Book: Asian Art & Culture – Viet Nam

Category: Contemporary Art

Unit Price: US$20.00

Description: This publication (Vol. 7 No. 1) by the Arthur M. Sackler gallery of the Smithsonian Institution was published in 1994. To date, it is still one of the best references and introduction one can have to the Vietnamese art and culture. In covers contemporary art and paintings, poetry, ceramics, textile as well as other important cultural information. In particular, two articles, by Nguyen Quan and Jeffrey Hantover give a great introduction to the art of Viet Nam.

Saigon in old hand-colored pictures

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Khue Nguyen — a Naked Star

Guest diaCRITIC blogger Boitran Huynh-Beattie—a professor, curator and art historian in … [Read More...]

Bui Xuan Phai in his son’s eyes [Part 5]

A story about teacher Dam Bui Xuan Phai was famous for his portraits of his friends, colleagues and … [Read More...]

Mysterious motifs

By Jame Gordon, 2004 Morden art in Saigon has a number of motifs, which foreigners who have been … [Read More...]

Cong Kim Hoa – The colors between the lines

Cong Kim Hoa’s revisiting of the language of expressionism juxtaposed with the disquieting potential … [Read More...]

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