CHARLIE DUTTON GALLERY
1a Princeton Street, London WC1R 4AX
www.charlieduttongallery.com


 

 

THE FESTIVAL OF INDEPENDENTS

 

your are invited to the

Publication Launch Party

Thursday 12th September 6-9pm

 

New Zero Art Space
(Yangon, Myanmar)

Make Maek
(Battambang Cambodia)

Trotchaek Pneik
(Phnom Penh and Battambang, Cambodia)

eNAME
(Hanoi, Vietnam)

flyingbay
(Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)

Zero Station
(Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)

 

 

9 Days, 9 Installations

 

Day 1: 2/9/13
eNAME
:Phi Long (artist)

Day 2: 3/9/13
eNAME: Vuong Bich Ngoc (founder)

Day 3: 4/9/13
Zero Station: Nguyen Nhu Huy (founder)

Day 4: 5/9/13
flyingbay: Tran Minh Duc (founder and artist), nhocdenthui (artist)
Truong Cong Tung (artist)

Day 5: 6/9/13
flyingbay: Nguyen Kim To Lan (artist), Liar Ben (artist)

Day 6: 7/9/13
New Zero Art Space
: Khin Thethhtar Latt @Nora (artist)

Day 7: 9/9/13
New Zero Art Space
: Yadanar Win(artist)

Day 8: 10/9/13:
Make Maek: Mao Soviet (founder and artist)

Day 9: 11/9/13:
Trotchaek Pneik: REAKSMEY Yean(founder and artist)

 



The Festival of Independents is a celebration of these independent artist-run spaces which are run by Cambodian, Myanmar and Vietnamese nationals. Through a nine-day rolling performance, Charlie Dutton Gallery will be transformed into nine different installations which were conceptualised and communicated to the gallery via email, fax or surface mail by these artist-run spaces and their associated artists. These installations will offer visitors an unmediated insight into current grass roots thinking and visual art practice in each country.


The Festival of Independents is a collaboration between these artist-run spaces, Charlie Dutton Gallery and Project ‘petit a’. The aim is to highlight how these nationals are working to develop a contemporary scene of artists, creating art that is connected to the cultural traditions and their personal history of growing, living and working in Cambodia, Myanmar or Vietnam.

 

DAY 2

'The Kitchen'
eNAME: Vuong Bich Ngoc (founder)

 


A final publication documenting the communications and the installations will be released in a private view closing ceremony on Thursday 12th of September 2013 from 6 – 9pm.

You can pre-order and view copy online on Wednesday 11th of September.

 

Wall Street Internationl

Project 'petit a'