Affordable ‘Art For You’ in Hanoi

08 – 11 May 2015, 9.30 am – 7 pm   Manzi Art Space

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Exhibition “In – Out” by Young Artist Club: Call for Participation

Time to register: 01 – 10 Apr 2015 Young Artist Club , under the auspices of Vietnam Fine Arts Association is calling for young Vietnamese artists to take part in the exhibition “In – Out” on the 2nd floor of the exhibition house at 16 Ngo Quyen , Hanoi. Over a period of 12 days, a series of short exhibition (1- 3 days each ) by individuals/groups will be organized depending on their idea. All the member of Young artists club as well as all young artists ( younger than 35 years old ) are … [Read more...]

Event : Group Exhibition “Mùi Tết” ( Taste of Tet )

You are invited to the group exhibition "MÙI TẾT" (TASTE OF TET) inspired by the GOAT on the occasion of Tet Holiday featuring paper paintings, paper statues, bend bronze reliefs and ceramic sculptures by artists: Nguyen Van Chung, Thai Nhat Minh, Ha Huy Muoi, Nguyen Viet Thang. Opening: Sun 08 Feb 2015, 4.30 pm Exhibition: 08 Feb - 08 Mar 2015, 10 am - 7.30 pm Hang Da Galleria 1 Hang Da Str, Hanoi Nguyen Van Chung was born in 1973 in Hanoi, graduated from Hanoi University of Industrial … [Read more...]

Art for smaller pockets debuts


More than 40 leading contemporary artists will join the first Art for You programme, which aims to make art more accessible. … [Read more...]

Book Launch “Art and Talent”

Book launch and expert talk: Thu 23 Oct 2014, 7 pm Goethe-Institut Hanoi 56-58 Nguyễn Thái Học Ba Đình, Hà Nội Art and Talent, a foreground on the 8X contemporary artists generation of Vietnam, is the second publication in Mrs Dao Mai Trang's book project on the visual art life in Vietnam. Her first publication was published in 2010, 12 contemporary artists of Vietnam, in Vietnamese and English, under the license of The Gioi Publishing House and with the financial support of the Cultural … [Read more...]

Sculpture Showcase “New Form: Sculpture – Architecture – Space”


Manzi Art Space and New Form sculpture group cordially presents a piece of experimental sculpture named "New Form: Sculpture - Architecture - Space". The exhibition is an activity in New Form project phase II, 2014 - 2015. Opening: Fri 10 Oct 2014, 2 pm Exhibition: 10 Oct - 04 Nov 2014 Manzi Art Space 14 Phan Huy Ich, Hanoi Exhibition New Form II Artists: Phạm Thái Bình, Thái Nhật Minh, Khổng Đỗ Tuyền, Hoàng Mai Thiệp Curator: Nguyễn Anh Tuấn … [Read more...]

Exhibition showcases fine art from north-western and north-eastern artists


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Critics complain young artists lack creative spark

Room to improve: Hanh Trinh (An Itinerary) by Dao Thang, one of the art works displayed at the Exhibition of Young Sculptors.

VietNamNet Bridge - Veteran artists have expressed some anxiety about the quality of sculptures by young artists at a recent seminar organised by the Viet Nam Fine Arts Association in Ha Noi. Painter and art critic Thanh Chuong said although many sculptors displayed their works at recent exhibitions, he was not impressed by their quality. … [Read more...]

Exhibition “Young Sculptors 2014″

Opening: Wed 16 Jul 2014, 5 pm Artist Talk: Tue 22 Jul 2014, 9 am Exhibition: 16 - 22 Jul 2014 Exhibition Hall 16 Ngo Quyen Str, Hanoi You are invited to the exhibition "Young Sculptors 2014″. The exhibition series "Young Sculptors" by Young Artists' Club was started by young sculptor Thai Nhat Minh in 2012 under the auspices of the Vietnam Fine Arts Association. After two successful events in 2012 and 2013 the exhibition series has affirmed its reputation as the cradle for young and … [Read more...]

Sculptural exhibition features birds

A fascinating and inspirational sculptural exhibition entitled ‘The Birds’ has opened at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum in Hanoi, according to Nhan dan (People’s) online. The exhibition, which will run until April 27, features over 150 works by young artist Thai Nhat Minh. The sculptures, made of wood and aluminum casting, combine with bamboo to create two exhibition spaces. The first space includes three square columns about three metres in height and 45–50 centimetres in width, from … [Read more...]