Bold. Art. exhibition in Vietnam


Photo: courtesy of Saigon House

The latest opening night of our exhibition Bold. Art. exhibition took place on Friday 15 July 2016
at Saigon House in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and is open to the public between 16-21 July 2016 on the 2nd floor at Saigon House – 77 Nguyen Hue Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Photo courtesy of Saigon House
Photo: courtesy of Saigon House

As in previous locations it showcases 12 art pieces from six artists from six different countries and explores the theme “Asian Contemporary Art: Rooted in the Past, Looking into the Future”.

Photo: courtesy of Saigon House
Photo: courtesy of Saigon House

The artists interpreted this theme through their own cultural and personal point of view producing art pieces that are made from the main materials that we use in plumbing fixtures and faucet products.

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In conjunction with the Bold. Art exhibition, Kohler Vietnam has recently held a “Vietnamese Pattern Design Contest” for professional artists to create unique Vietnamese patterns for our vessels. The winners were announced during the Bold. Art. opening night.

Photo: courtesy of Saigon House
Photo: courtesy of Saigon House
Winning designs

Vienamese artist Nguyen Ngoc Lam, Angel Yang, vice president and general manager, K&B Southeast Asia and Australasia, and Peter Oesch, director marketing communications, K&B ASPAC, let through the animated press conference.

Nguyen Ngoc Lam
Angel Yang, Peter Oesch
Angel Yang and Peter Oesch

To see more pictures, please visit SCVcamera and SaigonHouse.

FBNC reported on the press conference (in Vietnamese):



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