invite you to IN PROGRESS #2, an open-studio event introducing the works of our Season 1 artists Tuyen Nguyen, Alisa Chunchue, Lem Trag, Lananh Le, and Karen Thao La, Scott Anderson and Cora & Tilman.
Occurring each Season, IN PROGRESS engages with the development of the artist’s practice rather than their...