(VOV) – An exhibition showcasing the work of renowned French artist Lolo Zazar will be held at Hanoi’s 88 Xuan Dieu Street from September 12 to October 12.
Each of the exhibition’s three floors will reflect a different aspect of Zazar’s diverse oeuvre.
The mezzanine floor—entitled “When Metal Dreams”—fuses stainless steel, mixed media, and light.
The third floor—”Rencontres”—combines stainless steel sculpture and traditional Vietnamese lacquer. Zazar welcomes viewers into another unexpected fusion of material and technique.
The fourth floor—”B-Tong” (KH CAT B TONG)—celebrates drilled and cut concrete. Hanoi’s history is engraved and emblazoned in the advertisements and phone numbers covering city walls. Zazar incorporates their trace into an exploration of humanity amidst nature and its wind, fire, water, and sun.
Zazar’s “Khoan Cat Be Tong” and “Unidentified Light Objects” were exhibited in Hanoi in May 2012 and April 2013 respectively.