03/04/2017 08:37 GMT+7 Email Print Like 0

A Space for Artists’ Creations

Located in Thao Dien ward, district 2, Ho Chi Minh City, the Factory Contemporary Arts Centre is the first of its type in Vietnam, where many artists can get motivated and assisted with their art.
Ho Chi Minh City has few arts centres, so the establishment of the Factory Contemporary Arts Centre supports the development of contemporary arts in Vietnam and gives a chance for discovery, work and exchange between artists and audiences.

Many large exhibitions and contemporary arts projects have been organised at the centre which impressed visitors. At the first exhibition, TechNoPhobe, by artists in Ho Chi Minh City, visitors were surprised by modern technology artworks, such as 3D printing and video holograms, audience-activated sound installations, smart phone apps, motion sensing video and animation.



The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre is the first of its type in Vietnam.

The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre attracts many people who are interested in the contemporary arts in Vietnam.

The arts centre has an impressive space with many cubes of different colours arranged carefully. 

Many unique artworks displayed at the centre. 


“Lac chon” (Dislocated) exhibition of Bui Cong Khanh displayed at the arts centre.

The arts centre gives an impressive artistic space to visitors and arts lovers. 

An office at the arts centre. 


Working space at the Factory Contemporary Arts Centre. 



A space for visitors to enjoy coffee and food at the Factory Contemporary Arts Centre. 

The Factory' staff is professional and enthusiastic. 


Visitors learn about the library of the Factory Contemporary Arts Centre. 

Relating to installation arts, exhibitions like “Nang bang phang” (Flat sunlight) by Lena Bui or “Lac chon” (Dislocated) of Bui Cong Khanh showcased at the centre also brought new and unique viewpoints about contemporary arts’ values.

The arts centre recently has organised many classes of watercolour painting and sketching, and calligraphy. There are also many conversations between artists and viewers which help people learn more about their favourite type of art.

Besides space for the arts, the centre also has a library and space for visitors to enjoy coffee and food.
Box: Covering more than 1,000m2, the Factory Contemporary Arts Centre is a new creative space with a display area, library, workshop and working space.

 

Story: Nguyen Vu Thanh Dat - Photos: Nguyen Luan