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Cubist Heads


Creating a head piece in a cubist portrait style is a great way to introduce young artists to the radical art movement whilst teaching them about combining 2D and 3D forms. Cubism is one of the most influential art styles of the early twentieth century, challenging conventional forms of representation - such as perspective - which had been the rule since the Renaissance. Their aim was to develop a new way of seeing which reflected the modern age and incorporated optical theory and philosophy.


To create our cubist head we gave each of our students a box which they could fit over their heads. We looked through some famous Picasso portraits like The Weeping Woman for inspiration. We asked them to look at distorted perspectives and drawing facial features from different angles onto collaged cardboard.

Để giới thiệu về trường phái lập thể, các họa sĩ nhỏ đã kết hợp giữa kỹ năng 2D và hình khối 3D để tạo ra những người đầu vuông thật ấn tượng. Lập thể là một trong những trường phái có nhiều ảnh hưởng nhất đầu thế kỷ 20, biến đổi hình thái và cách thể hiện, cảm quan và góc nhìn trong nghệ thuật được thiết lập từ thời kỳ Phục Hưng.

Trong lớp học vẽ này, các bạn nhỏ được đưa mỗi người một hộp giấy và tạo ra chiếc đầu vuông của mình dựa vào cách vẽ chân dung của danh họa Picasso. Giáo viên hướng dẫn các bạn nhìn và tạo hình các bộ phận gương mặt từ các góc nhìn khác nhau rồi đắp dán lên hộp giấy.



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meet our team.

Our international team is on hand to lead and inspire every class, pushing the boundaries of your creativty

Shyevin s'ng 

As enthusiastic in art as in business (and accomplished in both), Shyevin founded VinSpace in 2010. With the studio and team growing, Shyevin directs the vision and mission of the studio. She thinks big and has ambitious plans to open up the creative core of Saigon!

Hong anh pham

Our Studio Director, Hong Anh ensures the smooth running of our day-to-day projects whilst managing all of our accounting and marketing. She’s a cool cat, and always makes us laugh with her unique sense of humour.

le nam phuong

Phuong, our administrative manager, organizes a whole range of things for VinGallery and VinSpace – from taxation to stock management, Phuong knows everything thats going on. Little do you know, she has a secret love for bubble tea, which we like to join in on from time to time

TRAN KIEU
TU MINH

Minh’s nickname is Mae. From a very young age she’s already loves art, as a teenager she spend a lot of time drawing manga. During high school and college she studied a lot of mediums and different techniques. She thinks that art is infinite and there are still many things to explore. She loves to spend time with kids, with a lot of time spend babysitting, she can entertain them for a long time.

KUKKONEN
SOFIA DOROTEA

Sofia studied visual arts in Finland and at the Academy of Fine Arts and Institute of Art and Restoration "Palazzo Spinelli" in Florence, Italy. At Vinspace she teaches drawing, acrylic and oil color painting. Sofia loves Asia and her classes are a mix of Eastern and Western traditions.

quynh anh

Quynh Anh is one of our gallery interns. She can usually be found in our Gallery Shop waiting to assist you or doing a spot of shopping herself, she's a very trendy lady thats full of style. Quynh Anh is our very own 'Whats on' guide to Saigon, if somethings happening, she knows about it!

PHAM THI
NHAT NGHI

Like a cat, she wants to embrace herself with wool and forget about the world. Play with threads to create different things, her strength is making macrame indeed.