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Nguyen Minh Quang

NGUYEN MINH QUANG

 

— BIOGRAPHY —

 

1972   Born in Hanoi, Vietnam

1999   BA, Hanoi University of Industrial Fine Arts

2007   MFA, Vietnam University of Fine Arts

            Member of Vietnam Fine Arts Association

            Lecturer at Ho Chi Minh City University of Fine Arts

Lives and works in Ho Chi Minh City

 

— SOLO EXHIBITIONS —

 

2016               The Way Out Is In, Dong Phong Gallery, Hanoi

2010               Obsessive the Fourth Dimension, Tu Do Gallery, Ho Chi Minh City

2007               Face, Dong Phong Gallery, Hanoi

2006               Chair, Dong Phong Gallery, Hanoi

2002               Water, Hanoi Studio Gallery, Hanoi

 

 

— GROUP EXHIBITIONS —

 

2017               Hanoi Studio Gallery’s 20th Anniversary Exhibition: “Listen, Watch & Tell”, Exhibition Hall 29 Hang Bai, Hanoi

2010               Lacquer painting group exhibition, Tu Do Gallery, Ho Chi Minh City

Sai Gon Lacquer, Ho Chi Minh City University of Fine Arts

2009               Group exhibition, Vietnam Cultural Center, France

Five Angles Of View, Thanh Binh Gallery, Hanoi

2006               Hanoi Lacquer, Hilton Hanoi Opera, Hanoi

                        National Lacquer Exhibition – APEC Conference Celebration

2003               Dan, Mai Gallery, Hanoi

2002               Seoul International Art Festival, Korea

                        Vietnam - ASEAN Fine Arts Exhibition

                        S.E.A, Vietnam Fine Arts University, Hanoi

2001               Vietnam - Norway Contemporary Art Exhibition, Hanoi

2000               National Fine Arts Exhibition

                        Group exhibition, Oslo International Museum Center, Norway

                        Group exhibition, Forest Museum, Switzerland

1999               Life, CEAE Centre, Hanoi

 

 

— AWARDS —

 

2002               Vietnam - ASEAN Fine Arts Exhibition Awards

2000               Third Prize - Bronze Medal, National Fine Arts Exhibition