Presents TMP1, “Radical” Thoughts
Mar 13-May 19, 2021
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.
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 Quynh Lam
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
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"
Artists at MANA
History and Present
July 14, 2020
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.
Jun 25, 10 AM –
Jun 28, 6 PM EST
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
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.”
Dec 21, 2019
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: https://tinyurl.com/qmm8e2o
The Foliage III
Dec 20, 2019
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
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
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.
Bay Library at the Rabbits Road Institute
London: 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 https://www.rabbitsroadpress.com/ for more information.
KỆ: History of Now – a Collection of Artists Books from Vietnam
What is Kệ? In Vietnamese, kệ 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, “kệ” – 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 Artbook Fair Sep 7-10, 2017
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).