|Art exhibition Vùng Không Tưởng – Utopia Land will feature artworks by artists from seven different countries.|Viet Nam News
An exhibition entitled Vùng Không Tưởng – Utopia Land, featuring artworks by artists from seven different countries, will open at Heritage Space on Sunday.
The exhibition is by the contemporary art exchange project Month of Arts Practice – MAP 2017, and will feature works by 15 artists from Germany, France, Serbia, South Korea, India, America and Việt Nam. The artworks, including painting, sculpture, photography, videography, multimedia, conceptual and public art, installation and site-specific art, are the result of five weeks of exchange and work by the artists.
Together, they have overcome barriers, challenges and conflicts due to differences in culture, language, behaviors and cognition. Together, they expressed their own outlook and set up Utopia-Land, which has created opportunities for connections and dialogues through new channels and interfaces.
Founded by artist Trần Trọng Vũ, MAP aims to create an exchange and educational platform in contemporary art for young emerging Vietnamese artists and connect with established international artists around the world. The project also creates opportunities for interaction and dialogue between artists and communities, in order to improve the understanding and experimentation in contemporary art for other people through a series of public programmes.
Utopia-Land will open at 6.30pm and run until November 30. Heritage Space is at 1st floor, Dolphin Plaza, 28 Trần Bình Street, Mỹ Đình 2, Hotline: 090 282 6769. — VNS