From February 9 through May 9, 2018, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum will present the first comprehensive survey in the United States of work by Danish artist Danh Vo (b. 1975, Bà Ria, Vietnam). Danh Vo: Take My Breath Away will offer an illuminating overview of Vo’s production from the past 15 years, including several […]
The Hugo Boss Prize 2012: Danh Vo
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
March 15–May 27, 2013
An exhibition of the work of artist Danh Vo winner of the Hugo Boss Prize 2012, will be on view at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, March 15–May 27, 2013. Vo, whose work illuminates the entwined strands of private experience and collective history that shape our sense of self, is the ninth artist to win the prestigious biennial award, established in 1996 by HUGO BOSS and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation.
Danh Vo – Chung ga opla (Eggs sunny side up)
Villa Medici, Rome
11 January – 10 February 2013
The solo exhibition of Danh Vo – Chung ga opla at Villa Medici from 11 January to 10 February 2013 – is the second in a series of exhibitions focusing on the theme of Academia curated by Alessandro Rabottini.
Two Kunsthaus Bregenz exhibitions have been listed under “Best of 2012” in the current number of America’s most important art journal Artforum: For Lynne Cooke the Yvonne Rainer show was one of the year’s major exhibitions worldwide, and Eungie Joo judged Danh Vo at the Kunsthaus Bregenz as one of the Top 10 exhibitions internationally.
The Hugo Boss Prize 2012 has been awarded to Danh Vo, announced Richard Armstrong, Director, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation, and Claus-Dietrich Lahrs, Chairman and CEO, HUGO BOSS AG. Vo is the ninth artist to receive the biennial honor that was established in 1996 to recognize significant achievement in contemporary art. The prize carries […]
10-04 — 24-06-2012
For the KUB Billboards Danh Võ selected found images from the history of Vietnam and arranged them in pairs.
On the one hand, there are photos of intimate situations among Vietnamese men taken in the 1960s by Joseph Carrier while working as an economist for the RAND Corporation; on the other, illustrations of martyrs in Vietnam who underwent torture and execution for their faith.