VO TRAN CHAU

About

Vo Tran Chau

Born 1986 in Binh Thuan, Vietnam.

Lives and works in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam.

Email: tranchauvo86@gmail.com

Website: www.votranchau.com

Born to a family of traditional embroiderers, she understands the languages of threads and fabrics, and chooses textile, particularly found fabrics and second-hand clothing, as materials for her artistic practice. When Vo uses used fabrics in her work, the provenance of the fabrics is the matter and strongly connected to the subject that she addresses. By deploying these materials which retain personal history, Vo portrays how strongly personal history reflects on the grand historical narrative of nation states and society.

 

Education:

2011: Graduated from Ho Chi Minh Fine Art University, Vietnam

 

Selected solo exhibitions:

2020:

“Leaf Picking in the Ancient Forest”, The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

2019:

“Let Clouds Fly Away”, Culture Space Yang, Jeju, Korea

2017:

“Lingering at the Peculiar Pavilion”, Manzi Art Space, Hanoi, Vietnam;

Traveled to Salon Saigon, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

 

Group exhibitions:

2020:

“Dreaming about Landscapes”, Mo Art Space, Hanoi, Vietnam

“Extended Realities”, Manzi Art Space, Hanoi, Vietnam

“Lunar Breccia”, Galerie Quynh, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

2019:

“Where The Sea Remembers”, The Mistake Room, Los Angeles, CA, USA

“Unfolding: Fabric of Our Life”, Centre for Heritage, Art & Textile (CHAT)/MILL6, Hong Kong

2018:

Bodies Survey(ed)”, San-art, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

2017:

“The Foliage”, Vincom Center for Contemporary Art (VCCA), Ha Noi, Vietnam

2016:

“Suzhou Documents: Histories of a Global Hub”, Suzhou Art Museum, Suzhou, China

“Still (the) Barbarians”, EVA International: Ireland’s Biennial of Contemporary Art, Limerick, Ireland

2015:

“Tracing”, San Art, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

“March: Art walk”, Sao La, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

“Black Fog”, Nha San Collective, Hanoi, Vietnam

2014:

“Petit and Smooth”, Nha San Studio, Hanoi, Vietnam

2011:

“Born from the land”, San Art, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

2010:

“My sister”, San Art, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

“Bolero”, Zero Station, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam.

 

Grants and Residencies:

2019:

Culture Space Yang, Jeju-do, Korea

2015: 

San-art Laboratory, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

2011:

Danish Vietnamese Cultural Development and Exchange Fund (CDEF) for “Born from the Land”

 

Selected Bibliography:

2020:

“Nghệ sĩ Võ Trân Châu: Sáng tác nghệ thuật từ chất liệu vải”, Vui sống mỗi ngày, VTV3, June 2020

“Nhặt Lá Rừng Xưa-Bảo vệ môi trường bằng nghệ thuật mosaic”, Netviet Story, VTC10, June 2020

Van Bay, “Hoạ sĩ Võ Trân Châu và triển lãm “khủng” từ…quần áo cũ”, thethaovanhoa.vn, June 2020

Doan Truc, “Võ Trân Châu bảo vệ môi trường bằng nghệ thuật”, elle.vn, April 2020

Thanh Vinh, “Những chiếc lá có nhiều câu chuyện kể…”, Nhân Dân cuối tuần newspaper, April 2020

Mai Thuy, “Ân tình với những điều quí giá bị đánh mất”, Tuoi Tre newspaper, February 2020

An Vu, “Làm nghệ thuật từ sự chân thật”, Tinh Hoa Việt newspaper, February 2020

Nhuan Dong, “An Artist’s Role in Debate at Vo Tran Chau’s Solo Exhibition on Heritage”, saigoneer.com

2019:

Karine Monié, “Vietnamese Contemporary Art Arrives in Lost Angeles,” designanthologymag.com

Viet Quynh, “Nghệ sỹ Võ Trân Châu: Kể các câu chuyện lịch sử theo cách riêng”, Dai Doan Ket newspaper, December 2019

2018:

Damon Francois, “La symbolique dans l’art vietnamien contemporain,” Libres d’écrire

2017:

“Contemporary Art of Vietnam – A Private Collection,” catalogue, Salon Saigon

Thien Di, “Neo lại kỳ lâu, góc nhìn xoáy vào truyền thống giả hiệu,” Elle Man, April 2017

“Artist-portfolio: Thả trôi mình với đường kim mũi chỉ,” Barcode Magazine, August 2017

Ngo Ha, “Nghệ sĩ thị giác Võ Trân Châu – Nghệ thuật soi mình vào quá khứ,” Elle Vietnam, April 2017

Mai Anh, “Nghệ sỹ Võ Trân Châu: Những góc nhìn khắc khoải về phận người,” An Ninh Thu Do, March 2017

2016:

“Catalogue of “Still (the) Barbarians,” exhibition catalogue, EVA International Ireland’s Biennial, Limerick, Ireland

Eastham Ben, “Koyo Kouoh’s Ambitious EVA International Bridges the Gap between Europe and Africa,” Artsy.net, April 2016

2012:

Nguyen Dinh, “Võ Thị Trân Châu – Cô gái phá cách,” Sai Gon Tiep Thi, March 2012

 

Collections:

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney, Australia

Salon Saigon, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

 

 

 

airVo Tran Chau

Born 1986 in Binh Thuan, Vietnam.

Lives and works in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam.

Email: tranchauvo86@gmail.com

Website: www.votranchau.com

Born to a family of traditional embroiderers, she understands the languages of threads and fabrics, and chooses textile, particularly found fabrics and second-hand clothing, as materials for her artistic practice. When Vo uses used fabrics in her work, the provenance of the fabrics is the matter and strongly connected to the subject that she addresses. By deploying these materials which retain personal history, Vo portrays how strongly personal history reflects on the grand historical narrative of nation states and society.

 

Education:

2011: Graduated from Ho Chi Minh Fine Art University, Vietnam

 

Selected solo exhibitions:

2020:

The Factory Contemporary Arts Center, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam (upcoming)

2019:

Culture Space Yang, Jeju, Korea (upcoming)

2017:

“Lingering at the Peculiar Pavilion”, Manzi Art Space, Hanoi, Vietnam; traveled to Salon Saigon, Ho Chi Minh city

 

Group exhibitions:

2019:

“Where The Sea Remembers”, The Mistake Room, Los Angles, CA, USA

“Unfolding: Fabric of Our Life”, Centre for Heritage, Art & Textile (CHAT)/MILL6, Hong Kong

“S.E.A Focus”, Gillman Barracks, Singapore

2018:

Bodies Survey(ed)”, San-art, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

2017:

“The Foliage”, Vincom Center for Contemporary Art (VCCA), Ha Noi, Vietnam

2016:

“Suzhou Documents: Histories of a Global Hub”, Suzhou Art Museum, Suzhou, China

“Still (the) Barbarians”, EVA International: Ireland’s Biennial of Contemporary Art, Limerick, Ireland

2015:

“Tracing”, San Art, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

“March: Art walk”, Sao La, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

“Black fog”, Nha San Collective, Hanoi, Vietnam

2014:

“Petit and Smooth”, Nha San Studio, Hanoi, Vietnam

2011:

“Born from the land”, San Art, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

2010:

“My sister”, San Art, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

“Bolero”, Zero Station, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam.

 

Grants and Residencies:

2015: 

San-art Laboratory, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

2011:

Danish Vietnamese Cultural Development and Exchange Fund (CDEF) for “Born from the Land”

 

Selected Bibliography:

2018:

Damon Francois, “La symbolique dans l’art vietnamien contemporain,” Libres d’écrire, 2018

2017:

“Contemporary Art of Vietnam – A Private Collection,” catalogue, Salon Saigon

 

Thien, Di, “Neo lại kỳ lâu, góc nhìn xoáy vào truyền thống giả hiệu,” Elle Man

“Artist-portfolio: Thả trôi mình với đường kim mũi chỉ,” Barcode Magazine, August 2017

 

Ngo Ha, “Nghệ sĩ thị giác Võ Trân Châu – Nghệ thuật soi mình vào quá khứ,” Elle Vietnam, April 2017

 

Mai Anh, “Nghệ sỹ Võ Trân Châu: Những góc nhìn khắc khoải về phận người,” An Ninh Thu Do, March 2017

 

2016:

 

“Catalogue of “Still (the) Barbarians,” exhibition catalogue, EVA International Ireland’s Biennial, Limerick, Ireland

 

Eastham Ben, “Koyo Kouoh’s Ambitious EVA International Bridges the Gap between Europe and Africa,” Artsy.net, April 2016

 

2012:

 

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Vo Tran Chau

Born 1986 in Binh Thuan, Vietnam.

Lives and works in Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam.

Email: tranchauvo86@gmail.com

Website: www.votranchau.com

Born to a family of traditional embroiderers, she understands the languages of threads and fabrics, and chooses textile, particularly found fabrics and second-hand clothing, as materials for her artistic practice. When Vo uses used fabrics in her work, the provenance of the fabrics is the matter and strongly connected to the subject that she addresses. By deploying these materials which retain personal history, Vo portrays how strongly personal history reflects on the grand historical narrative of nation states and society.

 

Education:

2011: Graduated from Ho Chi Minh Fine Art University, Vietnam

 

Selected solo exhibitions:

2020:

The Factory Contemporary Arts Center, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam (upcoming)

2019:

Culture Space Yang, Jeju, Korea (upcoming)

2017:

“Lingering at the Peculiar Pavilion”, Manzi Art Space, Hanoi, Vietnam; traveled to Salon Saigon, Ho Chi Minh city

 

Group exhibitions:

2019:

“Where The Sea Remembers”, The Mistake Room, Los Angles, CA, USA

“Unfolding: Fabric of Our Life”, Centre for Heritage, Art & Textile (CHAT)/MILL6, Hong Kong

“S.E.A Focus”, Gillman Barracks, Singapore

2018:

Bodies Survey(ed)”, San-art, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

2017:

“The Foliage”, Vincom Center for Contemporary Art (VCCA), Ha Noi, Vietnam

2016:

“Suzhou Documents: Histories of a Global Hub”, Suzhou Art Museum, Suzhou, China

“Still (the) Barbarians”, EVA International: Ireland’s Biennial of Contemporary Art, Limerick, Ireland

2015:

“Tracing”, San Art, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

“March: Art walk”, Sao La, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

“Black fog”, Nha San Collective, Hanoi, Vietnam

2014:

“Petit and Smooth”, Nha San Studio, Hanoi, Vietnam

2011:

“Born from the land”, San Art, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

2010:

“My sister”, San Art, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

“Bolero”, Zero Station, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam.

 

Grants and Residencies:

2015: 

San-art Laboratory, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

2011:

Danish Vietnamese Cultural Development and Exchange Fund (CDEF) for “Born from the Land”

 

Selected Bibliography:

2018:

Damon Francois, “La symbolique dans l’art vietnamien contemporain,” Libres d’écrire, 2018

2017:

“Contemporary Art of Vietnam – A Private Collection,” catalogue, Salon Saigon

 

Thien, Di, “Neo lại kỳ lâu, góc nhìn xoáy vào truyền thống giả hiệu,” Elle Man

“Artist-portfolio: Thả trôi mình với đường kim mũi chỉ,” Barcode Magazine, August 2017

 

Ngo Ha, “Nghệ sĩ thị giác Võ Trân Châu – Nghệ thuật soi mình vào quá khứ,” Elle Vietnam, April 2017

 

Mai Anh, “Nghệ sỹ Võ Trân Châu: Những góc nhìn khắc khoải về phận người,” An Ninh Thu Do, March 2017

 

2016:

 

“Catalogue of “Still (the) Barbarians,” exhibition catalogue, EVA International Ireland’s Biennial, Limerick, Ireland

 

Eastham Ben, “Koyo Kouoh’s Ambitious EVA International Bridges the Gap between Europe and Africa,” Artsy.net, April 2016

 

2012:

 

Nguyen Dinh, “Võ Thị Trân Châu – Cô gái phá cách,” Sai Gon Tiep Thi, March 2012

 

Collections:

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney, Australia

Salon Saigon, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

 

 

 

yen Dinh, “Võ Thị Trân Châu – Cô gái phá cách,” Sai Gon Tiep Thi, March 2012

 

Collections:

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney, Australia

Salon Saigon, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam

 

 

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