Oct 10 2016

Tiffany Chung featured in Art Asia Pacific

The September/October 2016 issue of Art Asia Pacific features an in-depth interview with Tiffany Chung conducted by AAP Associate Editor Sylvia Tsai. In this insightful interview, the artist discusses her various projects centering on humanitarian crises around the world and throughout history.

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Oct 03 2016

Truc-Anh – Vacuphilia at Varola Gallery, West Hollywood, CA, USA: October 6, 2016 – January 20, 2017

Organized by curator Pierre Lefort, Truc-Anh’s solo show Vacuphilia presents a selection of new works created by the artist while in residence at Werkartz Studio in Los Angeles last spring.

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Sep 28 2016

Nguyen Phuong Linh at Kuandu Biennale 2016, Taipei, Taiwan: September 30 – December 11, 2016

Revolving around the axis of ‘curating’, the Kuandu Biennale was inaugurated with the theme ‘Have a Dream’ in 2008, via ‘Plus’ (2010), ‘Artist in Wonderland’ (2012), ‘Recognition System’ (2014) to ‘Slaying Monsters’ this year.

The 2016 Kuandu Biennale has cordially invited ten pairs of artists and curators from Taiwan, China, South Korea, Indonesia, Australia, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam and Singapore to accomplish the great achievement of the Biennale with concerted efforts. They will collectively create a new myth of Asian contemporary civilization by ways of conflict, creation, transformation, breakout, adventure, and so forth.

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Sep 21 2016

Tiffany Chung at MoMA, New York, NY, USA: October 1, 2016 – January 22, 2017

Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter explores the ways in which contemporary architecture and design have addressed notions of shelter in light of global refugee emergencies.

Bringing together projects by architects, designers, and artists, working in a range of mediums and scales, that respond to the complex circumstances brought about by forced displacement, the exhibition focuses on conditions that disrupt conventional images of the built environment.

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Sep 15 2016

Tiffany Chung and Sandrine Llouquet at KENPOKU ART, Ibaraki prefecture, Japan: September 17 – November 20, 2016

Northern Ibaraki Prefecture, home to six regional cities and the venue for KENPOKU ART 2016, is a place of fascinating contrasts. Richly endowed with nature, the combination of scenic ocean and mountains lend it a truly unique atmosphere. Life is rooted in traditional culture and society, but the region, located just outside the metropolis of Tokyo, is close enough to feel the latest technology and culture.

KENPOKU ART 2016 is an international art festival that highlights the spirit of innovation in Ibaraki and focus on collaboration between art and cutting-edge science and technology while engaging in dialogue with nature. The organizers believe that it is art that makes the integration of nature, science and technology, and humanity possible; and only art can reveal a new vision for the future by bringing together diverse knowledge and creative minds, encouraging collaboration beyond individual fields of work and activities rooted in community, and imparting philosophical perspectives and the joy of living.

Artists showing at KENPOKU ART 2016 include Tiffany Chung, Sandrine Llouquet, Zadok Ben-David, Daniel Buren, Ilya & Emilia Kabakov, Tea Mäkipää, Sudsiri Pui-Ock, amongst others.

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Sep 08 2016

Tiffany Chung at the SMK, Copenhagen, Denmark: September 10 – November 6, 2016

The SMK focuses on refugees, borders, asylum seeking, displacement and migration this autumn, showing a three-part exhibition curated by CAMP/Center for Art on Migration Politics. Migration Politics: Three CAMP exhibitions at the SMK takes a critical look at the current situation for refugees and migrants. Using film, photography, sculpture, drawings and installations, a range of artists from Denmark and abroad – most of them hailing from migrant or refugee backgrounds – offer their perspective on the situation.

The exhibitions, including Tiffany Chung’s solo exhibition from the mountains to the valleys, from the deserts to the seas: journeys of historical uncertainties (originally shown at CAMP in 2015), will be supplemented by a range of activities such as talks, guided tours, performances, meetings and discussions that address issues and experiences related to the themes.

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Sep 08 2016

Tiffany Chung at Taipei Biennial 2016, Taiwan: September 10, 2016 – February 5, 2017

With contributions from more than eighty artists, the Taipei Biennial 2016 presents a rich, five-month long artistic program interweaving exhibitions, performances, screenings, symposiums, readings, conferences, and workshops in ongoing collaborations with various cultural and educational Taiwanese institutions.

Gestures and Archives of the Present, Genealogies of the Future aims to explore the museum’s catalytic role in navigating between knowledge systems and in the experience of trans-artistic practices and research in societal configurations that take into consideration cultural paradigm shifts. Treating the biennial as a matrix, an organic whole with its various forms, intensities, rhythms, and traces, it engages “performing the archives, performing the architecture, performing the retrospective” and the invention of narrative apparatuses and reflexive images in relation to artistic productions and practices of thought with a firm grip on historical conditions and realities, which play along with or resist realities to come, or whose advent is impossible.

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Sep 05 2016

Tran Van Thao and Nguyen Manh Hung at Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, Hanoi, Vietnam: September 21 – 28, 2016

30 years after the Doi Moi (Renovation) policies were implemented in 1986, Vietnam has recorded significant achievements in the processes of reconstructing and growing the country. In parallel with developments in other fields, a new generation of post-Doi Moi artists have taken steps in creating a vibrant and dynamic contemporary art scene for the country, as well as in integrating into global and regional communities.

Organized by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, in collaboration with the Department of Fine Arts, Photography and Exhibition, the exhibition Mo Cua – 30 Years of Fine Art after Doi Moi showcases artworks by 50 Vietnamese artists working in a range of mediums and expressions, reflecting the multitudes of changes that have unfolded in Vietnam’s contemporary art scene and beyond since 1986.

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Sep 05 2016

Christine Nguyen at New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, US: September 8 – December 21, 2016

GEOMAGIC: Art, Science and the Zuhl Collection is an interdisciplinary exhibition that creates a visual laboratory and educational space unifying contemporary visual art, geology, and other natural sciences into a hypothetical space. GEOMAGIC creates a platform to explore ontological responses to spirituality, technology, and anthropogenic geological concerns of preservation in relation to the natural environment.

The exhibition pairs works from the Zuhl collection, a Wunderkammer-like collection of over 1,800 specimens of petrified wood, fossils and minerals on the campus of New Mexico State University, with contemporary artists, who within their practice, utilize various mediums that resemble, echo, and mimic the geological to explore our ever-evolving scientific and technological landscape.

Featured artists include Christine Gray, Jason Middlebrook, Megan Harrison, Amy Brener, Laura Moriarty, Katie Paterson, Emily Nachison, Christine Nguyen, Andrew Yang and Ryan Thompson.

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Aug 31 2016

Nguyen Manh Hung at Jeonbuk Museum of Art, Jeonbuk, South Korea: September 2 – November 27, 2016

Nguyen Manh Hung’s ambitious installation The Barricade (2013) is currently featured in ASIA YOUNG 36, an exhibition organized by Jeonbuk Museum of Art.

Aspiring to shed light on various social issues of relevance to today’s Asia, ASIA YOUNG brings together 36 young contemporary artists from 14 Asian countries and of various disciplines. Amongst these are Chang Yoong Chia (Malaysia), Nge Lay (Myanmar), Kumpei Miyata (Japan), Sheelasha Rajbhandari (Nepal), Wukir Suryadi (Indonesia), and Enkhbold Togmidshiirev (Mongolia).

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