Wednesday, July 27, 2005

Ly Hoang Ly performance at Flux Factory

Invited by Flux Factory, Ly Hoang Ly will have an improvisation performance on 28 July 2005. She will Co-operating with Vietnamese Oboe player, Do Kien Cuong.

The Show will start at 10 PM at

Flux Factory Inc.
3838 43rd Street.
Long Island City, NY 11101
USA


Tuesday, May 24, 2005

New York is inside Rodney's house

Not the same magnificent metropolis as I saw in my last two flashing trips, the New York through my arts residency is entirely inside the modest home of Rodney Dickson, an artist based in Brooklyn. Here I experience perhaps a true New York life. In my eyes, New York was no more a place of imposing skyscrapers, busy streets and crowded squares that sometimes make foreigners feel lost, but a tiny cozy place that is familiar. Here I discovered real materials from my everyday life. It was the life of a young mom dedicating herself to her first-born baby and breathing the pure air of the artist’s life...

CAVE GALLERY

58 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211

opening reception: Saturday June 4, at 7 Pm

Installation art works by

LY HOANG LY

The works in this open-studio show were produced while in Brooklyn, New York in frame of VIETNAM ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM which is funded by THE FORD FOUNDATION

Presentation at experimental painting class at Brooklyn Museum

Invited by Rodney Dickson, Ly Hoang Ly had have a visiting and speech to students at Experimental Painting class at Brooklyn Museum on 21 May 2005. Ly presented her works and contemporary art atmosphere of Hochiminh city.

This is a part of Ly's residence program at Cave Gallery.

Breads and Nails

Performance art works

FRIDAY, MAY 20TH, 630-9PM OPENING NIGHT PERFORMANCS WITH: Ly Hoang Ly, Patrick Watson, Amanda Nichols & Catherine Cedilot. Curator: Rodney Dickson
Since September 11th, the political climate in the USA has changed. A country that was known for it's love of freedom is now better known internationally for its' abuse of human rights - imprisoning suspects without trial - using torture. Once a peacekeeper, the U.S. is now generally regarded as being the biggest threat to world peace..


ASEAN art exhibition to mark AIDS meeting

Artists participating in the event include Chath Piersath from Cambodia, Ly Hoang Ly from Vietnam, Joselito Perez Legaspi from the Phillipines, Mella Jaarsma from Indonesia, Nadiah Bamadhaj from Malaysia and Joseph Ng from Singapore.

Vietnamese artists get set for three months in CAVE

Four artists � Dinh Cong Dat, Nguyen Thi Chau Giang, Pham Ngoc Duong, and Ly Hoang Ly � will participate in the Artist-in-Residency Programme organised by the CAVE Gallery in Brooklyn

Identities versus Globalization?

Ly Hoang Ly lives and works in Hanoi. Her aluminum trays create an image of monotony, which is seen as the routine for a traditional woman in Vietnam.

Monument of Round Trays

My monument can be seen as a depiction of the inner conflict that Vietnamese women struggle with during this time of modernisation and globalisation combining the potential for more personal choice with the pain of self-liberation.

Vietnam-US artists to open women�s exhibition

VietNamNet � An installation exhibition and performances by Ly Hoang Ly, a Vietnamese poet, painter and performance artist, and Anida Yoeu Esguerra, a Cambodian-American writer and performance artist, will be held in HCM City on December 19.

interview

Conceptual artist, painter, and poet Ly Hoang Ly is preparing to bring her exhibition combining performance and installation works, Mam (Food Tray), to Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Ly�s work has been viewed throughout Viet Nam, the Republic of Korea, Japan, Thailand and the United States and she will then take Mam to Bangkok and Berlin.
The only Vietnamese poet to participate in the University of Iowa�s prestigious International Writers Program, Viet Nam News caught up with the young artist following her show Pushing Through Borders which closed last month in HCM City.


�Life through the Lens�

In September 2004, the British Council will display these photos for the public with the help of Vietnamese artists Ngo Thai Uyen, Ly Hoang Ly and Nguyen Pham Trung Hau using ideas originating from the 60 participants.