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Stand: B.03


Since 2001, 10 Chancery Lane Gallery has explored both emerging and historically important movements in art in the Asia Pacific region. The gallery is committed to playing a major role in documenting the development of art in the Asia Pacific by consistently holding survey exhibitions, by country or theme, of both emerging and mid-career artists, talks and forums, and by publishing books that bring together the individual historical contexts of the artists with the development of the arts in Asia.
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Exhibiting artist(s)

  • Artist Cong Khanh Bui
    Title Northern Heritage
    Copyright To the artist and 10 Chancery Lane Gallery
    Technic Hand-carved Jackfruit Wood
    Sizes 210 x 189 x 5 cm
    Date 2018


Artist: B.03

Exhibiting artist:

Cong Khanh Bui

Vietnamese artist Bùi Công Khánh’s solo project Porcelain Medals and Jackfruit Wood Grenades: The American War in Vietnam, curated by Iola Lenzi. Ended in 1975, the Vietnam war was reaching far beyond Asia, it defined Cold-War geopolitics of the second half of the 20th century. The conflict has frequently been examined from a non-Vietnamese perspective, and in Vietnam the war’s official evaluation is coloured by national ideology. Bùi Công Khánh was born and grew up in Danang, and his father was called-up by the South Vietnamese Army. Being from Central Vietnam, Khánh endorses neither the north’s nor south’s wartime position, and rather has a pan-Vietnam lens on continuing tensions between north and south.
Bùi Công Khánh examined this topic with monumental and exquisite works in porcelain and intricately carved jackfruit wood.


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