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Boutique - Fine art photos for sale in Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City -Vietnam

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      Ink Flows - Bridge Flux
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      Lotus - Rain Drops
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      Modernist Architecture of the Reunification Palace - Saigon
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      Space of Uncertainty - Imprecisions blur
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Antique and vintage photos

We are deeply committed to present the history of Vietnamese photography through original documents. These photographs are contextualized within their historical and social framework. Read all archives and browse all photos.

Exhibition Art Space in Ho Chi minh City, Vietnam

The Gallery is focusing for exhibitions on specific types of Photography : conceptual, documentary, identity subjects.

 Fictional narratives based on still images are also available

Air Vietnam airline international flights – from Saigon to Asia

INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS – PERIOD 1951 – 1962

Vietnam Airlines used part of its commercial rights to develop international routes to Phnom Penh, Bangkok, Vientiane, Hong Kong and Singapore, which Air France has reestablished from 1946 to 1949.

In 1952, by DC-3, there was a daily flight to Saigon-Phnom Penh, a weekly flight to Saigon-Bangkok, then a seat added to Siem Reap around 1956, two flights to Saigon-Seno-Vientiane; By DC-4, there were two weekly flights to Saigon-Hanoi-Hong Kong and Saigon-Haiphong-Hong Kong,

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Cartography of Terra Incognita

In cartography, terra incognita refers to regions that have not been mapped or documented. The expression is believed to have first appeared in Ptolemy’s Geography around 150 CE1. It denotes unexplored or unfamiliar territories. Interestingly, the phrase has also been used metaphorically to describe any uncharted subject or field of research

This series captures the in-situ construction of a Terra Incognita that unfolded over several months. In an exposed ruin, buffeted by rain and wind,

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The Circle of Return at Lagoon Tam Giang Hue

The inspiration for this series is drawn from “The Tale of Từ Thức Marrying a Goddess,” a story that delves into the life of Từ Thức during the Trần dynasty. He encounters and weds a goddess in the divine realm, only to later depart from his celestial spouse to revisit his hometown. Unbeknownst to him, countless ages have transpired in the mortal world during his absence.

Set in Hue, amidst the tranquil lagoon of Tam Gian,

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      The Lovers at Huỳnh Thủy Ancient House
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      Abandoned Colonial House At Night - Cholon
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      Modernist Building At Night- Cholon
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      Colonial Ghost House - Cholon
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1954 The Great Migration to the South of Vietnam – Operation Passage to Freedom

Migration and the Geneva Accords

After the 1954 Geneva Accords divided Vietnam into North and South, there was a 300-day period (ending on May 18, 1955) during which Vietnamese people could freely choose their place of residence.

A massive migration occurred, with approximately 1 million people moving from the north to the south and around 50,000 people moving from the south to the north.

The unexpected migration prompted the North Vietnamese government to block roads,

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1954-2024 : General Giap, Dien Bien Phu Battle and Geneva Conference – the end of Indochina war

On May 7th of this year 2024, we commemorate the 70th anniversary of the battle of Dien Bien Phu. This article highlights the military events and the Geneva conference that opens at the same time as the final days of a battle taking place thousands of kilometers away, the outcome of which is eagerly followed by the French media.

The Geneva Conference of 1954 was a conference that took place in Geneva, Switzerland,

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Farewell portraits, a photographic practice, from the college Nguyen Van Khue in the 50s

The portraits in this collection were given by students to their professor at the end of their instruction in the 50s. The written words on the back primarily serve as a formal farewell and provide information about their names and the dates, allowing us to identify the individuals. Fortunately, within one specific portrait, the student also included the name of the Nguyen Van Khue School.

Professor Huỳnh Công Ân says : “From its inception in 1940, Nguyen Van Khue School stood as one of the largest private schools in Cochinchina during the French colonization period.

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      The Lovers at Huỳnh Thủy Ancient House
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      Abandoned Colonial House At Night - Cholon
      $500.00
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      Modernist Building At Night- Cholon
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      Colonial Ghost House - Cholon
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ChoLon, Dreams Factories of Saigon

The historical aftermath of the Qing Dynasty’s overthrow of the Ming Dynasty in 17th-century China led to Ming loyalists seeking refuge in Southeast Asia. In Vietnam, these Chinese immigrants played a pioneering role during the “March to the South.” They settled in Bien Hoa. By the late 18th century, to escape the massacres perpetrated by Tay-son troops, the community regrouped in the present-day location of Cholon, situated 11 kilometers away from the center of Saigon,

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On the beginning of rice trade in Cholon with photographer Nadal during Indochina

Fernand Nadal, born in Algeria, arrived in Saigon in the 1920s. His first advertisement in the magazine Indochine française (1922) described his activities as follows: “Art Photographie—Photography for business” and “Publishing: postcards, photo albums, and documentaries on Cochinchina, Cambodia, and Annam.”

Unlike other studios that focused primarily on portraits, Nadal’s work provided a documentary perspective of that era. He published over 2000 photos, with notable albums including:

  • Ruines d’Angkor: A collection of photographs showcasing the ancient temples of Angkor.

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