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ZeroStation

Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam

ZeroStation is a complex including a studio/space for exhibitions and a small room with two beds for artists who participate in ZeroStation's art residency programme. The main mission of ZeroStation is to create more opportunities for dialogue, thinking and working between young artists in Ho Chi Minh City and beyond. ZeroStation is also looking for opportunities to collaborate with other artists, curators and independent art spaces around the world.

ZeroStation is now managed by a group of artists and curators led by art critic, curator and visual artist Nguyen Nhu Huy, who recently became co-curator of Singapore Biennale 2013. Nguyen Nhu Huy is also an author and co-editor (with Sarah Le) of the book "Essays on Modern and Contemporary Vietnamese Art", which was published by Singapore Art Museum in 2009 and is the first and only anthology of Vietnamese contemporary art in English.

ZeroStation is a complex including a studio/space for exhibitions and a small room with two beds for artists who participate in ZeroStation's art residency programme. The main mission of ZeroStation is to create more opportunities for dialogue, thinking and working between young artists in Ho Chi Minh City and beyond. ZeroStation is also looking for opportunities to collaborate with other artists, curators and independent art spaces around the world.

ZeroStation is now managed by a group of artists and curators led by art critic, curator and visual artist Nguyen Nhu Huy, who recently became co-curator of Singapore Biennale 2013. Nguyen Nhu Huy is also an author and co-editor (with Sarah Le) of the book "Essays on Modern and Contemporary Vietnamese Art", which was published by Singapore Art Museum in 2009 and is the first and only anthology of Vietnamese contemporary art in English.

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