A huge contemporary art center with several spaces for art exhibitions and visual performances was officially open in the city’s District 2 this week
The Factory Contemporary Art Center (FCAC) on Nguyen U Di Street was inaugurated with a six-day exhibition starting from Friday, organizers said.
The digital exhibition of TechNoPhobe features performances by six local and expat artists with the help of digital sound system, smart phones and 3D printers.
Several workshops were timed to coincide with the first art show at FCAC.
The founder of the art center, Ti-a Thuy Nguyen, who is a fashion designer, said she also offers private spaces in the 1,000-square meter center for team working and art creations.
After the first art center operated in Ho Chi Minh City, a second center will be launched in Hanoi very soon, Nguyen added.
Ti-a Thuy Nguyen (R) introduces her newly-inaugurated art center in Ho Chi Minh City's District 2.