A group exhibition featuring installations by French, Brazilian and Vietnamese artists will open July 29 until August 9 at Mai Gallery in Hanoi.
The show is the first fruit of the Metropole Nomade project, which is working for cultural exchange in Asia, Europe and Latin America.
This year, the project takes place in Hanoi with the participation of five French artists: Abigail Nunes, Annie Barel, Elli Drouilleau, Eric Huynh and Pat cam; four Brazilian artists: Erica Bettiol, Flavia Sammarone, Fabiana Mitsue and Flavia Vivacqua; and six Vietnamese artists: Nguyen Tran Cuong, Nguyen Ngoc Phuong, Tran Gia Tung, Tran Trung Thanh, Vu Duc Trung and Hoang Duy Vang.
Titled Movement, the project, aims to have the artists create a joint installation.
According to a press release from the organizer, there will be several stages to the project. Each group of artists will further develop the initial idea which later will be assembled into an installation work. The idea is not fixed and could be changed through the working process. There is no fixed location and timing for the project.
The exhibition in Vietnam includes an artist talk on Brazilian contemporary art, taken place on July 31 at 9.30 am at Art Talk Café, 12 Quan Su street, Hanoi.
Mai Gallery is located on 113 Hang Bong Street, Hanoi.
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