Fine art exhibition supports AO victims

A photo and fine art exhibition opened in Ho Chi Minh City on November 12 to raise funds for Agent Orange/dioxin victims in the southern province of Tay Ninh.

The exhibition is showcasing 34 oil paintings, 35 black and white and colour photos taken by a group of artists and photographers after their fact-finding tours of Tan Binh and Chau Thanh districts in late July this year.

Through the event, the authors expressed their deep sentiments towards AO victims and called for donations from the public to them.

The exhibition will last until November 20.

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