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CCACC Art Gallery

Băng Qua Nước: Across Land, Across Water”
May 6-June 30, 2023

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“Băng Qua Nước: Across Land, Across Water” is one of the first art exhibitions in the United States solely featuring works by Vietnamese (American) artists: Thuan Vu (he/him), Antonius-Tín Bui (they/them), Quyên Trương (she/her), Thu Tran (he/him), Kenny Nguyen (he/him), Hng-Ân Trương (she/her), and Quỳnh Lâm (she/her). Their works span the painting, soft sculpture, video, photography, and cyanotype mediums and provide a lens for understanding the multiplicity of what/where ‘home’ can mean/be for migratory peoples within and beyond those of the Vietnamese diaspora.


Băng Qua Nước: Across Land, Across Water, curated by Ivy Vương (Yale History of Art '23), first opened this past year in New Haven, CT at Creative Arts Workshop in collaboration with Artspace New Haven. It is now expanded and travelling to CCACC Art Gallery (located in the D.C. area) for AAPI Heritage Month (May 6, 2023-June 30, 2023).

The opening at CCACC Art Gallery for AAPI Heritage Month (May 6, 2023-June 30, 2023)

CCACC Art Gallery, Gaithersburg, MD (D.C. area) 9318 Gaither Road, Suite 215

Reception: Saturday, May 6, 2023 from 2-4PM

IoDeposito & the Municipality of Gradisca d'Isonzo
PPP & Dora Bassi: eredità ai contemporanei
Mar 9-Apr 16, 2023


From 9 March to 16 April 2023, IoDeposito and the Municipality of Gradisca d'Isonzo are organizing an exhibition at Casa Maccari presenting a group of newly rediscovered works by Dora Bassi – back to light after decades of private ownership – in dialogue with works by female artists international events, on the themes dearest to Pasolini: eros between politics and privacy, the relationship with the territory, human relationships as an antidote to the harshness of modern times, experimentation with materials as a metaphor for the body and our humanity.

A little over a hundred years after his birth, the contamination has revealed itself to be the true stylistic code of Pier Paolo Pasolini, at the roots of his poetics: the contamination with artists and writers of the area, in close contact with the genius loci of his region of birth.
With Dora Bassi, her contemporary and representative of a feminist movement that wanted, among the first, to give visibility to the work of women in the arts, a creative, fresh and fruitful dialogue came to life, which found its way into the genesis of new works of art, and which has sown the seeds of a profitable cultural heritage which today influences international artists and intellectuals who work in different fields, from philosophy to performance, from installation to video art.

On display, the works of: Dora Bassi, Zosia Zoltkowski, Nathalie Vanheule, Quynh Lam.

Foyer Vietnam, Paris
Quynh Lam : Reconstruction de la mémoire à travers les archives
Oct 23, 2022

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Cette rencontre d'artiste est une occasion pour faire connaître l'artiste vietnamienne Quynh Lam et ses œuvres au public français. Ici, la créatrice et les récepteurs vont se dialoguer sur la manière dont la mémoire est reconstruite via la recréation photographique des anciennes photos familiales. 

L'événement se déroulera principalement en Anglais.

Lien de billetterie :

Les billets d'entrée sont gratuits. Les participants seront invités à présenter leurs billets à l'entrée de l'événement.

Date and time

Sun, October 23, 2022, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM CEST


Foyer Vietnam 80 Rue Monge 75005 Paris France

Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp x Het Bos
Extra Academy
Oct 06, 2022

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Extra Academy organizes an open program of lectures, performances, workshops and screenings around artistic practice, reflection and research.

Extra Academy is an alliance between the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp, Sint Lucas School of Arts and Het Bos, and is curated by Nico Dockx (Academy), Teun Verbruggen (Conservatoire) and Helen Mauli Dowling (Sint Lucas).

The platform that they offer, is one where participants become acquainted with practices and visions that are hardly or not at all addressed in the media or art education. In this way they aspire to create a much broader picture of the stratification and rich complexity of what contemporary artistic practice can mean in dialogue with, among other things, art-historical, socio-political, philosophical and economic implications.

Extra Academy is being held at Het Bos, Ankerrui 5-7, 2000 Antwerpen.

More than 70 Extra Academies have already taken place, since 2011 at Kunsthal Extra City and since 2018 at Het Bos.

Programme 2022-2023

  • 6 October: Quynh Lam

  • 17 November: Peter Jacquemyn

  • 8 December: Douglas Park

  • 26 January: curated by Different Perspectives Art Games Festival

  • 9 February: Isolarii Books

  • 16 March: Eline De Clercq

  • 20 April: Basma Alsharif 

  • 4 May: Alexis Blake


EXTRA ACADEMY organiseert een open programma van lezingen, performances, workshops en screenings rond artistieke praktijk, reflectie en onderzoek. Het platform is er een waarbij deelnemers kennismaken met praktijken en visies die niet of nauwelijks in de media of het kunstonderwijs aan bod komen. Het programma begint om 19u scherp, aansluitend kan er gegeten worden in de wekelijkse Boskeuken!

ifa Gallery Berlin
MOTUS Chess Club
feat. Takako Saito and special guest players
Sep 17, 2022

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In Anlehnung an die ifa-Tourneeausstellungen operiert MOTUS im öffentlichen Raum und zeigt von Adrien Missika ausgewählte Kunstwerke aus dem Kunstbestand des ifa. MOTUS versteht sich als sozialer Raum und verwandelt sich für diese Veranstaltung in einen Schachclub, in dem Schachbretter der japanischen Fluxus-Künstlerin Takako Saito ausgestellt werden. Zu diesem Anlass hat Missika eine Gruppe von internationalen Künstler:innen eingeladen, Saitos Spiele auszuprobieren und neu zu erfinden.

Teilnehmer:innen: Wilhelm Klotzek, Quỳnh Lâm, Hanne Lippard, Anastasios Logothetis, Adrien Missika, Sarah Ancelle Schönfeld, Claire Tolan

During the Berlin Art Week, ifa Gallery Berlin shows performances in the City space and in the Gallery. The exhibition Spheres of Interest*, in which six international and Berlin-based artists engage with the works from the ifa collection, enters its final week with Berlin Art Week and is on view until 18 September.

17.09.2022 - 16:00h Out of the Box: Art Collection

Recalling the traveling nature of ifa’s touring exhibitions, MOTUS operates in public space and displays artworks selected by Adrien Missika from the ifa art collection. MOTUS aims to function as a social space and mutates for this event into a chess club, displaying chessboards by Japanese Fluxus artist Takako Saito. For this occasion, Missika invited a group of international artists to play and reinvent Saito’s games.

Participants: Wilhelm Klotzek, Quỳnh Lâm, Hanne Lippard, Anastasios Logothetis, Adrien Missika, Sarah Ancelle Schönfeld, Claire Tolan

Art Center Ongoing & Art Space Tetra
匿名の女性たち – 私は当事者ではない
Anonymous Women - Not the one concerned
June 6-12 & 16-26, 2022

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five minutes is a unique video performance art showcase which represents works by female artists from around the world (Japan, Uruguay, Thailand, Belgium, India, Singapore, the Philippines, Bangladesh, Vietnam, South Korea, Germany) who support the Burmese anonymous women artists under their difficult circumstances.

Artists: Ana Aristimuño Olivera, Aor Nopawan, Béatrice Didier, Dimple B Shah, Eve Tan, Jessica Tanto, Minori Sumiyoshiyama, Nerisa Del Carmen Guevara, Noel Langone, Preema Nazia Andaleeb, Quỳnh Lâm, Racquel de Loyola, Sakiko Yamaoka, Snežana Golubović, Yeonjeong

Curatorial Note:

The project has been in process for about three years with the aim of holding an exhibition in Myanmar titled Anonymous Women – Not the once Concerned. Through regular individual and group discussions using the Zoom app., we have had numerous dialogues with the “participant” communities and individuals who collaborate on research and productions.

“Anonymous Women” are the artists themselves and the Burmese women who are their subjects. The image of a woman as a subject is established by the subjectivity of the artist as another person. Therefore, it becomes a rhetorical dilemma that the individuality of the subject is abstracted to the extent when “the appearance that is different from the image of the subject that they themselves know” becomes clearer. But what if they had themselves as their subject? In that case, both the subject and the artist are the person concerned, but can the two parties be the same person? In this project, they are not only the object to be drawn but also the subject / the one concerned. Here, by providing the crown “Anonymous Women”, the subject and the object are reversed or obscured, and the participation of others is possible. Now, who is saying, “I’m not the one concerned”?

A coup d’etat by the Armed Forces on February 1, 2022, forced a radical overhaul of this project. The holding of exhibitions in Myanmar has become desperate, and the continuation of daily expression activities for the artists participating in this project, especially in Myanmar, is in an extremely difficult situation next to personal danger. The meaning of the word “anonymous” has changed and weighs very heavily. In order to find a way out of this situation, it can be said that the formation of global public opinion and continuous support for Myanmar are indispensable. The main purpose of this project is to listen to the precious voices of the “anonymous women” themselves and to support the continuation of their expression activities. I would like to think about how to reach this stance “I am also the one concerned”, even within Japan, while forming a multi-layered network.

How do we communicate when we are immediately banned from expressing our identities?

The puzzling question was imaginative, but it did happen. There have been identities

in Burmese history that could not be described as “ anonymous” or “unnamed”. The Coup d’état in Feb 2021 transformed the third generations to study and survive as anonymous. This is exactly what happened in Myanmar at 2022, Now. More than 50% of Myanmar’s population is women. A large number of women were actively involved in this revolution. The first protester to be shot (Mya Thwet Thwet Khaing) was also a woman. We had very difficult time. One of us, who had been imprisoned before, was able to disguise her “work of art” and “artist name” and stay away from torture to death. We still have to remain anonymous in order to survive. We try. We want to try. Read what we have to say without knowing who we are. Let you hear. Despite the restrictions on disclosure, we still have a lot to talk about. We are happy to show you the fearlessness.

Longgyi ロンジ(sarong for women) is important in politics. Conversations is killing like a thorn in the side. The female icon is a great recognition for the masses of women who have resisted national reconstruction. You will find it from the artists who want to remain anonymous. The relationship between human life, death and QR codes; One of the things the exhibition want artists/Burmese people to know is the responsibilities of the country on our shoulders, which we always carry on, make us feel overwhelmed, even if we are an anonymous artists. We worried and scared to use to stay with fear. Fear coexists with day-to-day affairs. We were ordered to kill protesters, poet and street photographer have been tortured to death, filmmaker arrested, burn down people alive, fired to the villages until yesterday and today. COVID-19 and Coup d’état  hit the thousands of lives away after 16th months of Junta. We fear that we will lose our loved ones. Today, our citizen are swallowing the freedom to laugh and be happy.

In the days when we had to run and hide, people in our country are running out of art they create. Things to talk about are spreading like blood all over the body. We were anonymous and did not want to be named. We speak out with what we have, what we does in our hands. Didn’t we marvel at the strength of anonymity as justice and emphatic as the world’s top secret anonymous hacker group boldly joined to stop wars? Anonymous hackers have been active in Russia, Calling for an immediately end to hostilities on Russia’s main military control website. The definition of anonymous was used by many criminals, but now it has changed dramatically.


June 6 (Fri.) – June 12(Sun.)  Weekdays 13:00-20:00, Saturday 12:00-20:00(Last day 12:00-18:00)

Venue @Fukuoka

art space tetra 2-15 Susakimachi, Hakata Ward, Fukuoka, 812-0028 



June 16 (Fri.) – June 26(Sun.)  Weekdays 14:00-21:00, Saturday 12:00-21:00(First day 18:00-, Last day 12:00-18:00)

Venue @Tokyo

Art Center Ongoing 1 Chome-8-7 Kichijoji Higashicho, Musashino, Tokyo 180-0002

Cromwell Place
Panel Talk: Performance Art in the Southeast Asian Diaspora
May 14, 2022

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Join us for this panel talk moderated by Mark Rappolt (ArtReview) and topic of discussion: Performance Art in the Southeast Asian Diaspora with artists Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen and Quỳnh Lâm, curator Tanya Michele Amador (Peruke Projects). This is held on the occasion of London Gallery Weekend in conjunction with our group exhibition titled Rituals and Rebirths curated by Peruke Projects in collaboration with A.I..

The exhibition examines the performances of three diasporic Southeast Asian multi-disciplinary artists, constructed around the rituals concerning the rebirths of their oeuvres and the marking of time. These three artists living between cultures, with transnational hybrid identities, are brought together for the first time alongside one another. This formidable trio – Anida Yoeu Ali (b.1974, Cambodia), Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen (b.1970, Philippines/living in Denmark), and Quỳnh Lâm (b.1988, Vietnam) - brings to a new audience an opportunity to reflect upon their experiences of crisis, displacement, and otherness, through their rituals, renewals, responses and provocations.

Presented as an installation of videos, photographs, symbolic objects and artefacts, and two participatory performances by Rasmussen and Lâm, the artists document the passing of time in each of their ceremonies. Ali’s The Red Chador installation illustrates the death and rebirth of a provocative and politicized alter ego. Rasmussen’s Today is your performance demonstrates the cyclical nature of life, while Lâm's The Price of Humanity performance illuminates the tumultuous journey of a nomadic outcast.

Rituals and Rebirths explores the intersections of the three artists' responses to both their personal and geo-political narratives that have shaped their identities.

This exhibition is supported by Outset Contemporary Art Fund and Embassy of Denmark, London.

Date and time Sat, 14 May 2022, 16:00 – 17:00 BST

Location Cromwell Place (Gallery 1) 4 Cromwell Place London SW7 2JE United Kingdom

Golden Chain Gallery
même pas, pourtant proche | not even, yet close
May 06-July 09, 2022

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Tri-Star Arts is pleased to announce a new exhibition in their Golden Chain Gallery project space located at the historic Candoro Marble Building. même pas, pourtant proche | not even, yet close, by Quỳnh Lâm opens Friday, May 6, 2022 and will run through Saturday, July 9, 2022
Public receptions will be held on Friday, May 6, 2022 from 5:00- 8:00 pm and Friday, July 2, 2022 from 5:00- 8:00pm.

Peruke Projects in collaboration with A.I.
Rituals and Rebirths
May 10-22, 2022

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Rituals and Rebirths is a group exhibition curated by Peruke Projects in collaboration with A.I. in London.

Exhibition opening times @ 4 Cromwell Place (Gallery 1), London, SW7 2JE

Opening times: Tues-Sat 10am - 6pm,
                           Sun 10am - 4pm

Preview: Tues 10 May 2022, 5-7pm

Ricostruzioni Interpretazioni Contemporanee Della Storia Friulana
Apr 03-May 15, 2022

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Sunday 3rd April, the Friuli Homeland Day , becomes the perfect occasion for the inauguration of Ricostruzioni. Contemporary interpretations of Friulian history : the exhibition organized by IoDeposito at the Prison Tower of the Abbey Complex of Moggio di Sopra. Through eight works by Italian and international artists, the exhibition re-constructs, thanks to the means of contemporary art, the difficult role of limes between the east and west of the world that Friuli Venezia Giulia has played for centuries.

Invasions, foreign dominations, traumatic events but also brackets of socio-cultural splendor dot the past of Friuli Venezia Giulia and have contributed to the definition of the identity of its people. An identity that has been able to draw a strong sense of pride from these events, but also an intimate generosity and openness towards different cultures and peoples.

The works on display are the result of residencies during which each artist was able to explore the area, study its history and get to know its inhabitants, interpreting their cultural substrate. With video art and sound art performances, photographs and installations, the artists bring out the traces and scars of the region's past, reinterpreting them in a new light and promoting fresh insights.

Thus, Beatrice Achille opens up an inner space that surprises us as unaware custodians of the culture of the Patriarchate; Luger and Dunnill create a melody directly connected to the land and rivers of Friuli Venezia Giulia, while Tablazon's photographs lay bare the soul, the past and the history of the places in the region visited by the artist. Furthermore, at the opening of the exhibition on Sunday 3 April, the Italian-Iranian duo formed by Alice Mestriner and Ahad Moslemi will present the installation Elbow tree, an artist's ethnography that investigates the collective memory of the Canal del Ferro-Val Canale area: the couple interacted with local historians, cultural activists, teachers, writers, families, the elderly and young people, elaborating their collective memory. From this intense research work, a kinetic installation full of meaning has taken shape, whose mechanical arm incessantly mixes the earth from Italy, Austria and Slovenia: a symbol of the perpetual movement that over the centuries has seen the integration of people and languages ​​in extreme northeastern Italy.

The artists reflect the value of multiculturalism that has always distinguished the Friuli area: the works of Beatrice Achille (Italy), Alice Mestriner (Italy) & Ahad Moslemi (Iran), Quynh Lam (Vietnam), Cristian Tablazon (Philippines ), Dan Allon (Israel), Zofia Zoltkowski (Australia) and Cannupa Hanska Luger & Ginger Dunnill (USA).

The inauguration of Ricostruzioni will take place at 11.30 and will follow the Holy Mass in Friulian at the Abbey of San Gallo, in the Abbey Complex of Moggio di Sopra (UD).

The exhibition is organized in collaboration with the Pro Loco Moggese and is financed by the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region. 

On the occasion of the "Setemane de Culture Furlane", the exhibition can be visited from 3 April to 15 May, on weekend afternoons, from 15.00 to 18.30

Organized by:
Pro Loco Moggese Aps - Municipality of Moggio Udinese

Heritage Space
Month of Arts Practice
Nov 28-Dec 12, 2021

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Month of Arts Practice, abbreviated as MAP, is an annual art project of Heritage Space. MAP was initiated and operated since 2015 with a view to creating a space for composing and developing contemporary art on the basis of cooperation and interaction among Vietnamese and international artists. Each year, MAP sets out a specific theme, inviting the participation of international acclaimed artists and curators come to Hanoi (Vietnam) to practice and exchange with talented young Vietnamese artists.

MAP 2021 has the theme "the White distance" - a response to the distances created by the pandemic, and also wants to rethink the existing gaps in the physical and psychological human life. The project started from July 2021 to until mid-September with a series of weekly online discussions with a large group of artists who participated in the project from 2016-2020. There are 26 artists and experts from Germany, USA, Japan, Korea, India, Switzerland, Finland, France and Vietnam participated in this project. MAP 2021 includes a 5-month virtual residency and exchange period, followed by a hybrid exhibition in Hanoi and online launched from Nov 2021.

The results are on display at the Hanoi Union Hall (

and online at the homepage

Opening Reception: Saturday November 27, 2021, 6:30 – 9:00PM (GMT+7)
Exhibition: From November 28 – December 12, 2021. Opening hours from 10:00AM – 8PM
Venue: UNION Hall, Complex 01, no.29 lane 31 alley 167 Tay Son st., Dong Da, Hanoi, Vietnam

Peripheral Memories
Nov 13-Nov 28, 2021

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On display, works by: Quynh Lahm (Vietnam), Yilin Zhu (China), Vanessa Gageos (Romania), Neja Tomšič (Slovenia), Inês Coelho da 
Silva (Portugal), Nicola Ellis (UK), Claudio Beorchia (Italy), Laura Santamaria (Italy), Marta Lodola (Italy).
Venue: the U. Veruda room of Palazzo
Costanzi, 2, Piazza Piccola, Trieste (adjacent to Piazza Unità d’Italia).
Weekday and holiday timetable: 10-13/17-20.
Admission allowed upon presentation of the Green Pass. Guided tours are available for free on site. Every Saturday afternoon, educational workshops for children.

Museum of Contemporary Art Nashville
Presents TMP1, “Radical” Thoughts
Mar 13-May 19, 2021


TMP1 curatorial statement:

“Radical” Thoughts

A global crisis in the 21st century is much more than quarantine baking, hand-washing techniques, and curbside pickup. We have learned that a global crisis changes the way society operates. This change in operation has exposed and continues to expose the inadequacies in our system and how it is failing us. These same inadequacies fuel the need to create new practices that will not only assist in the advancement of our society but allow us to define the relationship between radical thought and radical practice. Through art, we explore how science, sustainability, and socialism can and will contribute to us creating a new, functional, and citizen-oriented system.

Check out the participating artists for MOCAN’s upcoming exhibition, “Radical” Thoughts, a contemporary exploration of how our world is evolving in the face of unprecedented conditions.

TMP1 will be held in Nashville from March 13 to May 29, 2021. To learn more about the exhibition, visit MOCAN’s website and to register for a ticket, visit the invitation. 

Saturday, March 13, 20215:00 PM 
Saturday, May 29, 20216:00 PM

1004 Gallatin AvenueNashville, TN, 37206United States (map)

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Stamford Arts Centre
OF LIMITS Exhibition
March 03-30, 2021


Held from 3 to 30 March 2021 at the Stamford Arts Centre, Serangoon, the exhibition aims to generate public discourse on how existing socio-political fault lines have been magnified by the vicissitudes brought about by the global disruptions.
The exhibition is curated by Of Limits Collective, recipient of the Platform Projects Curatorial Award overseen by NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore.
Venue: Studio 03-02, Stamford Arts Centre
Date & Time: 3-30 March 2021,
Tuesday to Sunday, 12pm-7pm

Les Cahiers Du Nem
Faire l’histoire des couleurs qui s’étiolent – Entretien avec l’artiste 
November 23, 2020


An interview by Louis Raymond was featured on Les Cahiers Du Nem.

Richard Koh Fine Art
October 2-24, 2020


A show curated by David Willis.

Time: October 2-24, 2020

Location: RK Fine Art Singapore

Blk 47, Malan Road,

#01-26 Gillman Barracks

Singapore 109444

Art & Market
Dialogues: Quynh Lam
July 30, 2020


An interview by David Willis was featured on 

Art & Market, an art channel in Asia.

Ragdale Foundation
Ragdale Remote Programs: By and for Artists Series
July 30, 2020


As a fellowship alumna, I will be presenting the outcome of my work, as a part of my research residency at the Ragdale Foundation last summer 2019 after the reading session tonight. Hosted by Ignatius Valentine Aloysius,
from 6:30 - 7:30 PM Thursday, July 30, 2020.
Ragdale has developed programming to keep artists connected to Ragdale through a series of conversations and critique sessions we are calling by "By and For Artists Series"

Mana Contemporary
Artists at MANA: History and Present
July 14, 2020

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 Quynh Lam's work was featured on 
Mana Contemporary website.

Mana Contemporary is an expansive arts center featuring contemporary visual, performing arts programming and exhibitions in Jersey City, New Jersey, United States with affiliated centers in Chicago and Miami.

Mana Contemporary
Enter Open House

Jun 25, 10 AM – Jun 28, 6 PM EST 2020

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Due to concern for the safety of the Mana Contemporary community and the greater public, Spring 2020 Open House has been canceled.

While Mana Contemporary is closed to the public in a physical sense, programming is available online. 

Check out Quynh Lam's work at 

Artist Directory:

Mana Contemporary
Digital Open House
Jun 25–28, 2020



Save the date for Mana Contemporary’s first-ever Digital Open House which operates through a virtual platform to serve as a locus for conversation, inspiration, and connection. This event is hosted in partnership with CADAF - New Art Group LLC, along with New Art Academy, dedicated to art + tech education, art fairs, exhibitions, and panel discussions around the world.

Quynh Lam will participate as an artist exhibitor in Mana Contemporary's Digital Art Fair. See Quynh Lam's work at Virtual Open Studio at CADAF Online June 25-28.


The Center for Global Engagement recently announced six new McClure Scholars for International Research.

The W.K. McClure supports independent international research and creative projects abroad to enhance and promote education for world responsibility. 

“The Center for Global Engagement received stellar applications for the W.K. McClure Scholarship award” Jamie McGowan, Director of Global Research Office said.

“Each awardee exemplifies excellence as well as a commitment to engage globally and to understand the complexities of our world. Congratulations to all the recipients.” 

Vincom Center for Contemporary Art
Artists Talk
Dec 21, 2019

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Artist talk - The Foliage III

Time: 10:00 AM -12:00 PM,

Saturday, December 21, 2019

Location: Vincom Contemporary Art Center (VCCA), B1-R3, Vincom Mega Mall Royal City, 72 A Nguyen Trai str., Thanh Xuan dist., Hanoi

The event is free of charge and will take place at 10:00 AM on Saturday, December 21 at Vincom Contemporary Art Center.

To participate in the program, please register at this link:

Vincom Center for Contemporary Art
The Foliage III
Dec 20, 2019

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Vincom Center for Contemporary Art (VCCA) proudly presents the third iteration of "Foliage", an annual exhibition organized by VCCA aiming to support, connect, and spread art to the public.

The exhibition does not have a linear route-- artworks are hidden inside white cubes. 

During the exhibition, VCCA will hold three artist talks, detailed information will be updated on VCCA's official website.

The exhibition will take place from December 20th, 2019 to February 23rd, 2020 at VCCA.


16:00 PM - 22:00 PM, December 20, 2019

Quynh Lam's Stories
Mnemonics 2019


Mnemonics project was featured on the Photographic Museum of Humanity

A1 Labarts
Nov 22, 2019


RINGER features six artists who construct narratives around bodies, protection, and entropy. Exploring the notion of definitive Truth, these artists explore themes of loneliness, the void, and remnants. Working across a range of media, at times participatory—rotting plant matter, video installation, mixed media, and sculpture.

Artists: K.Clark, Mary Climes, Quynh Lam, Gina Stucchio, Lauren Terry, Alissa Walls

Opening Reception: 6-9 PM EST

Venue: A1labarts - 23 Emory Place
Knoxville TN, 37197, United States

Ragdale Foundation
2019 Riedel Fellowship

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Quynh Lam was selected as a Riedel Fellow, juried by the Ragdale Curatorial Board of Ragdale Foundation.

Art Formosa
Art Future Award
Jan 18-20, 2019


Quynh Lam is an award-winning of the Special Jury Prize and received an invitation to exhibit her work in Taipei this January.

The Art Future Prize committee was comprised of Kwok Kian Chow, former director of Singapore Art Museum and National Gallery Singapore; Wolf Lieser, director of DAM Gallery, Germany; Miyatsu Daisuke, professor at Yokohama University of Art and Design, Japan; Seo Sang-Ho, director of Open Space Bae, Korea; and Huang Shan-Shan, supervisor of JUT Art Museum, Taiwan.

Rabbits Road Institute London
Bay Library
Nov 18, 2017


Bay Library will be popping up this Wednesday at the Rabbits Road Institute as part of the Open Access risograph printing run by OOMK Zine. If you’re in East London you can browse the library and see the newest Saigon Artbook and XEM Vietnam.

Wednesday 8th November 2017, 2-7pm. Visit for more information.

Wedeman Gallery
K: History of Now – a Collection of Artists Books from Vietnam
Sep 6-Oct 1, 2017


What is K? In Vietnamese, k means bookshelf and it also means “(I) do not care”. The careless attitude is criticized as irresponsible manner among millennials in Vietnam. Yet when spoken, “k” – as “I don’t care” shows a determined mindset of a person who is ready to reject the old traditions in order to express anew.

This exhibition is organized by the Indochina Arts Partnership, the Vietnam Artists Book Projects at the Wedeman Gallery of the Yamawaki Art and Cultural Center.

September 8 – October 1, 2017

Bangkok CityCity Gallery
Bangkok Artbook Fair
Sep 7-10, 2017

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My artist book will be showing at BANGKOK ART BOOK FAIR. Welcome visitors to the first edition held at Bangkok CityCity Gallery with collaborations from artists, independent publishers, and Thailand’s contemporary art organizations. BANGKOK ART BOOK FAIR is initiated by Studio 150 with an aim to be a platform for those who are interested in exchanging their knowledge and insights through "art books/art publications". With hope to bring diversity making and producing as well as to perform as a networking and collaboration link between art bookmakers and other art-related entities both in Thailand and abroad, Come join us and be part of the art books/art publication community at Bangkok CityCity Gallery (Sathorn Soi 1 - near MRT Lumpini station - parking at 123 parking). 

Saigon Artbook 6 & 7 Re-Launching
Oct 6, 2017


Join us for the re-launch of the two latest editions of Saigon Artbook. Two years in the making, these comprehensive surveys of contemporary Vietnamese art cast a spotlight on the practice of ten Saigon-based artists. Learn how we translate the artwork onto paper, and unify design with artistic concepts. The books become mobile exhibitions that you can hold in your hands.

The showcase will run until 4th November. 

Opening night Friday 6th October, 6pm-10pm inpages, 4 Le Van Mien, Thao Dien ward, District 2, Saigon

Inlen Gallery
XEM Issue 7 - Installation
Jan 14, 2017

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 XEM Magazine is a platform to showcase photography-based work by the collective (consisting of Vietnamese contemporary artists/photographers Quang Lam, Hoang Duong Cam, Phan Quang, UuDam Tran Nguyen, and Nguyen Thanh Truc).
Each issue also features work by one invited guest, who – for the magazine’s latest issue – will be HCMC-based artist Quynh Lam.

Vernacular Institute for the Taipei Biennial 2016
Vietnam Artists Book Project
Dec 10-12, 2016


My artist book, part of the Vietnam Artists Book Project is participating in The Editorial Marketplace Events - an artist's book event organized by the Asia Art Archive and Vernacular Institute for the Taipei Biennial 2016.
The Editorial is a research-led inquiry into the expanding role and network of independent contemporary art publishers in Asia and their international impact through a curated series of public events, exhibitions, and discussions.
The Editorial at the Taipei Biennial 2016 is a partnership between the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Vernacular Institute, and Asia Art Archive in Hong Kong. It was initiated by Ingrid Chu and Kit Hammonds.


The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre
Quỳnh Lâm - Art Talk
Sep 25, 2016


Edition 6 artist Quỳnh Lâm will be hosting an art talk to talk about her practice and collection for the Saigon Artbook Festival 2016.

*Talk in English and Vietnamese. 
5 - 6 pm, Sunday 25th September 2016. 
@The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre, 15 Nguyen U Di, Thao Dien, D2, HCMC 

The talk is free but places are limited. Please register your details below to secure your place at:

The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre
Saigon Artbook 6th Edition
Sep 9-29, 2016

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The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre is pleased to collaborate with Saigon Artbook

in launching their 6th edition. 

Quynh Lam's new series of paintings incorporates plant matter found around Saigon will be exhibited at The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre. 

Curated by Shyevin S’ng of Vin Gallery
Exhibition dates: 9 – 29 September, 2016

The Journey of Material Research
Sinh Village

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Quynh Lam had the opportunity to visit Sinh village and interact with local people there during my research trip. If Hanoi is famous for Hang Trong folk paintings and the northern delta has Dong Ho paintings, the central province of Thua Thien Hue boasts paintings of Sinh village - the place has been well-known for the traditional craft of folk woodblock painting.

Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts Museum
Out of Museum - Out of Nowhere
February 3-22, 2016

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Quynh Lam's work will be showcased at

Out of Museum, an offhand and intimate event and exhibition to say goodbye to the space in which Sao La had the grand opening Out of Nowhere.

Sao La Gallery is an initiative space of Gallerie Quynh which is located inside the HCMC Fine Arts Museum, and now Sao La will be returned to the museum in March 2016. Sao La is still active in the air and at the artist studio Nguyen Cong Tru.

The exhibition continues until 22nd February, 2016 at Sao La, HCMC Fine Arts Museum #1, Le Thi Hong Gam, District 1.

Imago Mundi - Luciano Benetton Collection
Vietnam: New Winds

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Quynh Lam's work was featured in 'Vietnam: New Winds' as a part of the larger collection Imago Mundi project.

"Imago Mundi is the collection of works commissioned and collected by Luciano Benetton. The collection, under the auspices of the Fondazione Benetton Studi Ricerche 

(established to support and raise awareness of the wealth of landscape, cultural and artistic heritage), has no commercial ambitions but aims to unite the diversities of our world in the name of common artistic experience. The goal is to catalogue works, inspirations, and ideas, in order to pass down to future generations the widest possible mapping of the situation of human cultures at the start of the third millennium."

Muong Studio - Muong Cultural Museum
ECO Art Project

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 The ECO-art VN project, which is organized by the independent curator group ACCA and Muong Studio, aims to make a breakthrough in promoting the formation and the development of Vietnam ECO-art.
The project’s working method aims to provide the platform for individuals or groups, who are in the Eco-art field, have good conditions for deep research while, also, it is a space for all to collaborate with each other. It would be the best way right now to find a solution for a balance of nature.

Lê Công Kiu Station
March: Art walk
Mar 29-May 9, 2015

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Quynh Lam's work will be showcased in March: Art Walk

Opening Reception: Lê Công Kiều Station

Exhibition details: March 29 – May 9, 2015
(9 AM – 5 PM)

"Inspired by the desire to narrow the gap between contemporary art with the general public, as well as connecting artists, the exhibition is part of a bigger community art project with the same title hosted at four different spaces: Sao La, Lê Công Kiều Station, Freeland, and Studio Nguyễn Công Trứ. Located in remained colonial architectures by Ben Thanh market of the former Eastern Pearl, four spaces by chance gather in the heart of Saigon to form a small circle of art that at the same time blends and contradicts to the surrounding shopping centers."

Bazaar Compatible Program Shanghai
RED, Une exposition de peinture

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Quynh Lam's work was displayed at

The Observatory for the "Finissage" programme of the first part of the exhibition "Màu Đỏ / Red" in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (March, 2014), Bazaar Compatible Program – Shanghai, China (May, 2014), and Fujiyoshida – Yamanashi, Japan (May, 2015)

'Red' exhibition (Henry Codax, Vương Tử Lâm, Olivier Mosset) is an introduction to the most radical type of abstraction: the monochromatic painting, an installation mixing video and sculptures supported by Sàn Art, curated by artist Frédéric Sanchez.

Zero Station
Photo Project Workshop
July, 2013

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                                                                                                                                                                                                  Photo credit: Zero Station Vietnam                                               

 Quynh Lam was selected as one of six artists who participated in Zhuang Wubin's workshop in Saigon. 

"The aim of the workshop is to guide the participants through the process of developing individual photo projects, from the point of conceptualisation to the presentation of their work to the public." - Zhang Wubin

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