Nha San Collective
06 Aug 2017
Tuấn Mami is going to join ADAM - Asia Discovers Asia Meeting for Contemporary Performance in Taipei from 14-27 August.
Initiated by Taipei Performing Arts Center (TPAC), ADAM - Asia Discovers Asia Meeting for Contemporary Performance, will bring together artists and presenters from across the Asia-Pacific region to form a new network. The very first ADAM Annual Meeting will take place in Taipei in August 2017.
13 Jul 2017
The annual ASIAN FILM FOCUS festival, dedicated to independent short films from the region, returns to Objectifs.
Themed TIME MACHINE, this year's programme explores notions of archival and found footage, highlighting works from Vietnam, India, the Philippines and Singapore.
15 Jun 2017
Post Vidai and Địa Projects are going to present "The Picture Will Still Exist" featuring photographs, paintings and video works selected from Post Vidai Collection on June 22nd. The exhibition showcases eight established and emerging Vietnamese artists and collective, including Dinh Q. Le, Hoang Duong Cam, Howard Henry Chen, Le Quy Tong, Ngoc Nau, Phuong Linh, The Propeller Group and Vo An Khanh. Phuong Linh’s Sanctified Clouds (2012-2015) will be on display for the first time to Vietnamese public.
15 Jun 2017
SEA Project organized by Mori Museum has officially annouced the list of artists who have participated in SUNSHOWER exhibition. Congratulations Vietnamese artists: Bang Nhat Linh, Hoang Duong Cam, Dinh Q. Le, UuDam Tran Nguyen, Tiffany Chung, Tuan Andrew Nguyen and Tran Luong, co-founder, curator of Nha San Studio, who just sponsored our on going exhibition Emegerging Artists program.
“SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now” is the largest- ever exhibition of Southeast Asian Contemporary Art to be held in Japan which is also a culmination of SEA Project.
20 May 2017
Artist Nguyen Thuy Tien has participated in “Mutual Unknown and Mutual Learning” project as a curator in Indonesia. This project is the outcome of a two years long exchange program “Curators Lab” which consist of 14 young curators from South East Asia organized by Goethe Institute Jakarta. The project aims to be an arena to generate networks of Southeast Asian younger art practitioners through interaction and collaboration. It is facilitated by Southeast Asian young curators who have been gathered by the Goethe Institute.
11 May 2017
Nguyen Phuong Linh wins Han Nefkens Foundation-BACC Award for Contemporary Art 2018, the encouraging award for artists in Asia under the age of 40 with solid body of work but has not yet been showcased in major institution. She is the first woman conquering the third Han Nefkens Foundation-BACC Award for Contemporay Art, was selected from 7 finalists by 6 juries, that is: Han Nefkens, Luckana Kunavichayanont, Hilde Teerlinck, Eugene Tan, Dihn Q. Le and Erin Gleeson.
11 May 2017
Dogma Prize announced the finalists in May 9 2017. This list contains 23 names of artists. The short-listed artists will showcase their works in an upcoming exhibition dedicated to Self-portraiture, which features an exciting array of videos, performance video, installations, sculptures and mixed media.
More information on the group exhibition for the finalists will be announced in due course.
22 Apr 2017
The 10-day Artwriting Workshop features a series of seminars, practical sessions and tutorials, aimed at developing art writers from Vietnam. The programme will take place at Zero Station, no. 12, road 43, Lam Van Ben Binh Thuan ward, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City.
Participants of the workshop, selected through direct nominations from across the country, are young intellectuals who have been actively involved in the local art scene. They are curators, coordinators, writers, directors of art spaces… All of them are fluent in both speaking and writing in English.
The overarching theme of the Workshop is “Translation: Understanding Difference and Distance in Contemporary Art across Asia”. We are using the term “Translation” more as a metaphor than in reference to the practices of translating different languages into each other. We are interested in exploring how artistic practice itself is a form of translation: a means of connecting and trying to understand the many geographic and cultural differences and distances that we find in contemporary societies around the regions.
22 Apr 2017
Mami Kataoka, Artistic Director of the 21st Biennale of Sydney, has revealed the first group of 21 artists selected for the Asia Pacific’s leading contemporary art event. With around 70 artists expected to be included, this initial selection includes internationally renowned artists Ai Weiwei, Laurent Grasso, Haegue Yang and Eija-Liisa Ahtila, and provides insight into the themes of the 2018 edition.
Celebrating its 45th anniversary next year, the Biennale of Sydney will be presented over twelve weeks from Friday 16 March until Monday 11 June 2018 at multiple locations throughout Sydney. It will feature major new commissions and recent work by contemporary artists from Australia and around the world.
08 Mar 2017
Engaging with Vietnam Initiative has brought together scholars, researchers, policy makers, diplomatic officials and the general public to collaboratively engage with knowledge production and scholarship building related to Vietnam. Annual scholarly conferences are a major part of the Initiative. The Initiative would like to particularly thank the following people for their generous support and inputs over the years.
08 Mar 2017
Artist/ filmaker Ta Minh Duc was awarded "Short film of the future" for his Film No.3
“Autumn Meeting” is an annual cinema program organized by Cinema Land and DNY Productions. Autumn Meeting is a place where the most successful and famous personalities of Vietnam cinema gather and connect with a lot of activities including filmmaking workshops, film screening galas, award giving ceremonies, and cinema fundraising.
08 Mar 2017
Contour Biennale 8 departs from the historic grounds of the Great
Council, established in Mechelen during the fifteenth century; an
emblematic reminder of the court architecture that first sought to
address the Low Countries through rational jurisprudence. From the vestiges of this judicial infrastructure,
the biennale investigates the field of social justice and its
implements as media archaeology, such that justice itself is considered a
“medium” that is simultaneously a performative, ethical, and aesthetic
08 Mar 2017
Framer Framed took part in Art Rotterdam 2017 (in the special Intersections programme), presenting the work of Vietnamese artist Tuan Mami. They showed his installation In One’s Breath – Nothing Stands Still (2014 – 2017), and accompanied it with a public program. In relation to this, and to shed some light on his practice, they also interviewed him for their website.
29 Sep 2016
After Kuandu Biennale in Teipei, Phuong Linh's next stop is Shanghai Biennale 2016 wich takes place from November 12, 2016 til March 12, 2017 at Power Station of Art
10 Sep 2016
Begun by artists Tuan Mami, Nguyen Phuong Lin and several other artists in 2013, Nha San Collective inherited the spirit of the Nha San Studio as an experimental space for avant-garde art. Their goals are to support young artists, expand the audience for the visual arts, facilitate cultural exchange at home and abroad, and promote creative activities in Vietnam through their exhibitions, public programs, and educational activities. Although they had been relocating, without a specific space of their own, they have moved into Hanoi’s new commercial building, Creative City since August 2015. As part of the building’s incentive to bring in cultural enterprises, their rent has also been waived. Run by volunteers, they gain their operational funds from donations, entrance fees, sales of artwork and related goods, and sponsorships of projects. The group emits a youthful energy focused around artists and has been attracting attention as a venue for generating new culture in Hanoi.
03 Sep 2016
From September 2nd 2016 to November 11th 2016 Nha San Artist Nguyen Manh Hung will participate the “ASIA YOUNG 36” - Asia Modern Art Exhibition 2016 an international exhibition that advocates the avant garde-ness, dynamism, and experimental nature of art. The exhibition is opening doors for 36 young artists from 14 Asian countries to use their art and fulfill their potential. It sheds light on various social issues plaguing Asia today with modern art. Meanwhile, the five day international exchange workshop gives participants a chance to share a wide spectrum of problems in Asia. Key figures in the art world including artists, curators, and critics interact with one another to build a consensus at the workshop and offer new values and discourse that the Korean art world must aim for. Jeonbuk Museum of Art expects the international exhibition and the workshop to become a hub of modern art in Asia. Also, the event is a special exhibition worth noting as a specialization strategy for stimulating local art and public or national art galleries.
30 Aug 2016
From September 30th, 2016 to December 11th, 2016 Nha San'a artist Nguyen Phuong Linh will take part in Kuandu Biennale 2016 with curator Nguyen Nhu Huy in Teipei, Taiwan.
25 Aug 2016
Four artists have started their guest-residency of three months at the Rijksakademie. The residency is part of
the 'ACC-Rijksakademie Dialogue and Exchange'* programme: Heisue Chung (KR/US), Leonid Tsvetkov
(RU/US, RA 09/10), Godwin Koay (SG) and Marc Oosting (NL, RA 11/12). After the summer the other four
participants of the programme will start their guest residency at the Rijksakademie: Antonio Vega Macotela
(MX, RA 11/12), Ryu Eun Miseun Kim (KR), Bea McMahon (IE/NL, RA 12/13) and Tuan Mami (VN)
13 Jul 2016
-Group Exhibition: Judea
23.07.2016 — 27.08.2016
Arin Rungjang with Lee Kit, Pratchaya Phinthong, Maria Taniguchi, Rirkrit Tiravanija and Nguyễn Trinh Thi
Sunday, July 31 at 2 PM - 4 PM in UTC+02
Groenewegje 136, 2515 LR The Hague
-Screening: Love Man Love Woman
Sunday, July 24 at 5 PM - 6:30 PM in UTC+08
Connecting Space Hong KongFort Street 18-20, Hong Kong
-Screening&Talk: Letters from Panduranga
August 2016, 8:30pm
Oranienburger Strasse 18, 10178 Berlin, Germany
28 Jun 2016
The fourth edition of The Future Generation Art Prize worldwide competition established by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation in Ukraine opens for entries today.
All artists up to the age of 35 of all backgrounds, working in any medium, anywhere in the world are encouraged to apply. Supporting the application process, more than 600 correspondents all over the world will be nominating artists for the prize and over 50 Partner Platforms worldwide will be ambassadors for the Future Generation Art Prize to encourage artists within their regions to apply.
The main prize will be awarded by an international jury in the amount of US$ 100,000, split between $60,000 in cash and $40,000 investment in the production of a new work. In addition US$ 20,000 will be awarded to up to five Special Prize winners, nominated by the Jury. A Public Choice winner will be selected through online voting and announced at the Award Ceremony.
For more details please visit: http://futuregenerationartprize.org