Project Space

Attraction Project Space Luang Prabang House No. 6, kitsalat road Luang Prabang, Laos Published on: 13-11-2015

1 hour
10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
10:00 AM
11:00 AM
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Project Space in Luang Prabang is a multifunction space for producing exhibitions, events and objects in the cultural capital of Laos.

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Why Project Space is special ?

Project Space is a meeting point and an exhibition space for artists in Luang Prabang. It is an initiative of Jean-Pierre Dovat, interior architect and designer, and Rik Gadella, publisher and creator of initiatives such as Paris Photo and the Pha Tad Ke botanical garden.


Project Space is a non-profit arts space that breathes new life into the Laotian arts scene. It was conceived by architect and designer Jean-Pierre Dovat and publisher Rik Gadella, opening in 2010 to host exhibitions and events, making use of its three floors, four exhibition rooms, artist’s studio and rooftop terrace.


In addition to its own activities, Project Space also collaborates with other cultural institutions and has extended its reach to exhibit at international arts festivals abroad. Fine art, design and traditional handicraft are all represented here, with exhibitions from diverse artists including Sarah Cheesbrough, Prasert Yodkaew and shamanistic textile work by husband and wife Phasao Lao and Tcheu Siong.


Source : http://theculturetrip.com

What to explore at Project Space?

Project Space Luang Prabang operated as the visitor center for the duration of the festival, as well as a screening venue, exhibition space, and meeting place for filmmakers and filmgoers. On display are precious objects, furniture and fabrics. The studio also has an educational objective. It tries to create a bridge between Lao handicrafts and the world of art. The building has three floors and a rooftop terrace. It hosts several exhibitions per year in its studio, rooftop terrace and four exhibition rooms.

With three floors and a rooftop terrace with stunning views in the centre. This place will home of all exhibitions and collaborate with other cultural institutions in Luang Prabang.

Discover the work in progress on Pha Tad Ke Botanical Garden with collaborations by: Jean-Pierre Dovat, Albin Duzer.

Coming to Design Studio presents precious objects, furniture and fabrics reflecting the beauty and elegance of simple yet elaborated forms and learn to know the know-how and sensibility of the artisans and the luxury of noble materials.

Source : http://www.projectspace-luangprabang.com

Selling points

  • Where traditional handicrafts meet the world of art
  • Laos' Best Art Galleries
  • Art and Creative Spaces in Laos
  • Artists' meeting point and exhibition space
  • Interesting Exhibition
3 Days in Luang Prabang

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Duration
3.0 days
Estimated
629.86 USD
Total travel distance
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Number of places
11 places

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Project Space Luang Prabang House No. 6, kitsalat road Luang Prabang, Laos

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  • Downstairs is a description of the children's hospital currently under build, you can make a small donation to this hospital venture, it will be much appreciated.
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It is not a tourist attraction but a tourist dissemination center focused on activities that promote the improvement of the region: local crafts, activities that respect the environment etc.

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