Réhahn recently inaugurated his newest Fine Art gallery in Ho Chi Minh City on the iconic Dong Khoi street.
The gallery features Réhahn’s bestselling artwork as well as new releases in a variety of formats including limited editions, reproductions, Fine Art coffee table books, and postcards.
The artist recently posted on his social media channels that this is his favorite Saigon gallery space that he’s opened since he launched his brand in 2011, and it’s easy to see why. The art gallery’s prominent street-level location makes it easy to stop by and gaze through the windows into the bespoke jewel-toned space. Visitors can sit and chat with the gallery staff about the works at the bar, or take a moment to gaze at the large original editions while sitting on a custom indigo textile-covered bench.
Beyond the photographer’s most well-known portraits, landscapes and lifestyle photos, Réhahn also chose the new location for his pinnacle exhibition – “Memories of Impressionism.”
The exhibition includes photographs such as Flame, Oasis, Echo, and Carmine, which are notable for their ambitious style. They reinvent certain principles of the Impressionist period in painting into a new movement in contemporary photography.
The artwork is accompanied by an artistic statement, which explains Réhahn’s connections to the birthplace of Impressionism in France, as well as the inspirations that influenced these new photographs.