Book: New Vietnamese Art in the 1990s

Category: Contemporary Art

Unit Price: US$45.00

Description: An absorbing study of the leading trends in the “explosive era” of the 1990s, this book delivers in-depth critiques and explanation of more than 50 artists in all categories.

The authors explore “do”, rice, paper painting, lacquer, installations, pop art and performance art, as they provide a front-row look at the decade that may have shaped a generation of artists,

Complete with 108 reproductions and listings of 72 exhibitions, this is an important reference book on contemporary Vietnamese art.

Published in 2001 by the Tran Hau Tuan ,HaNoi, VN. 127 pages, hard cover, 27 cm x 22 cm. Bilingual – Vietnamese, English.

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