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Cù Rú Moonshine Pop-Up ở QUE

Events – September 2020

Nhân chuyến chúng tôi về thăm quê
Sài Gòn
Mời các thiếu nhi lâu năm đến thăm Que
Trăng tròn

Tết đoàn viên với rượu Cù Rú kết hợp với bánh Que Kaarem trong bóng lồng trăng, lung linh một đêm rằm -
Trung Thu ngày 01 tháng 10
17g - 23g”


Local favorite Cù Rú Bar is coming down from Đà Lạt this Thursday, October 1st for a special one evening only Pop-Up at Que from 5 to 11pm. They’re bringing their signature rice wines & installing a lantern installation for Têt Trung Thu.



Thursday, Oct 1, 2020




118 Pham Viet Chanh
Phuong 19, Binh Thanh District
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Đạt Nguyên of Sao La at Cù Rú Bar making lồng đèn to bring down to Que in Sài Gòn. Photo care of To Lan

Come celebrate with us!!!

Đạt Nguyên and To Lan at Cù Rú Bar.
Documented by Que Kaarem team when we visited them in Đà Lạt last month.

Chương Phạm making (pizza) bread at Cù Rú in Đà Lạt. Photo by Luật Serpe.


Also, it’s the OFFICIAL, UNOFFICIAL after party for the closing of Ngô Đình Bảo Châu's solo exhibition “Towards Realist Socialization / trông thật khác, nhìn thực giống”.

This is Kaarem's first iteration of a new photo series, In Photo Dialogue, where Kaarem invites friends to converse through images — Kaarem's, formally documented and theirs, informal snapshots.

In Photo Dialogue with Visual Artist Ngô Đình Bảo Châu

Living between Huế and Hồ Chí Minh City, Bảo Châu invited Kaarem to stop by Galerie Quynh back in August when she was installing her show, with the help of friends from Sao La Collective (Đạt Nguyên + Luật Serpe).

It’s now the last week of “Towards Realist Socialization / trông thật khác, nhìn thực giống”, curated by Arlette Quỳnh-Anh Trần.

Head to Galerie Quynh if you haven't had a chance to see it in person, on view until 03/10!

Process photo: Bảo Châu and Đạt at Nest Studio in Huế.
Photo care of Bảo Châu.

Bảo Châu wearing Kaarem with Luật at Galerie Quynh.

Bảo Châu wearing Kaarem at Galerie Quynh.

Detail photo by Chương Phạm of "Everything falls down, the flames go up - Twin Kitchen".

Bảo Châu and Luật making prototypes for "Everything falls down, the flames go up - Twin Kitchen" at Cù Rú. Photo care of Bảo Châu.

Link: View The Full Photo Dialogue

About Cù Rú Bar

Quán rượu địa phương lấy cảm hứng từ bộ tộc mới hình thành ở phía Bắc, Lang Biang. Bộ tộc này sống trong hang động, họ tự làm rượu làm nông và chia sẻ cho mọi người. họ thích ngủ nhiều, không thích tắm nhưng chuộng bơi lội, làm tình,khi hứng họ làm thơ vẽ vời và đôi kahi họ làm video art.

Local wine bar which name inspired by a modern tribe locates in the north of Lang Biang. The people here live in the caves, they do farming and make wine to share with everybody, they love to sleep, dont like taking bath but love swimming, make love, when feeling inspired they make poems, painting and sometimes video art.

Cù Rú is based in Dalat since June 2019. Cù Rú’s goal, with the space of 700 square meters that consist a bar, library, garden, kitchen and workspace, is to expand opportunities for collaboration between artists and local farmers, engineers, botanists, nature preservationists...etc.

Due to the advantages of Da Lat's rich and complex history, culture, ethnology, economy, agro-forestry,.. artists, researchers, curators can find inspiration and source for their works.

Cù Rú now hosts an open residency and exchange program that welcomes all artists, curators, researchers.

Address: 02, Phạm Hồng Thái, P. 10, Đà Lạt,​Việt Nam
Link: Cù Rú Bar

About Que

Quê của bạn ởi đâu / Where is your hometown?

QUE is KAAREM’s cozy new home in Bình Thạnh, Sài Gòn. QUE (wɛ˧˧) serves as a physical place of meeting with the purpose of creating conversations and connections through craft, design and art. We hope that our designs, garments, and shared meals foster community and collaboration here in Vietnam and around the world.

KAAREM (kä·rəm) is a contemporary design brand rooted in Vietnamese tradition, including its signature use of a handcrafted áo dài blind stitch. Each piece is made with care in KAAREM’s design and production studio just three blocks down the road from QUE.

KAAREM’s name comes from the phonetic way our parents’ generation would pronounce crème -- an anachronistic way of saying ice cream in Vietnamese. With an accent, QUE can refer to hometown. With the accent removed, QUE can refer to a cone -- like an ice cream cone ;) Welcome.