Vietnamese painter holds solo exhibit in France

Greater than 30 oil paints by Thuy Nguyen will certainly be displayed in France at a solo exhibition called “Drifting In The Nothingness” from September 24 to December 31.
The works are inspired by her father, a MIG-21 pilot, and also a book by Indian mystic Osho called “My Means: The Way of the White Clouds.”

The musician has incorporated her oil paint technique with needlework and handmade beading to create over 30 paints that show the trip of clouds– how they are created.

She makes use of only two colors – red and also black – to express the light-dark contrast, the drifting state of the clouds and also the interaction of the sunlight, wind and also clouds, which create different shapes and colors in the sky.

The paintings, drawn from the perspective of watching out of an aircraft home window, resemble a diary of Thuy Nguyen’s sights. She sees herself as having several resemblances with the clouds: regularly changing and also returning and also forth across lots of places.

She picked the Chateau La Coste, a winery as well as art center in France, as the venue for her event.

Many world-renowned musicians have shown below, including Louise Bourgeois, Alexander Carder, Ai Wei Wei, Damien Hirst, Tracy Emin, Tadao Ando, Renzo Piano, and Richard Rogers.

Thuy Nguyen was born in Hanoi in 1981. She finished from the Vietnam University of Fine Arts as well as holds a doctorate level from Ukraine’s National Academy of Visual Arts and Design.

She has 20 years of experience in painting on a selection of mediums. She started Ho Chi Minh City’s The Factory Contemporary Art Facility in 2016 with the goal of linking the neighborhood of artists, designers and also other imaginative people.

Forbes magazine named her among the “50 most powerful ladies in Vietnam in 2019.”