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Tran Van Thao
Yellow, no. 3
2014
oil, acrylic, and oil stick on canvas
70 x 90 cm
Tran Van Thao
Yellow, no. 2
2014
oil, acrylic, and oil stick on canvas
90 x 120 cm
Tran Van Thao
Yellow
2014
oil, acrylic, and oil stick on canvas
120 x 90 cm
Truc-Anh
Caravotel
2013 - 2014
offset print, edition of 5
120 x 45 x 45 cm
Truc-Anh
Drop
2014
metal, edition of 5
15 x 35 x 35 cm
Lien Truong
Nujood Ali
2013
acrylic on wood panel
45.6 x 35.6 cm
Nguyen Manh Hung
MiG-21 Couple Attack
2009
oil on canvas
100 x 100 cm
Nguyen Manh Hung
Clear for Take off
2014
acrylic on canvas
100 x 150 cm
Ha Manh Thang
The Wall in Hue Citadel
2013
acrylic, pencil and charcoal on paper
76 x 170 cm
Ha Manh Thang
Far in The North, no. 21
2013
acrylic, oil and charcoal on paper
32.5 x 43 cm
Lien Truong
Bomb Crater, Turkey
2011
oil on panel
28 x 35.5 cm
Lien Truong
Bomb Crater, Vietnam II
2012
oil on panel
28 x 35.5 cm
Tiffany Chung
snow covered paths, winter evergreens and defunct coal mines
2012 - 2013
micro pigment ink, gel ink, and oil on vellum and paper
110 x 70 cm
Tiffany Chung
Fjf Daiei
2006
paper collage
40 x 40 cm
Tiffany Chung
Simply Paper
2006
paper collage
40 x 40 cm
Sandrine Llouquet
Untitled
2013
pencil and ink on paper
36 x 26 cm
Sandrine Llouquet
The Holy Spittle
2013
pencil, watercolour, and Chinese ink on paper
36 x 26 cm
Sandrine Llouquet
Untitled
2013
pencil, watercolour, and ink on paper
26 x 36 cm

SYNOPSIS

Galerie Quynh is pleased to present “drop” – a group exhibition of work by Tiffany Chung, Ha Manh Thang, Sandrine Llouquet, Nguyen Manh Hung, Tran Van Thao, Truc-Anh and Lien Truong.

Featuring a number of new and recent works never before seen at the gallery, the exhibition brings together some of the gallery’s artists in unusual and unexpected encounters. Tran Van Thao presents a new series of joyful abstract paintings alongside mysterious and brooding sculptures of paper and metal by Truc-Anh. Nguyen Manh Hung unveils a new painting that humorously retells a familiar fable while Ha Manh Thang shows landscapes that raise ideas about monumentality and doubt. Tiffany Chung and Lien Truong exhibit poetic chronicles of traumatic topographies through different creative processes; and Sandrine Llouquet presents a suite of intriguing drawings incorporating the pharmaceutical product methylene blue.