The wealth of exhibitions in Saigon never ceases to fascinate. This city is teeming with quirky galleries and unforgettable exhibitions and this week is no exception. The art exhibition FoMO – Fear of Missing Out is possibly one of the most highly anticipated shows of the season. From this September to 1st November, the international artist and cultural phenomenon Darren Tynan takes over the Toong Minh Khai galleries with a brave, provocative and visionary work.
The Australian Darren Tynan is an interdisciplinary artist specialize in photography who explores serendipity as a generative device and embraces technical malfunction and failure as a mode of photographic archaeology and cultural criticism.
In his series Fear of Missing Out, the artist documents video compression errors using broadcasts from free-to-air Australian television channels. By intercepting broadcast signals, Tynan explores transmission glitches as a serendipitous phenomenon and as a creative tool in the photographic process. A project spanning two years, FoMO is a world punctuated by randomness, disintegration, and transmutation. FoMO – Fear of Missing Out is one exhibition you won’t want to miss so Grab a friend or fly solo and light up your week, we are sure you’ll be talking about it long after.
From September 20 to November 1, 2018
Opening Friday 28 September 2018 from 6 to 8 pm
Toong Minh Khai, 126 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, Ward 6, District 3, HCMC – Vietnam