Four Vietnamese contemporary artists have their work on exhibit at Art Stage Singapore 2015, which commenced in Singapore on January 22.

Do Hoang Tuong, Hoang Duong Cam, Phi Phi Oanh and Richard Streitmatter-Tran make their appearance in the Southeast Asia’s flagship art fair, a space to discover, experience, and understand contemporary art.

Among the many highlights of the fair is the Southeast Asia Platform by Singaporean curator Khim Ong. The 1,000 square metre show features artwork by 32 emerging and established artists from the region.

Khim Ong said Southeast Asia’s contemporary arts have drawn global attention in recent years, bringing the works of regional artists to the international stage and including mediums ranging from film, photography, performance and installations, she noted.

She also spoke highly of the Vietnamese contributions, notably Phi Phi Oanh’s installation works and Hoang Duong Cam’s photos.

Art Stage Singapore 2015 features 200 galleries from 29 countries and will run until January 25.

Apart from the Southeast Asia Platform, the fair introduces a number of art projects, including a Video Stage and special exhibits by artists from Russia, Malaysia, and the Republic of Korea.-VNA