Inspired by the desire to narrow the gap between contemporary art with the general public, as well as connecting artists, the exhibition is part of a bigger community art project with the same title hosted at four different spaces: Sao La, Lê Công Kiều Station, Freeland coffee shop and art studio Nguyễn Công Trứ. Located in remained colonial architectures by Ben Thanh market of the former Eastern Pearl, four spaces by chance gather in the heart of Saigon to form a small circle of art that at the same time blends and contradicts to the surrounding shopping centers.
Like a reunion, thirty artists from different generations get together in March: Art Walk with a group exhibition at four spaces as the main program of this project. The exhibition contains various kinds of artworks, from painting, photography, sculpture to installation, video, performance, experimental music and multimedia. Beside various presentations, the artworks also carry personal messages, subjective statements about various social issues, or strong yet interesting personalities of the artists. They, like beautiful colors of life, all harmonize with each other in embellishing a colorful painting of spring.
Along with the art exhibition, other activities including workshops, artist talks, film screenings and even interactive performances will be organised regularly during the project. This is also a chance for the general public to approach contemporary art which is still very new in Vietnam, especially young practices. All activities of this project are free of charge.