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Post Doi-Moi – Vietnamese Art After 1990 at Singapore museum to 28 September 2008

Posted by artradar on May 31, 2008

VIETNAM ART SURVEY Singapore Art Museum is organising a three-day symposium. The presentations will cover the rise of modern art from the French Colonial period to the experimental art movement in present-day Vietnam. Speakers from the United States, United Kingdom, France, Australia, Vietnam and Singapore will be presenting on the rise of modern art from French Colonial period to the experimental art movement in present-day Vietnam.
Also, in celebration of 35 years of diplomatic ties between Singapore and Vietnam, the Singapore Art Museum will be organising an exhibition on Vietnamese modern and contemporary art. The exhibition aims to raise the level of awareness and appreciation of Vietnamese art among visitors by providing insights into artistic developments that have taken place over the last three decades art. Comprising an exhibition and an international symposium, the event will be further supported by public programmes such as art talks and lectures, workshops and guided tours.

1. Symposium: Modern and Contemporary Vietnamese Art
Date: 16 -18 May 2008
Time: 10am – 5pm
Venue: Singapore Art Museum Auditorium

2. Exhibition: National Heritage Board Vietnam Festival and “Post Doi-Moi” – Vietnamese Art After 1990s
Date: 12 May – 28 Sep 2008
Venue: Singapore Art Museum

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