Manzi Art Space, a newly opened multidisciplinary gallery space adjacent to the Old Quarter in Hanoi, Vietnam, is currently hosting its first solo exhibition featuring the photography of long time American resident of Hanoi Jamie Maxtone-Graham whose series, The Desiring Garden, offers a photographic interpretation which uses the paintings of Henri Rousseau (1844-1910) as a point of departure.
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