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- Performer – Mark Godwin (2)
Artists perform in an art show titled White Rose last Friday at Anh Khanh Studio in Ngoc Thuy, Ha Noi’s Long Bien District. The show included music and dance performances by Vietnamese and foreign artists including Brett Zweman and Marc Gaetani from the US, David Payne from Australia and Dan Henneberry from the UK. The 1.5-hour music show was performed by DJ Mark Harris, Doan Tri Minh, Vu Nhat Tan and Dom Dom band while the 45-minute dancing part featuring Dao Anh Khanh, Doan Minh Hoan, Truong Uyen Ly and Rudolph Vu Do, expressed the artists’ desire to reach ideal beauty in life. The show gathered hundreds of audience members, who were required to wear white.
The second part of the show, titled Black Rose, will be organised at the same venue at 8pm tomorrow night. While the music part will remain almost the same, the dancing part will be designed differently and will feature Khanh, Doan Minh Hoan, Katya Maskaliova from Belarus and Constantin Bayer from Germany. The Black Rose performance praises the mysterious beauty of love and struggles by artists to oversome hardships in life. Director Khanh expresses his feelings through song and fire. Entrance is free. —VNS Photo Bui Minh Duc
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From the organizer:
Come to the first solo exhibition of artist Đào Anh Khánh in Vietnam.
Over 500 surrealist and abstract paintings, most of them are created in 2014, will be a film featuring every hour by hour, day by day diverse movements in Đào Anh Khánh’s mind about his ceaseless passion – Love.
Đào Anh Khánh is well known for being one of the leading artists of Vietnamese contemporary art. Additionally, to his achievements in the contemporary arts, he has held many international exhibitions, now spanning fifteen different countries, including the US, UK, France, Switzerland, Spain and China. On many occasions, Dao Anh Khanh and his works are featured on world recognisable channels and magazines such as The BBC, Discovery Channel, NHK and The New York Times. He was also promoted by Asia Art magazine as the most active artist, The Word Magazine voted him as ‘Man of the Year in 2010’ as part of 1000 years celebration of Hanoi birth.
Currently Khanh is preparing for the nature and contemporary art project ‘Gam Troi Valley’ (2009-2019). This project features large scale sculptures and installation arts, in his Valley at Luong Son, Hoa Binh, Vietnam. This exhibition is the promotion for his “Gam Troi Valley” project.
Opening and Closing ceremonies have the music performances of American and Vietnamese artists.
Vietnam Fine Arts Museum
66 Nguyen Thai Hoc St.