The catalogue of the exhibition includes an essay by Natalja Kraevskaja about „A Shifting Platform with Traditional Accessoires – Views and Practice of Contemporary Women-Artists in Vietnam“. The art scholar, curator and founder of the legendary „Salon Natasha“, the first indipendent art space in Vietnam, highlights the specific features of each of the eight artists. In spite of the wide specter of attitudes, themes and aestetics, Natalja Kraevskaja finds a joint „femine touch“: The art works „are far from the masculine ideal of conquest, possession and power and are more about positioning self, transition of memories, repercussion and search of essence.“ A woman’s view, it seems, goes through the surface towards the deeper layers of reality.
The exhibition „A Woman’s View“ presents the following artists and their works:
All artists will attend the opening and present their art works, introduced by Suzanne Lecht.
As a closing event of the exhibition, there will be a Women’s Cinema night on 23rd March with short films by film makers of Hanoi DocLab, moderated by Nguyen Trinh Thi.
The catalogue will be available at the opening.
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