Book: Bui Mai Hien & Dao Anh Khanh paintings

Category: Artists, Individual Unit Price: US$25.00 Description: A husband and wife painter team shows their creative talents with works from 1993 and 1994. Published in 1995 by Fine Art Publishing House, VN. 62 pages, hard cover, 25 cm x 25 cm. Bilingual – Vietnamese, English. Source: Vietnamartbooks … [Read more...]

Vietnamese artists to build “rural market”

VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnamese and American artists will organize an exhibition that combine painting display and art  The artists who will perform in "Rural Market". The show called "Rural Market" will start from 10:30 am. In this program, painter Nguyen Than will introduce his large-sized painting entitled "Rural Market," with an area of 180m2. Meanwhile, Dao Anh Khanh and Doan Minh Hoan will contribute with a performance art show. American artists Robert Pepper and Brett Zweiman … [Read more...]

Art performance welcomes spring arrival

VietNamNet Bridge – Artist Dao Anh Khanh will dance, sing and perform rock music for special guests at his upcoming show Dao Xuan (Spring Arrival) on February 25 at his house in Ngoc Thuy, Gia Lam, Ha Noi. In his shows, audiences are inspired by flickering flames, voices and the movements of bodies fully covered in paint. This year’s Dao Xuan once again promises to engage all of the senses.The annual show has become a trademark for the artist since he first held one in 2003. The idea is to … [Read more...]

Event : Tokyo X Hanoi X Art

The 2-week-JPNxVIET art project also includes some collaborative art programs to inspire JPN and VIET artists by introducing and experiencing Hanoi's life and art scenes. Opening time : 19.00 on October 26, 2012 Date : October 26 to October 28, 2012 Location : La 4uatrieme and Ete Bar 95 Giang Van Minh St, Ba Dinh Ward, Hanoi Many interesting collaborative art programes include Hanoi Art Tour, art talks with Vietnamese artists, doclab cooperation program "Video arts in Japan and … [Read more...]

Vietnam art scene slowly revives

Posted on BBC News When Vietnamese painter Tran Luong tried to take a group of students to China last year, his aim was to find artistic inspiration. Instead he found censorship, when the culture police confiscated his materials and refused to let him leave Vietnam. He is not the only contemporary artist or writer to fall foul of the ruling Communist Party's strictures. Performance artist Dao Anh Khanh has had several shows cancelled, while prominent young writer Do Hoang Dieu found her … [Read more...]

Recent trends

Since the start of the new millennium, installation, video and performance art has become increasingly popular in Việt Nam, thanks largely to the adventurous programming of venues such as Salon Natasha, Đức’s House on Stilts, Việt Art Centre, Ryllega Experimental Art Gallery,Studio Đào Anh Khánh, the Goethe-Institut and l’Espace – French Cultural Centre in Hà Nội and Galerie Quỳnhand Mai's Gallery in Hồ Chí Minh City. The art of site-specific installation was pioneered in the 1990s by such … [Read more...]

Dao Anh Khanh

Dao Anh Khanh was born in 1959 at Hanoi, Vietnam. At 22 year old, he graduated from Hanoi police academy and became a policeman .But his passionate love of art made him devoted to it. In 1990 ,31-year-old Dao Anh Khanh graduated from the Industrial Art College in Hanoi and started his passion and inspiration for the human form and spirit. His paintings focus on showing the energy and passion hidden inside the beauty of women viewed at different angles and dimensions, he has created paintings … [Read more...]

Contemporary Artists – Efforts to Build and Affirm a Novel Spirit for the New Artistic Tradition

Nguyen Trung Grey Composition, Mixed 100cm x 100cm

By Nguyen Xuan Tiep Vietnamese plastic arts enjoy a time-honored tradition. Their most prominent achievements are the famous wooden statues and engravings in communal houses, pagodas, royal tombs, shrines and temples of Northern Vietnam dating back over millennia. There were also the diverse, multi-faceted arts including the well-known, brightly colored Lang Ho and Hang Trong folk paintings (Ha Bac, Hanoi); the Champa architecture which spread from Quang Tri to Binh Dinh Province and whose … [Read more...]

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