Covering two floors and a patio, this Old Quarter art space has a few surprises to offer. Ceramic sculptures in the window give a sample of what is to come, their frog like stances uncannily mimicking early Max Ernst. As you walk in, a huge lacquer fresco by Nguyen Quang Duc assaults your gaze with its vast sweeping techniques. A massive ceramic wind chime by Nguyen Bao Toan beckons from above, with what appear to be dangling human figures. Further ceramic work covers much of the floor inside, while outside on the patio wall, Myself and the Number 49 pays tribute to Miro in cement relief and natural oxides. Call for open hours before you plan to make a visit.
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