Hoi An paintings on silk at Sofitel Saigon Plaza

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A solo exhibition Phu Phiem ( Frivolity ) featuring paintings on silk by Bui Tien Tuan has opened at the Sofitel Saigon Plaza .

In the exhibition organised by the hotel and Craig Thomas Gallery , Tuan flaunts women’s beauty, fashion and the nude form on traditional Vietnamese silk.

Born in Hoi An in 1971, Tuan graduated from the HCM City Fine Arts College in 1998 where he now works as a lecturer.

The exhibition ends in early September at 17 Le Duan Street in District 1.

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