Tohoku no Tomodachi (friends of Tohoku) Art Fundraiser for Japan

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Bui Cong Khanh
Quarter of Culture
2009
ceramic vase
height: 44 cm; diameter: 20 cm
Tiffany Chung
34°15'5"N 131°17'58"E
2007 – 2011
oil, gel ink, micro pigment ink and collage on paper
4 panels: 29 x 29 cm each
Do Hoang Tuong
He
2004
oil on canvas
90 x 70 cm
Hoang Duong Cam
Untitled, no. 1
2011
acrylic on pin-hole photographs
36.8 x 60 cm
Hoang Duong Cam
Untitled, no. 2
2011
acrylic on pin-hole photographs
38 x 55 cm
Goh Ideta
Cube Ring
2005 – 2010
digital print on vellum
29.7 x 42 cm (set of 3)
Goh Ideta
Cube Ring
2005 – 2010
digital print on vellum
29.7 x 42 cm (set of 3)
Goh Ideta
Cube Ring
2005 – 2010
digital print on vellum
29.7 x 42 cm (set of 3)
Roslisham Ismail a.k.a. Ise
“Secret Affair” study drawings
2011
mixed media drawings on paper
21 × 29.7 cm
Roslisham Ismail a.k.a. Ise
“Secret Affair” study drawings
2011
mixed media drawings on paper
21 × 29.7 cm
Dinh Q. Le
Damaged Gene series
1998
knitted sweater, plexiglass box-frame display case
43 x 58.4 cm
Sandrine Llouquet
Untitled
2008
watercolor, pencil, Chinese ink and acrylic on paper
49.5 x 59.5 cm
Nguyen Tan Cuong
Injury
2010
oil and acrylic on canvas
140 x 120 cm
Nguyen Kim To Lan
six pieces (pornography): piece 1
2009
Chinese ink and gold metal leaf on do paper
45 x 32 cm
Nguyen Kim To Lan
six pieces (pornography): piece 2
2009
Chinese ink and gold metal leaf on do paper
45 x 32 cm
Nguyen Kim To Lan
six pieces (pornography): piece 4
2009
Chinese ink and gold metal leaf on do paper
45 x 32 cm
Nguyen Trung
Document
2008
acrylic, papier-mâché and oil stick on canvas
120 x 100 cm
Nguyen Duc Tu
Down to Freezing Point, no. 7
2008 – 2009
digital c-print, edition of 5 + 1 AP
40 x 218 cm
Sudsiri Pui-ock
Tea Pot
2010
drypoint print
19 x 15 cm
Mikuni Yanaihara
Space in Daily Life
2011
digital c-print
45.7 x 38 cm

SYNOPSIS

In response to the recent disasters that have struck Japan, seventeen artists from Vietnam as well as the international community have contributed artworks to raise money for Red Cross Japan.  These artworks, comprising various media including painting, drawing, installation, photo and video, will be shown in the exhibition “Tohoku no Tomodachi (Friends of Tohoku): Art Fundraiser for Japan,” organized by Tiffany Chung and Pamela Corey in collaboration with Galerie Quynh.  From April 15-29, works by this group of artists will be available for purchase (with prices ranging from US$300 to US$10,000) and 100% of proceeds from sales will go to Red Cross Japan.

Participating artists include Bùi Công Khánh (Vietnam), Tiffany Chung (Vietnam/USA), Đỗ Hoàng Tường (Vietnam), Hoàng Dương Cầm (Vietnam), Goh Ideta (Japan), Roslisham Ismail a.k.a. Ise (Malaysia), Đinh Q. Lê (Vietnam/USA), Sandrine Llouquet (Vietnam/France), Tea Mäkipää (Finland/Germany), Michikazu Matsune (Japan/Austria), Nguyễn Tấn Cương (Vietnam), Nguyễn Kim Tố Lan (Vietnam), Nguyễn Trung (Vietnam), Nguyễn Đức Tú (Vietnam), Sudsiri Pui-ock (Thailand), Keisuke Takahashi (Off-Nibroll, Japan) and Mikuni Yanaihara (Off-Nibroll, Japan)

In conjunction with the exhibition at the gallery, there will also be original creations by fashion designers Chương Đặng (Vietnam) and Chương Phạm (Vietnam/USA) available for sale at the gallery, from which all profits will be donated to Red Cross Japan.