Biography

JUN NGUYEN-HATSUSHIBA

Born: Tokyo, Japan 1968
Lives: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba was born in Tokyo to a Vietnamese father and a Japanese mother. Growing up and being educated in Japan and the USA, he earned his BFA from the School of Art Institute of Chicago in 1992 and then his MFA in the Maryland Institute, College of Art in 1994. Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, after 18 years of working in Vietnam is now residing and creating artworks in Houston, Texas.

For almost 20 years of working as a global artist, his works can be seen as culminations of memorial projects. In 2001, with his first underwater film project, Memorial Project Nha Trang, Vietnam: Towards the Complex – For the Courageous, the Curious and the Cowards shown at the 1st Yokohama Triennial, the artist comes into recognition in the international contemporary art world. Since then he has been commissioned to create the second underwater film, Happy New Year: Memorial Project Vietnam II for the exhibition series the MATRIX at the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive in 2003. He has continued to direct and film two other underwater films in the water of Japan with Memorial Project Minamata: Neither Either nor Neither – A Love Story, a memorial for the Minamata Disease patients and Ho! Ho! Ho! Merry Christmas: Battle of Easel Point – Memorial Project Okinawa, a memorial speaking of multinational history based in 1972 Okinawa (Japan, Vietnam, and USA).

From 2004-2007 in Laos, he created a film on the Mekong River titled The Ground, the Root and the Air: The Passing of the Bodhi Tree which brought his filming experience above water. Also in 2007, he returned to producing installation works with The Globe Project: Garden of Globes commissioned for his solo museum show at Kunstmuseum Luzern in Switzerland.

In that same exhibition, he began his on-going project Breathing is Free: 12,756.3, an attempt to physically experience world refugee crisis by running the diameter of the earth, 12,756.3km. Up to now, he has run approximately one-fourth of the total distance culminated through 17 different cities in the world.

His works are often generated from multiple landscapes of thoughts combining unlikely, sometimes a bit surprising mixture into existing context of local history and issues. In his most recent film from 2013, The Master and the Slave: Inujima Monogatari filmed at Inujima island in Setouchi, Japan, he attempts to survive Inujima’s history with Japan’s national sport of baseball played inside the last stone quarry of the island. A batter and a pitcher confront each other, but with a romantic endeavor of hitting the stones out from the island to the mainland Japan.

Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba has exhibited in numerous international triennials and biennales including Venice, Istanbul, Sao Paulo, Sydney, Shanghai, Yokohama, and Guangzhou.

One can also find his works in public collections at Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in NY, Mori Art Museum in Tokyo as well as many more museums, foundations, and private collections in the world.

Solo Exhibitions

2012
  • Jun NGUYEN-HATSUSHIBA, palais de l'isle, Annecy, France
2010
  • Thank you ありがとう Cảm ơn, Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
  • Breathing is Free: 12,756.3: New Work by Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, Rymer Gallery, School of Art Institute Chicago, curated by Nora A. Taylor
2009
  • Breathing is Free: 12,756.3: New Work by Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, Arizona State University Art Museum, AZ, USA, curated by Heather Lineberry and Nora A. Taylor.
2008
  • Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, The Globe Project in Beijing, Mizuma & One Gallery, Beijing, China
  • Vietnam: A Memorial Work by Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, Asia Society, NY, USA, curated by Miwako Tezuka
  • Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, England
2007
  • Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, the Ground, the Root and the Air, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, NY, USA
  • Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, the Ground, the Root and the Air, Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
  • Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, Kunstmuseum Luzern, curated by Susanne Neubauer (cat.)
2005
  • Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, Malmö Konsthall, Malmö, Sweden, curated by Lars Grambye & Fredrik Liew (cat.)
  • Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, Lehmann Maupin, NY, USA
  • Ho! Ho! Ho! Merry Christmas – Battle of Easel Point – Memorial Project, Okinawa, Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY
2004
  • MAM Project 002:Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan, curated by Mami Kataoka (cat.)
  • Memorial Project Vietnam, Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno, CAAM, the Canary Islands, Spain, curated by Álvaro Rodríguez Fominaya
2003
  • MACRO, Museo d'Arte Contemporanea Roma, Italy, curated by Danilo Eccher/Yuko Hasegawa (cat.)
  • Video Cube: FIAC 2003, Paris, France, exhibited by Mizuma Art Gallery
  • Memorial Project Nha Trang, Vietnam: Towards the Complex - For the Courageous, the Curious, and the Cowards, Kunsthalle Wien, Austria
  • Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba/MATRIX 203: Memorial Project Vietnam, UC Berkeley Art Museum, USA curated by Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson (brochure) Travel to: The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, USA, curated by Dan Cameron Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada Colby College Museum of Art, Maine, USA Austin Museum of Art, USA
  • Memorial Project Nha Trang, Vietnam: Towards the Complex, MIT List Visual Arts Center, USA, curated by Jane E. Farver
  • Memorial Project Nha Trang, Vietnam: Towards the Complex – For the Courageous, the Curious and the Cowards, Nassauischer Kunstverein, Wiesbaden, Germany, curated by Elke Gruhn
2002
  • Memorial Project Minamata: Neither Either nor Neither – A Love Story, Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
  • Memorial Project Nha Trang, Vietnam: Towards the Complex – For the Courageous, the Curious and the Cowards, Govett – Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand, curated by Gregory Burke (bro.)
  • Video Cube: FIAC 2002, Paris, France, exhibited by Galerie Chantal Crousel
  • Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, Galeria Animal, Santiago, Chile
  • Towards the Complex (video screening), De Appel, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2000
  • Xich Lo 2001 – The Making of Alternative History, Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
1998
  • In Between, Shiseido Ginza Art Space, Tokyo, Japan (cat.)
  • Individuals-Collections, Mizuma Art Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
  • WWW.XEOM.COM, Blue Space Gallery, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
1997
  • Dream, 29 Hang Bai Exhibition House, Hanoi, Vietnam
1996
  • The Mosaic Series Exhibition, Dallas Visual Art Center, USA
  • Studio Gallery/Sculpture Garden, Center For the Arts, Brookhaven College, Dallas, USA
  • Trammell Crow Pavilion Gallery, Dallas, USA
1995
  • Photographs from Vietnam, SGI-USA Dallas Culture Center, USA
  • New Works 95:02, Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, ArtPace, San Antonio, USA (bro.)

Selected Group Exhibitions

2013
  • “Running the City” Exhibition, University of North South Wales, Sydney, Australia.Ohara Contemporary, Ohara Museum Art, Japan
  • Welcome to the Jungle: Contemporary art in Southeast Asia from the Collection of the Singapore Art Museum, Yokohama Museum of Art, Yokohama; Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto, Japan
  • Tokyo Art Fair 2013, Tokyo, Japan
  • Setouchi Triennial 2013, Japan
  • Autonomous Regions, Times Museum, Guangzhou, China
2012
  • Edge of Elsewhere (Campbelltown) – Sydney Festival 2012, Campbelltown Art Centre, Campbelltown, Australian.
  • Do not destroy: Trees, Art and Jewish Thought, Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, USA, curated by Dara Solomon
  • Lens on Twelve, Connaught Brown Gallery, London, UK.
  • Masterpieces from the Ohara Museum of Art, Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art, Hokkaido, Japan (cat.)
  • Crossing Sea(s), 2902 Gallery, Singapore.
2011
  • Yokohama Triennale 2011 “Our Magic Hour”, Yokohama Museum of Art, Yokohama, Japan, curated by Akiko Miki.
  • Meta-question — back to the museum itself, The 4th Guangzhou Triennial, Guangdong Museum of Art, curated by Luo Yang Xiaoyan, Zhang Kexin, Zhang Yun Yiping,
  • “Roving Eye”, Sørlandets Kunstmuseum, Kristiansand, Norway, curated by Joselina Cruz
  • Apparitions, Lille 3000, Lille, France.
  • The global Contemporary Art Worlds after 1989, ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany.
  • Invisibleness is Visibleness: International Contemporary Art Collection of a Salaryman- Daisuke Miyatsu, MOCA TAIPEI, Taipei, Taiwan (cat.)
  • Edge of Elsewhere 2011, Campbelltown Arts Centre, Campbelltown, Australia.
2010
  • The 8th Shanghai Biennale-Rehearsal, Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai, China, curated by Gao Shiming, Fan Di'an and Li Lei
  • The River Project – Edge of Elsewhere, Campbelltown Arts Center, Campbelltown, Australia, curated by Lisa Havilah, Aaron Seeto, and Thomas J. Berghuis
  • Fugue in the Key to Understanding, Osage Kwun Tong, Hong Kong
2009
  • The Symbolic Efficiency of the frame, 4th Tirana International Contemporary Art Biennial, Tirana, Albania, curated by Edi Muka and Joa Ljungberg
  • Moving Perspectives: Video Art from Asia, Arthur M. Sackler Art Gallery, Washington DC., USA, curated by Carol Huh
  • Nautilus, Staedtische-Galerie Nordhorn, Nordhorn, German, curated by Veronika Olbrich
  • Transport Asian, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore, curated by Patricia Levasseur
  • Under water/ Above water - From Aquarium to Under Water Video Art, Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven, Wilhelmshaven, Germany, curated by Viola Weigel
  • Art 40 Basel - The International Art Show, Basel, Switzerland, curated by Marc Gloede
  • “Great works of the OHARA Museum-In pursuit of the precious paintings”, Fukuoka Prefectural Museum of Art, Fukuoka, Japan
  • “LIVE and LET LIVE: Creators of Tomorrow”, The 4th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale 2009, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan
  • The 6th Asia Pacific Triennial, Brisbane, Australia
  • Blue Planet, Christchurch Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand.
2008
  • I still believe in Tomorrow: Contemporary Video from Asia, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, curated by Christine Starkman
  • I Have A Dream, Kuandu Biennale, Kuandu Museum of Art, Taiwan, curated by Shihoko IIDA.
  • Siamese Smile, Bangkok Art Cultural, Bangkok, Thailand, curated by Apinan Poshyananda.
  • Turn and Widen, 5th Seoul International Media Art Biennale, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
  • Nanjing Triennial, Nanjing Museum, curated by Fumihiko Sumitomo.
  • Strategies from Within, Ke Center, Shanghai, China, curated by Biljana Ciric
  • Farewell to Post-Colonialism, 3rd Guangzhou Triennial, Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China, curated by Gao Shimming.
  • TUCLA 2008, Ireland, curated by George Bolster.
  • Leaving Deep Water, Galerie SAW Gallery, Ottawa, Canada, curated by Stefan St-Laurent and Minh Nguyen
  • Moving Towards a Balanced Earth, Natural World Museum, San Francisco, CA, USA.
2007
  • Weather Report: Climate Change and Visual Arts, Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno (CAAM), Spain, curated by Álvaro Rodríguez Fominaya (cat.)
  • “Have you eaten yet? – 2007 Asian Art Biennial, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art, Taichung, Taiwan, curated by Chao-Yi TSAI (cat.)
  • Grey Water, Institute of Modern Art, Fortitude Vallery, Australia
  • Thermocline of Art, Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe (ZKM), Karlsruhe, Germany, curated by Wonil Rhee (cat.)
  • Beijing Art Fair, Beijing, China
  • Views of Water, Yokohama Museum of Art, Japan, curated by Shintaro Matsunaga (cat.)
2006
  • Fever Variation, 6th Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, Korea, curated by Binghui Huangfu (cat.)
  • 1st Singapore Biennale, (group participation with MOGAS STATION), curated by Fumio Nanjo (cat.)
  • ARS 06, KIASMA, Finland
  • Sound, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Herzliya, Israel
  • Memorials of Identity: New Media from the Rubell family Collection, The Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, NC. U.S.A
2005
  • Fusion. Aspects of Asian Culture in the MUSAC Collection, Museo De Arte Contemporaneo De Castilla Y Leon, Leon, Spain
  • Projections, Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal, Canada
  • APAP 2005, Anyang, Korea
  • Collection of Centre Pompidou New Media, Caixa Forum, Barcelona, curated by Christine van Assche (cat.)
  • Lyon Biennale, France, selected by Nicolas Bourriaud, Jerome Sans and Thierry Raspail (cat.)
  • Experimenta Vanishing Point, Black Box, Victorian Arts Centre, Melbourne, Australia (cat.)
  • Variation Xanadu, Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, Taiwan, curated by Chia Chi Jason Wang (cat.)
  • 51st Venice Biennale, Always a Little Further, Venice, Italy curated by Rosa Martinez (cat.)
  • First Acquisitions, Opere dalla collezione della Fondazione Pinchuk, Venice
  • Water, Water Everywhere, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Arizona, curated by Marilu Knode (cat)
  • Selections from Moscow Biennale, National Centre of Contemporary Art in Novgorod, Russia
  • 1st Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia, selected by Rosa Martinez (cat.)
  • Huis Marseille, Museum of Photography, Amsterdam, The Nerthelands
2004
  • Recent Acquisitions, Contemporary Works, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
  • Frieze Art Fair, with Lehmann Maupin, London, UK
  • Encounters in the 21st Century, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan
  • Dazi Bao, Université de Jussieu, Paris, France, curated by Hou Hanru
  • 1st Sevilla Biennale: The Joy of My Dreams, Spain, curated by Harald Szeemann (cat.)
  • 5th Shanghai Biennale – Techniques of the Visible, Shanghai Art Museum, China, curated by Shengtian Zheng
  • Zone of Urgency (travelling show of 50th Venice Biennale), Villa Zerbi, Reggio Calabria, Italy, curated by Hou Hanru
  • Movimento/Movimenti, Villa Cattolica, Bagheria, Sicily, curated by Francesco Bonami
  • Slow Rushes, The Contemporary Art Center (CAC), Vilnius, Lithuania, curated by Rhana Devenport
  • Festival internazionale del film Locarno, Locarno, Switzerland, curated by Harald Szeemann
  • At the Still Point of the Turning World, FACT Centre, Liverpool, UK, curated by Claire Doherty
  • Artes Mundi Exhibition, National Museum & Gallery, Cardiff, Wales, UK, curated by Tessa Jackson (cat.)
  • VIS VITALIS, Centraal Museum, Utrecht, Holland
  • Material Witness, Museum of Contemporary Art, Cleveland, USA, curated by Margo A. Crutchfield (cat.)
2003
  • Bloom: Mutation, Toxicity and the Sublime, Brewster Art Gallery, New Zealand, curated by Gregory Burke (cat.)How We Live, Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland, Australia
  • Frieze Art Fair, with Mizuma Art Gallery, London, UK
  • 8th Istanbul Biennial, Poetic Justice, Turkey, curated by Dan Cameron (cat.)
  • 50th Venice Biennale, (Z.O.U – Zone of Urgency) Dreams and Conflicts – The Dictatorship of the Viewer, Italy, curated by Hou Hanru/Francesco Bonami (cat.)
  • Kaap Helder, Art from a Natural Source, North Holland, Netherlands, curated by Peter de Rooden (cat.)
  • The Moderns, Castello di Rivoli Museo d'Arte Contemporanea, Torino, Italy,curated by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev (cat.)
  • Universal Strangers, Borusan Art Center, Istanbul, Turkey, curated by Rosa Martinez
2002
  • URBANLENZ – Canon art project, Tokyo, Japan Video Zone, 1st International Video-Art Biennial, Tel Aviv, Israel, curated by Sergio Edelsztein
  • Watching Ocean and Sky Together, Fourth Wall Liverpool, UK, curated by Kathryn Standing
  • Moving Collection, the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, Plymouth, New Zealand (bro.)
  • Attitude 2002, Contemporary Art Museum of Kumamoto, Japan, curated by Hiroshi Minamishima (cat.)
  • Rio de Janeiro Film Festival, Brazil, curated by Helmut Batista
  • Busan Biennial 2002, Korea, curated by Kim Airyung
  • Extreme Protection: NIT NIU 2002, Mallorca, Spain, curated by Rosa Martinez
  • 13th Biennale of Sydney: (The World May Be) Fantastic, Australia, curated by Richard Grayson (cat.)
  • 25th São Paulo Biennale, Brazil, curated by Alfons Hug (cat.)
  • Cutting Edge:Tokyo, ARCO 02, with Mizuma Art Gallery, Madrid, Spain (cat.)
2001
  • Mega Wave – Toward a New Synthesis, Yokohama 2001 Triennale of Contemporary Art, Japan, curated by Fumio Nanjo (cat.)
2000
  • Invisible Boundary: Metamorphosed Asian Art, Utsunomiya Museum of Art, Japan (cat.)
  • Invisible Boundary: Metamorphosed Asian Art, Niigata Prefecture Art Museum, Niigata, Japan
  • Man & Space, The 3rd Gwangju Biennale, Korea (cat.)
1999
  • Gap Vietnam, The House of World Cultures, Berlin, Germany (cat.)
1996
  • Critic's Choice, Dallas Visual Art Center, USA (bro.) Jurors: Dana Friis-Hansen, Senior Curator, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston Charles Wylie, Curator of Contemporary Art, Dallas Museum of Art
1995
  • Members Invitational, The McKinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, USA
  • Art in the Metroplex 95, Texas Christian University, Ft. Worth, USA, Juror: James Surls

Biennials/Triennials


2013

Setouchi Triennal

2011

Guangzhou Triennial|Yokohama Triennale

2010

Shanghai Biennale

2009

Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale|Asia Pacific Triennial

2008

Nanjing Triennial | Guangzhou Triennial | Seoul International Media Art Biennale | Kuandu Biennale

2007

Asian Art Biennial

2006

Singapore Biennale|Gwangju Biennale

2005

Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art|Venice Biennal|Lyon Biennale

2004

Sevilla Biennale|Shanghai Biennale

2003

Istanbul Biennial|Venice Biennale

2002

International Video-Art Biennial|Biennale of Sydney|Sao Paulo Biennale|Busan Biennial

2001

Yokohama Triennale

2000

Gwangju Biennale

Solo Exhibition Catalogues / Brochures

2008

  • “JUN NGUYEN-HATSUSHIBA”, text by Susanne Neubauer, Kamiya Yukie, Mizuma & One Gallery, China

2007

  • “JUN NGUYEN-HATSUSHIBA” text by Douglas Fogle, Yukie Kamiya, Susanne Neubauer, Rich Streitmatter-Tran , Kunstmuseum Luzern, Switzerland

2005

  • “JUN NGUYEN-HATSUSHIBA” text by Lars Grambye, Dan Cameron, Fredrik Liew, Malmo Konsthall, Sweden

2004

  • “MAM 002: Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba” text by Mami Kataoka, Andrea Viliani, Haruko Tomisawa, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

2003

  • “JUN NGUYEN-HATSUSHIBA”, text by Yuko Hasegawa, Roger McDonald, Valentina Valentini, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Roma, MACRO, Electa, Milano
  • “MATRIX 203/Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba: Memorial Project Vietnam”, text by Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson, UC ABerkeley Art Museum. (brochure)

2002

  • “Memorial Project Nha Trang, Vietnam: Towards the Complex . For the Courageous, the Curious and the Cowards”, text by Roger McDonald, Govett . Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand. (brochure)

1998

  • “Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba: In Between”, text by Herve Chandes, Masaki Higuchi, Shiseido Ginza Artspace, Tokyo, Japan

Group Exhibition Cataloguess

2013

  • Autonomous Regions - Zizhiqu

2012

  • Ohara Museum of Art, pp. 102-103
  • Art Show Busan, pp. 326
  • “The Games Inspring Images”, The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, pp. 22-23

2011

  • “Invisibleness is Visibleness”, International Contemporary Art Collection of a Salaryman- Daisuke Miyatsu, pp. 110-111

2010

  • “Rainbow Asia. Pearl of World Art”, East Asia Art Exhibition, pp.42

2009

  • “Under Water Above Water”, Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven, Kerber Art, Germany, pp. 70-73

2008

  • “The Forum of Kuandu Biennale”, 2008 Kuandu Biennale – I have a Dream, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan
  • “Turn and Widen”, 5th Seoul International Media Art Biennale, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
  • “Strategies from Within”, Strategies from Within – An Exhibition of Vietnamese and Cambodian Contemporary Art Practices, Shanghai, China (pp.68-71)
  • “Off the Rails”, Mizuma & One Gallery, Beijing
  • “The 4th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale 2009”, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, pp. 80-83
  • ASU Art Museum 2008-2009 Calendar, ASU Herberger College of the Arts

2007

  • “Weather Report: Climate Change and Visual Arts”, Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno (CAAM), Spain
  • “Views of Water: From Monet & Taikan to the Present”, Yokohama Museum of Art, Japan (pp.99)
  • “Special Exhibition”, CIGE 2007, Beijing, China
  • “Have you eaten yet?”, 2007 Asian Art Biennial, Taichung, Taiwan
  • “Thermocline of Art. New Asian Waves”, Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany

2006

  • “Dreams and Conflicts. The Dictation of the View”, 50th International Art Exhibition, pp. 186, 189, 228
  • “Fever Variations”, 6th Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, Korea
  • “Belief” text by Roger McDonald, 4th Singapore Biennale, Singapore
  • “ARS06 - Sense of the Real”, text by Dan Cameron, Pirkko Siltala, Kiasma Museum, Helsinki, Finland
  • “Memorials of Identity New Media from the Rubell Family Collection”

2005

  • “Atlántica 40”, Atlanta center of Mordern Art, pp. 68-81
  • “Catalogue 2005”, Intenational Documantary festival Amsterdam, pp. 205
  • “Collection of Centre Pompidou New Media” text by Frederique Baumgartner, Barcelona, Spain
  • “Experiénce de la dureé: Biennale de Lyon”, Meseguer, Stephanie & Souverain, Adeline ed. Paris musee, France; pp. 214
  • “Variation Xanadu”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, Taiwan
  • “Always A Little Further” text by Fredrik Liew, 51th Venice Biennale, Italy
  • “Water, Water Everywhere…”, Scottsdale Museum of contemporary Art, Arizona, USA
  • “Dialectics of Hope” text by Fredrik Liew, 1 Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia
  • “Tipping the Balance”, Anyang Public Art Project 2005, pp. 324
  • The 1st Pocheon Asian Art Festival,

2004

  • “What is Art good for?”, Installation. Wien 2004, pp.71
  • “Files”, MAC, Museo de ArteContemporaneo de Castilla y Leon, Spain; pp. 90
  • “The Joy of My Dreams”, 1 International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Seville, Spain
  • “Artes Mundi 2004 . Wales International Visual Art Prize, The Cinema of Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba”, text by Andrea Viliani
  • “Material Witness”, text by Margo A. Crutchfield, Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, Ohio; pp. 49
  • “Techniques of the Visible”, Shanghai Biennal, pp. 152
  • “La Alegria de Mis Suenos”, I Biennal de Arte Comtemporáneo de Sevilla, pp. 78
  • “Artes Mundi”, Wales International Visual Art Prize, pp.47
  • “Contemporary’ Art Diary”, Unicef
  • “Slow rushes: Takes on the Documentary Sensibility in Moving Images from around Asia the Pacific”, pp. 46
  • “Official Catalogue” 57 festival internazionale del film Locarno

2003

  • “Bloom: Mutation, Toxicity, and the Sublime”, text by Gregory Burke, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand, pp. 46
  • “Poetic Justice” text by Dan Cameron, 8th International Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul, Turkey
  • “Dreams and Conflicts”, 50th Venice Biennale, Italy
  • “Kaap Helder, Art from a Natural Source”, Den Helder, North Holland
  • “The Moderns”, text by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Castello di Rivoli Museo d'Arte Contemporanea, Torino, Italy
  • “Home and Away”, Vancouver Art Gallery, pp. 20

2002

  • “Attitude 2002 . One Truth in Your Heart”, text by Haruko Tomisawa, Contemporary Art Museum Kumamoto, Japan
  • “13th Biennale of Sydney, (The World May Be) Fantastic”, Sydney, Australia
  • “25th Bienal de Sao Paulo, Iconografias Metropolitanas, Paises”, Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • “Culture meets Culture”, Busan Biennal, pp. 57
  • “Ciades”, 25th Sao Paolo Biennale: Iconografias Metropolitanas

2001

  • “Mega Wave - Toward a New Synthesis”, text by Roger McDonald, Yokohama 2001, International Triennale of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan

2000

  • “Invisible Boundary: Metamorphosed Asian Art (addendum)”, Utsunomiya Museum of Art, Utsunomiya, Japan
  • “Invisible Boundary: Metamorphosed Asian Art”, Utsunomiya Museum of Art, Utsunomiya, Japan
  • “Man & Space”, 3rd Kwangju Biennale, Kwangju, Korea

1999

  • “Gap Vietnam”, House of World Cultures, Berlin, Germany

Articles

2012

  • Người Việt ở Yokohama”, NaraAsiaQ, Vol. 0, pp.2

2010

  • Geijutsu Shincho, 128

2009

  • Nora A. Taylor, “Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba: An international artist”,Văn hoá Nghệ thuật, No. 303, pp.41

2008

  • Dr. Jean-Christophe Ammann, “Where is art going?”, Art Banking, Issue 6/6, 2008, p.2
  • Catherine Wilson, “Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba. Seduction & Imponderability”, Artlink, Vol. 28, No.3, p.56-59
  • Susane Neubauer, “On Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba’s Works (Excerpts)”, ArtChina, No.12/2008, pp.46-51
  • Priya Malhotra, “A Space For History And Hope”, Asian Art News, Vol.18, No.5, September-October 2008, pp.100-103

2007

  • Motoko, Uda. “Interview with Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba. Sequencing becomes a means to understand the world around us”, Art it, Summer/ Fall 2007, pp.63-69

2006

  • Stutesman, Drake. “Creative Particles: An Interview with Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba,” Framework, The Journal of Cinema and Media, Spring 2006, Vol.47, No.1, pp.35-59

2005

  • Friedling, Melissa. “Art Fragments From The Big Apple - Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba at Lehmann Maupin,” Flash Art, March/April 2005,p.54
  • Leffingwell, Edward. “Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba at Lehmann Maupin,” Art in America, June/July 2005
  • Napack, Jonathan. “Vietnam’s artists try to break free of their ‘Velvet Prison’,” International Herald Tribune, June 2005
  • Raymond, Jonathan. “JUN NGUYEN-HATSUSHIBA. LEHMANN MAUPIN,” reviews, Artforum, April 2005, p.191

2004

  • Debschitz, Uta von. “Weltall im Wasser - Ein Kunstler inszeniert filmische Unterwasser-Mahnmale,” mare, Feb/Mar 2004, No. 42, p.120
  • Galan, Fernando. “Interview with Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba,” art.es, February 2004, pp.56-59
  • Hanru, Hou. “jun nguyen-hatsushiba,” features, Tema Celeste Contemporary Art, Issue 104, July/ August 2004, pp.52-57
  • Kataoka, Mami. “Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba (introduction at special feature of “VERY NEW ART 2004”),” Bijutsu Techo, April 2004, Vol.56, No.847, pp.56-157
  • Panicelli, Ida. “Rome: Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba at Museo d’arte Contemporanea Roma,” Artforum, April 2004, p.166
  • Streitmatter-Tran, Rich. “The Negative Space of Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba” art.es, May-June 2004, pp.32-33

2003

  • Cotter, Holland. “Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba, Memorial Project Vietnam,” art in review, The New York Times, June 20, 2003
  • Ghosh, Rupali. “Dance of Death,” The Hindu, Feb. 2, 2003
  • Hamlin, Jesse. “Artist swirls beauty…,” San Francisco Chronicle, Wednesday, April 9, 2003
  • Kawahara, Hideki. “Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba at Mizuma Art Gallery,” review, Tema Celeste Contemporary Art, Issue 97, 2003, p.84
  • Nagoya, Satoru. “Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba,“ review, Flash Art International, January 2003
  • Sumiyoshi, Chie. “Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba,” Ryuko Tsushin, January 2003, pp.134-137

2002

  • Duncan, Michael. “Self-Created Worlds: Report from Sydney,” Art in America, October 2002, pp.60-65
  • Holubizky, Ihor. “The Other Side of the Clock: The 2002 Biennale of Sydney,” C International Contemporary Art, Fall 2002, Issue 75, pp.20-23
  • Israel, Nico. “XXV Biennale de Sao Paulo,” Artforum, Summer 2002, pp.171-172
  • Kent, Rachel. “Yokohama Triennale,” ART AsiaPacific, April/May/June 2002, Issue 34, pp.36-37
  • Palmer, Daniel. “Sydney Biennale,” review, frieze, Issue 69, 2002
  • Phillips, Christopher. “Crosscurrents in Yokohama,” Art in America, January 2002, pp.84-91

2001

  • Birnbaum, Daniel. “Best of 2001,” Artforum, December 2001
  • Gioni, Massimililano. “Speaking in Tongues,” Flash Art International, Nov.-Dec. 2001, pp.74-77
  • Kawahara, Hideki. “Voices of Hamatori,” Bijutsu Techo, November 2001, Vol.53, No.812, pp.129-136
  • Tani, Arata. “Jun Nguyen-Hatsushiba,” Shinano-Mainichi Daily Newspaper, July 23, 2001, p.13

2000

  • Purvis, Jennifer. “The Making of Alternative History,” The Japan Times, Arts Section, September 3, 2000, p.14.

Books

2012

  • Bui Nhu Huong, Pham Trung.Vietnamese Contemporary Art 1990-2010, Knowledge Publishing House, pp. 108-109

2010

  • The Quiet in the Land: Luang Prabang, Laos; Edited by France Morin, John Alan Farmer. Text by Carol Becker, Francis Engelmann, France Morin, John Alan Farmer, Catherine Choron-Baix, Somsanouk Mixay; The Quiet in the Land, Inc.
  • Seigō Matsuoka; Nihon to Higashi Ajia no Mirai o Kangaeru Iinkai; Narasia; 2010; Maruzen
  • Matrix/Berkeley: A Changing Exhibition of Contemporary Art; Edited by Elizabeth Thomas. Contributions by Bill Arning, Jens Hoffmann, Michael Auping, Jordan Kantor, Constance Lewallen, Lawrence Rinder; University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

2006

  • 美術 表現と鑑賞 (Art - appreciation and expression), Kairyudo

2005

  • Dean, Tacita & Millar, Jeremy. Art Works: PLACES, London: Thames & Hudson Press, 2005. pp.122-125
  • Mania, Astrid. ART NOW VOL 2: The new directory to 136 international contemporary artists, (Grosenick, Uta, Ed.)
  • Taschen Press, 2005. pp.336-339
  • Meecham, Pam & Sheldon, Julie. Modern Art: A Critical Introduction, USA & Canada: Routledge. 2005. p.102-103

2004

  • Mark Coetzee, Not Afraid: Rubell Family Collection, Phaidon, pp. 212

2003

  • Christov-Bakargiev, Carolyn. Cream3, (Williams, Gilda & Lamer, Melissa Ed.). Phaidon Press, 2003. pp.244-247
  • Pace, Linda et al. Dreaming Red: Creating ArtPace, San Antonio: ArtPace, 2003. pp.22, 62, 64-65, 64

Collections

21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa

Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam

Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, NY

Asia Society New York

Whitney Museum of American Art, NY

Benesse Holdings, Inc.

Fonds National d’Art Contemporain, Paris

Rubell Collection, Miami

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

TheatreWorks Singapore

Shiseido Art House, Tokyo

Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto

MIT List Visual Arts Center

Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou

Manchester Art Gallery

Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane

Ohara Museum of Art, Kurashiki

Stavanger International Collection

Singapore Art Museum

Monsoon Art Collection, London

Museum of Art Lucerne

MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y Leon

Fondazione per l'Arte Contemporanea Victor Pinchuk, Kiev

T-B A21, Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, Vienna

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