26 JUNE - 8 JULY
HAMPSTEAD ART SOCIETY
Hampstead Art Society’s Annual Summer Exhibition returns on June 26th - featuring an exciting collection of British and international works selected from the most expansive Open Call to date. Opening soon in the heart of Mayfair at D Contemporary Gallery, the curated group exhibition comprises 70 works, including the final selection that was chosen from a record breaking year for artist submissions.
28 MARCH - 6 APRIL 2023
PHUONG BINH | THANH CHUONG | NGUYEN MINH SON | HOANG DUC DZUNG | BUI TIEN TUAN | THANH NGUYEN
The Embassy of Vietnam and the Mayfair-based art gallery, D Contemporary, announce 'Colours of the Motherland', a group exhibition to commemorate the 50th anniversary of UK/Vietnam diplomatic relations. The exhibition, which runs from 28th March to 6th April, is part of a larger cultural event supported by the Embassy and combines a range of styles by contemporary artists, ranging from traditional, highly intricate lacquer and silk works to free-flowing figurative and representational pieces.
8 - 26 NOVEMBER 2022
D Contemporary is pleased to announce Created in Conflict, a solo exhibition of photographic works by Adam Dobby. A former 22nd Special Air Service who put down the rifle and picked up the camera, brings together haunting visual stories from the impact of Russia’s war on Ukraine
At a time when we consume thousands of images daily that objectifying, distancing, and othering the aftermath of war, these pictures arrest the eye reporting on the effects of violence on people’s everyday lives caught up in the whirlwind of history.
29 MARCH - 8 APRIL 2022
XEO CHU: BIG WORLD SEEN FROM LITTLE EYES
D Contemporary, in partnership with the Embassy of Vietnam, Strategy International and Clipper Round the World Yacht Race, are pleased to announce our upcoming exhibition Xeo Chu: Big World Seen From Little Eyes.
This exhibition explores Xeo Chu’s past decade of his childhood growing up not just as a child, but also as an aspiring young artist recognised worldwide. His work is also regarded as a personal diary, giving us an insight into the everyday life of a young Vietnamese artist