This Friday, join us for the launch of our new free live art events series: BLOQ LIVE!
Every month showcasing rising talents and celebrities on the BLOQ stage as well as Art Exhibits by some of the best Urban artists.
BLOQ LIVE CONCERT
We introduce the Concert series by inviting two rising stars of the Vietshowbiz:
First appearing as a teenager on-screen nationally on X-Factor Vietnam as well as internationally winning modeling and acting awards at the New York IMTA competitions, Cindy V is the first mixed Vietnamese & Afro-American star in the Viet showbiz!
Since last year, we’ve seen her career rising rapidly as the lead role of the widely popular TV series GLEE Vietnam where she has been praised for her singing and acting.
Be ready for one of her shows where she mixes things up with high-energy bangers and sensual ballads as well as an exclusive peak at her first single about to be released!
The “Pink King” is undoubtedly Vietnam’s most extra celebrity!
One of Vietnam’s most acclaimed dancer, choreographer and singer, you’ve seen him as a finalist on Talent shows such as “Got To Dance”, X-Factor and Not Nhac Ngoi Sao" .
Having virally taken over the Vietnamese dance world with his unique High-Heels dancing skills don’t miss his show mixing his hit tracks and a special dance show!
BLOQ LIVE ART
On the 2nd floor, two urban artists reconvert a container space into a pop-up art gallery!
Featuring new works from:
A self-taught artist, French-Vietnamese Suby explored graffiti for the first time in Paris in 1992. A member of vandalism crew, he produced most of its parts on the Paris metro trains.
After using the city as media exposure, Suby went from the street to the gallery, both as a graffiti artist, painter and sculptor. A versatile artist influenced by the New York Colorfield movement of the late '40s, his creations are extremely vibrant and colourful, whilst always keeping an indelible trace of graffiti.
Born in Paris in 1976, Laurent discovered his love forpainting when he was 6 years old during a visit to one of Joan Miro’s exhibitions. In 1993, he studied the letter painting and developed a taste for graffiti over the years. In 2000, he had the opportunity to collaborate with renown artists such as Jean Faucheur and Popay De Ayguavives.
His works are heavily influenced by fractal art, abstract expressionism and prehistoric art. His works are often layered with rhythms and vibrations from the music he listens to whilst he works. Traveling within Vietnam since 2010, Laurent has had the opportunity to hold exhibitions at the Fine Arts Museum of Ho Chi Minh City, Park Hyatt for a launching event, and participating to the French Heart Institute with the auction of one of his paintings.
Laurent’s works enable us to travel imaginatively into far-fetched stories, where the unlikely marriage of the grotesque and serious blend together. The blurring lines between fun, dreams and questioning leaves the viewer with an endless journey of discovery.