10 Chancery Lane Gallery July newsletter
Dinh Q. Lê
Memory for Tomorrow
Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
Dinh Q. Le: Memory for Tomorrow at Mori Art Museum July 25-Oct12
Image courtesy of Mori Art Museum
We are excited to announce Dinh Q. Lê's first solo exhibition at the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo. A wide variety of Dinh's previous works will be exhibited, together with new works created specially for the exhibition.
Hannah Bertram
Phoenix in Ruins
Palais de Tokyo, Paris
Hannah Bertram - Phoenix in Ruins Jun24-Sep13
Congratulations to Austrialian artist Hannah Bertram for her solo exhibition Phoenix in Ruins at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. For the exhibition, Hannah created three large strips of gold wallpaper adorned with flocked motifs inspired by decorative Victorian patterns, using dust and ashes she collected from Palais de Tokyo's spaces and other symbolic places in Paris, as well as from her previous works.
Huang Rui and Wang Keping
The Civil Power
Beijing Minsheng Art Museum, Beijing
(top to bottom)
Huang Rui, Demorarcy Wall, 1981; Wang Keping, Silence, 1978
Images courtesy of the artists
Important early works by Stars artists Huang Rui and Wang Keping will be shown at The Civil Power - the inaugural exhibition of the Beijing Minsheng Art Museum in Beijing's 798 Art District.
Nandan Ghiya
Postdate: Photography and Inherited History in India
San Jose Museum of Art, California
Nandan Ghiya-Postdate:Photography and Inherited History in India
Nandan Ghiya, The Dreamer - 1, 2012
Image courtesy of the artist and 10 Chancery Lane Gallery
Works by Nandan Ghiya are currently on show in the group exhibition Postdate: Photography and Inherited History in India at the San Jose Museum of Art in California.
Vandy Rattana
Vandy Rattana, Fire of the Year, 2008
Images courtesy of the artist and 10 Chancery Lane Gallery
Cambodian artist Vandy Rattana was nominated as one of the six finalists at the Hugo Boss Asia Art Award for emerging Asian artists. Self-taught, Vandy began to record the daily activities of his family in 2005, which became the subject of his first acclaimed exhibition in Phnom Penh. His photo series Bomb Ponds is part of the travelling of the exhibition No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia organised by the Guggenheim and UBS.
Yang Zhichao
Yang Zhichao-Chinese Bible May14-Aug1
Yang Zhichao’s performance installation comprising 3000 diaries collected by the artist, Chinese Bible, is now on show at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in New South Wales.
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