Exhibition: Passers By – artist Ho Hung

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Exhibition: “Tho Cam II” by Doan Xuan Tang

DATE: 04/03/2016 - 26/03/2016 OPENING TIMES: Mon to Sat: 8.30am–5.30pm LOCATION: Vin Gallery, 6 Lê Văn Miến, Thảo Điền, District 2 VERNISSAGE: 4 March, 6-8pm

Date: 04/03/2016 - 26/03/2016 Open times: Mon to Sat: 8.30am–5.30pm Location: Vin Gallery, 6 Lê Văn Miến, Thảo Điền, District 2 Vernissage: 4 March, 6-8pm Join Vin Gallery for the Vernissage of Thổ Cẩm II by artist Đoàn Xuân Tặng on 4 March from 6-8pm. Đoàn Xuân Tặng’s paintings distill the romance and mystery of Vietnam’s mountainous region and its people. The streaked lines look like veils through which eyes peer dispassionately, recalling his rain-lashed first visit. “I particularly … [Read more...]

Event : Spring camp for your children

Dates: Monday April 20th – Wednesday 29thApril 2015 (excluding Tuesday 28th April)Time: 9am – 12pm dailyPrice: $135 per week/ $30 per dayAddress: 6 Lê Văn Miến, Thảo Điền, D2 OR S24-1 Le Van Thiem , Tan Phong Ward , D7It’s time for Spring Camp ; lets get creative! VinSpace Art Camp offers a variety of hands on, creative activities that are sure to engage and motivate all students, from beginners, to those who are more experienced. Fun for everyone! Art Camp helps children to be calm, … [Read more...]

Crossing cultural boundaries

from Impressions and Expressions - Vietnamese Contemporary Painting The origin of artistic visual expression in Vietnam, a hybrid like its Southeast Asian neighbours, can be traced back to its 2,500-year-old culture that started in the Neolithic Age and steadily developed until the end of the Iron Age when Chinese invaders entered from the north. By the second century BC, foreign influences started to infiltrate into the Dong Son civilization that is widely believed to have originated in … [Read more...]

0/30/40’s

For a nation with an history that goes back thousands of years, Vietnamese contemporary art is relatively young. It began a mere 75 years ago with a group of artists who were trained at the Indochina School of Fine Arts (Ecole des Baux Arts de l'Indochine) of Ha Noi. With their acquired training from French instructors, the artists of this inceptive period re-discovered the beauty of the native landscape saw through a Western lens. They romanticized life and the people and painted these subjects … [Read more...]