Ngo Van Sac

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Biography

Born in 1980 in Hanoi, Ngo Van Sac’s wood burn portraits represent a pivotal point in his artistic path. He discovered this powerful technique when he started painting on wood panels 10 years ago. Unhappy with the paintings he created, he burned them all. In the flames, he observed the natural colours and patterns created by the heat. His perspective shifted and he saw fire as more than a destructive element; it evoked powerful feelings and emotions tied to the ebb and flow of life itself. By combining fire and natural pinewood, Ngo Van Sac truly found himself.

Sac creates his portraits by burnishing the wood first and then glues pages of poetry written in “Chữ Nôm” script onto the wood. He applies varnish to protect the paper and completes his portraits by applying acrylic paint on the coloured elements of his piece.

“My artworks are about desires: the tension between real life and fantasy and the intricate relationships between humans. To show this intensity, I like strong renderings of figure, the effect of different surface textures and the strong contrast between black and white.” – Ngo Van Sac

Ngo Van Sac has gained recognition in Vietnam and internationally for his unique technique. He has held solo exhibitions in Canada, Japan, Hungary, South Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia and Singapore.

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Artworks

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Self portrait, Information 90x80 cm

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Red Dao- Sapa 80x120 cm

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On the way to the market. Red Dao,Sapa 120x80 cm

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Land of memory. Hmong-Ha Giang 80x120 cm

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Land of memory 80x120 cm

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Hanoian in 19th century 80x120 cm

Ruth Gallery - Galerie d'Art Luxembourg - Art Gallery Luxembourg

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