Group Exhibition “Out of Nowhere”

Opening: Fri 30 May 2014, 5.30 – 8.30 pm

Exhibition: 30 May – 27 Jul 2014


1 Le Thi Hong Gam Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City

Opening hours: 9 am – 5 pm, Tuesday – Saturday and by appointment

Come to the grand opening of Sao La, a non-profit initiative located on the grounds of the HCMC Fine Art Museum. Sao La’s much anticipated inaugural show OUT OF NOWHERE features work in a range of media from painting and photography to installation and video by ten young artists based in Saigon: Do Thanh Lang, Hoang Nam Viet, Le Nguyen Duy Phuong, Le Vu Anh Nhi, Ngo Dinh Bao Chau, Nguyen Duc Dat, Nguyen Uyen Minh, Nguyen Vuong Thao, Pham Vuong and Tran Minh Duc.

Revealing the dynamic and diverse creative voices in the community, the exhibition brings together a group of artists with disparate ideas and practices working in a range of media from painting and photography to video and installation. By featuring in its inaugural show a number of emerging artists, many of whom have never held public exhibitions before, Sao La demonstrates its commitment to working with creatives outside the established art community. OUT OF NOWHERE is the starting point where ideas can be exchanged and stories told.

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