Pham Ngoc Duong

Pham Ngoc Duong

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    Artist Pham Ngoc Duong
    Artist Pham Ngoc Duong

    Pham Ngoc Duong is an artist who has participated in many contemporary art movements in Hanoi. His exhibition “People in the City” reflects a negative side of Vietnamese society caused by globalization and other social concerns. The artworks portray people who are living under difficult circumstances which have been caused by rapidly changing society, pressure from a lack of understanding of modern life, pressure from changes in culture, and from a lack of human rights.

    Since 1997 his works have been widely exhibited in Vietnam. He has also had international solo exhibitions in France, Switzerland, China, Norway, the USA, Singapore and Japan.

    His work is included in the Post Vidai Collection of Contemporary Vietnamese Art, Switzerland and in the Guangdong Museum of Arts (China) as well as in numerous private collections.

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    “The interaction between surrounding environment and each existing entity is undeniable. To visualize this actuality, ancient proverbs say “If near ink, you will be black; if near light, you will shine” or “Living inside a gourd things become round; living inside a tube things become elongated”. My paintings also reflect that content.”

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