Opening: Wed 08 May, 6.30 pm
Exhibition: 09 May – 02 Jun 2013, 9 am – 7 pm
From Goethe Institut:
What do a stolen bicycle, a shortsighted rabbit named Supa-Hasi and the singer Jonny Cash have in common?
Right – nothing!
But along with other numerous protagonists they form the very colorful and multifaceted exhibition “Comics, Manga & Co. – The New German Comics Culture”. The exhibition is part of a broader series of “Europe Days 2013” events.
The exhibition of 55 different comics will take place in the Goethe-Institute Hanoi from 8th May – 2nd June 2013. It presents two generations of artists, which have been influencing the German comic culture in many different ways.
You will discover detailed and scientific drawings of Jens Harder in Alpha, which shows the evolutionary history from the Big Bang to the first humans, or the exciting film-like drawn graphic novels by Reinhard Kaiser or the girl manga by Christina Plaka – the comic book world knows (almost) no bounds!
13 artists were selected for this exhibition, whose versatile works present all important German tendencies.
We are delighted to welcome one of the participating comic artists in Hanoi: Line Hoven will be our guest at the “comic talk” and will guide the audience through the exhibition and talk to young artists about German and Vietnamese comic culture. The Goethe Institute will also organize other activities for the exhibition.
Read this article of the young journalist Nguyet Phong Anh about the Vietnamese comic.
Vietnamese comics (PDF, 216 KB)
Activities for the exhibition
Workshop | 14.05.2013, from 9 am
under the direction of Line Hoven with Vietnamese artists
Ort | Goethe-Institut Hanoi
By invitation only
“Comic talk” | 14.05.2013, 6.30pm
with Line Hoven and Vietnamese cartoonists
Workshop | 15.05.2013, from 9am
under the direction of Line Hoven with art students of the Academy of Fine Arts
Venue | Academy of Fine Arts
Childrend program on Childrend´s day | 01.06.2013, from 9am, full-day
Venue | Goethe-Institut Hanoi
With registration, (Please send registration to Ms. Do Thuy [email protected], Tel. 04.3734 2251/2/3 (Ext. 9) until 30th May)
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