Exhibiion “về Huế”

Exhibiion “về Huế”

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Exhibition: 20 – 29 Jul 2019
Hue Museum of Fine Arts, Diem Phung Thi Art Gallery
17 Le Loi, Phu Nhuan, Hue City

From the organizer:

“về Huế” – a multi-platform, participatory project, undertaken by a group of independent artists, architects, researchers, scholars, and social/ cultural activists, in collaboration with established art activist entities — is a direct response to Vietnam’s rapid yet uncontrolled urbanization. The project, through showcasing the fading local architectural heritage of Hue City and the surrounding villages (those that are situated outside of the UNESCO designated Imperial City) seeks to establish Hue’s cultural continuity through preserving cultural material, especially architecture, the social current that records historical evolution as well as opening up conversations regarding architectural heritage preservation, a topic with overdue attention in the country.

– Founder/ Coordinator: Nguyễn Yến Phi, Master in Architecture degree from Harvard University, Graduate School of Design (GSD), co-founder and principal at atelier NgNg Studio, based in Ho Chi Minh City
– Photography: Archie Pizzini, PhD RMIT Melbourne, researcher-architect-photographer, Principal at HTAP, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
– Drawings: Ngô Quốc Dũng, B.Arch, Ho Chi Minh City University of Architecture, co-founder and principal at atelier NgNg design Studio, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
– Historical Research: Trần Văn Dũng, PhD Candidate, Hue University of Sciences; Bachelor in History, Bachelor in Philosophy, Master of Arts in Anthropology; researcher at Thua Thien Hue Association of Historical Sciences, Thua Thien Hue Department of Culture and Sports, Vietnam
– Exhibition Design: atelier NgNg, research and design studio, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
– Technical Support: Đỗ Văn Dũng
– Research Contribution: Hoanh Tran, MArch SCI-Arc, PhD RMIT Melbourne, researcher-architect, Pricipal at HTAP, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
– Sketches: Urban Sketchers Việt Nam

Sponsor Organizations:
– Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, USA
– Site and Space in Southeast Asia, a research project organized by the University of Sydney and supported by the Getty Foundation as part of its Connecting Art Histories Initiative
– atelier NgNg, research and design studio in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, research and design studio in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


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