Arist Phạm Huy Thông and the obsession about “disembodying”

The article about artist Phạm Huy Thông and his sculpture “Disembodying” on Dan Viet news paper, written by Mai Khanh Yen. The article only available in Vietnamese. To read Vietnamese version…

(Viet) Cất lên ‘tiếng nói’ về sức mạnh chữa lành và hàn gắn của nghệ thuật

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  “No one won the last war, and no one will win the next war.” – Eleanor Roosevelt   In June 1969, David Thomas, a young man from Portland, Maine (USA), bid farewell to his newlywed wife to join the ranks of 58,800 American troops participating in the Vietnam War. After over a year stationing […]

List of art works in the exhibition “David Thomas and Friends”

List of printmaking artwork in the series “Finding Parkinsons” by David Thomas 1 – Vô đề1. 2021. In kĩ thuật số. 20,3 x 20,3 cm 2 – Vô đề 2. 2021. In kĩ thuật số. 20,3 x 20,3 cm 3 – Vô đề 3 . 2021. In kĩ thuật số. 20,3 x 20,3 cm 4 – […]

Warped Promises: Gentle disturbances in Phạm Huy Thông’s surrealist painting

       “As soon as one promises not to do something, it becomes the one thing above all other that one most wishes to do.” -Georgette Heyer- A witness of one too many ironies in life, Phạm Huy Thông has always been aware of how the language of art can subtly “project” and “interpret” reality. This […]