Revealed Concealed: Altered Icons

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Hoang Duong Cam
Volodya 1886 – 2011
2012
digital c-print (edition of 5)
70 x 60 cm
Hoang Duong Cam
Prelude in D minor Op 28 No 24
2012
digital c-print (edition of 3)
95 x 135.5 cm
Ha Manh Thang
Hanoi Landscape No. 8
2011
acrylic on canvas
55 x 150 cm
Ha Manh Thang
Saigon Landscape No. 4
2010
acrylic on canvas
140 x 230 cm
Ha Manh Thang
Hue Citadel Landscape No. 2
2011
acrylic on canvas
70 x 174.5 cm
Truc-Anh
Pervs
2011
pencil on canvas
160 x 130 cm
Truc-Anh
Stardust
2011
oil on canvas
162 x 130 cm
Truc-Anh
Powder and snow: The one who cries empty
2012
graphite on paper in artist’s frame
38.5 x 44.8 cm
Lien Truong
The Terminator
2009
oil and wax on panel
40.6 x 40.6 cm
Lien Truong
East-West no. 1
2009
oil and wax on panel
40.6 x 40.6 cm
Tuan Andrew Nguyen
Enemy's Enemy: A Monument to a Monument
2012
wood
86.36 cm tall x 6.5 cm diameter
edition of 5
Tuan Andrew Nguyen
Enemy's Enemy: A Monument to a Monument
(detail)
Tuan Andrew Nguyen
Enemy's Enemy: A Monument to a Monument
(detail)

SYNOPSIS

Galerie Quynh is pleased to present REVEALED CONCEALED: ALTERED ICONS, an exhibition featuring new and recent work by Ha Manh Thang (born 1980), Hoang Duong Cam (born 1974), Tuan Andrew Nguyen (born 1976), Truc-Anh (born 1983) and Lien Truong (born 1973). Through surprising depictions of historical and contemporary figures and structures, the works in this exhibition reveal and/or conceal the shifting power, symbolism and representation of these real and fictional icons, touching on ideas of desire, truth and identity.