Go Explore Vietnam Immersive Art Exhibition presents a selected collection of photography and videography artworks, featuring different destinations across Vietnam, to create an immersive art space, combined with diverse visual and sound effects such as lighting, experimental/electronic music, art performances (opening and closing date only), etc.
Surrounded by interactive images and Ultra High Definition (4k) videos shown in dark room with rich sounds, the space offers an amazing immersive and sensory experience in the realm of art and entertaining.
Massive displays shown from projectors combine artistic, informational and promotional content.
Travel to these immersive art experiences on view across the country.
Réhahn is one of the honoured guest artists participating in our upcoming Go Explore Vietnam Immersive Art Exhibition. He was ranked one of the top 10 portrait photographers in the world and the 2nd most popular French photographer on the internet, having been to over 35 countries and is currently living in Hoi An, Vietnam. Some of his most famous works are the ‘Hidden Smile’ photograph and the ‘Vietnam, Mosaic of Contrasts’ photo book, including 150 photographs inspired by his past 6-year long journey encountering 45 of the 54 ethnic groups of Vietnam. His works have been featured on Conde Nast Traveler, The Times, and National Geographic.
📷 Artist List:
Anna & Matt from Hostelgeeks.com
Pham Phu Nghia
Nguyen Tan Dung
Vu Nhat Tan
The 7 Exhibition Photos
The following 7 photos were part of the art exhibition.
Photos taken at the art exhibition
Hanoi, Capital of Vietnam
Here are our travel photos from Hanoi. We started our trip in the North and travelled all the way to the South. Whether you are backpacking Vietnam from the South to North or vice Versa, it does not make a big difference.
Best recommendation would be to check the weather and let it decide. We decided to go from cold to warmer weather. Here is our guide comparing the best hostels in Hanoi.
Kon Tum is a tiny city up the mountains. You may pass it when you decide to ride the Ho Chi Minh road. We stopped here.
It was wonderful.
No tourists, just a bustling local life.
The hotels were especially cheap and the quality high.
As a western traveler, the locals are amazed to see you. Not many tourists come here. In fact, we have not seen a single traveler soul in five days staying here.
Can Ram, Vietnam
A true gem, a hidden paradise. This is the place where we took really beautiful pictures of Vietnam!
We were stranded here by total accident. Coming from Nha Trang (We have an amazing best hostel guide for this city that you can check out), we ran out of time and light. The sun was going down. The motorbikes had no working lights on them. I was actually riding with a headlight around my head.
Funny enough, right?!
I only saw my iPhone screen and a tiny icon on Google Maps pointing: Accommodation.
This was our goal. We reached for it, arrived, and woke up 2 meters away from the ocean.
This is the magic of Vietnam. There is always something you can explore, and the best plan for Vietnam is not having any plan!
Da Lat, up the mountains, away from the warm, sandy beaches. Its creative soul is known and so is the majestic coffee plantations surrounding the city. This is a great place to visit for your Vietnam travel experience!
Here are our travel photos from Da Lat in Vietnam.
A must-do? Visit coffee shops. As many as you can.
Ho Chi Minh City (former Saigon)
While staying at The Common Room Project in Ho Chi Minh City, we explored the city.
The team at TCRP knows Saigon like the back of their hand. Thanks to their insider tips, we unboxed some hidden gems.