A Private Museum dedicated to Vietnamese Contemporary Art
Salon Saigon is a refined and hidden-away space dedicated to contemporary creation and Vietnamese culture. It is located in a two-floor historical house (belonging to US Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr and his family, during their stay in Saigon from 1963 to 1967) in downtown Ho Chi Minh City. Salon Saigon’s name and concept refers to the Salons (gatherings) that flourished in France throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. Its main function is the presentation of contemporary creation and Vietnamese culture through art exhibitions, performances, conferences, screenings, educational programs, and a unique collection of tri-lingual resources available at the library.
- Address6d Ngô Thời Nhiệm, Ward 7, District 3 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
- Phone028 3933 3242