Event: Exhibition “Please handle with care”

Exhibition "Please, handle with care" Date: 21 Mar to 11 April Time : 12:00 - 18:00 Tuesdays through Sundays and by appointment Venue: Craig Thomas Gallery - 27i Tran Nhat Duat St., District 1, Ho Chi Minh City Craig Thomas Gallery is preparing the presentation of a solo exhibition of new works by Hanoi-based artist Nguyen The Hung titled Please, Handle With Care!. The opening of the exhibition will be on 21 March 2013 from 6-8pm at CTG's District 1 gallery space. Please, Handle With … [Read more...]

Exhibition “Faraway”

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Opening: Thu 06 Sep, 6 – 8 pm Exhibition: 06 – 29 Sep 2012 Craig Thomas Gallery Faraway – Do Tuan Anh September 2012  In his latest series of paintings entitled Faraway, Do Tuan Anh invites us on a journey deep within his own psyche as he struggles to reconcile his current life as a metropolitan husband, artist and father with the halcyon days of his rural childhood. The heightened intensity of introspection in the paintings of Faraway is a natural evolution for an artist whose work … [Read more...]

Red scars and blue dust. Deodorant-free installation art.

From: Cristina Nualart Posted on 25 June 2012 The world’s landfills have been dusted with the discarded union jacks that briefly saluted the Queen of England’s jubilee last fortnight. This week the red and blue colours continue to make waves in Saigon, dominating two major art galleries. Two Vietnamese women artists, neither of them from this city, put on show two distinctive art installations, one red, one blue. Craig Thomas Gallery, veering from it’s preference for showing … [Read more...]

Exhibition “Eating and Sleeping”

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Eating and Sleeping is the name of an exhibition by Vietnamese artist Lim Khim Ka Ty that will take place at Craig Thomas gallery in Ho Chi Minh city beginning December 2. Through paintings, the artist gives an insight and artistic opinion of working people, as well as the role of women in Vietnamese society. In paintings about the working class, she portrays the hardship inherent in their lives but also shows a great compassion and empathy for their situation. Her choice stems from her deep … [Read more...]