Exhibition celebrates Vietnamese Women’s Day

An exhibition marking the Vietnamese Women’s Day (October 20) will be held at Ho Chi Minh City Labor Culture Palace.

The display features 70 lacquer and oil paintings on the country and Vietnamese people by 43 members of the Ho Chi Minh City Labor Culture Palace‘s Fine Arts Club.

On the occasion, new members the Fine Arts Club will admit 11 new members, including Japanese artist Hideko Kanno who has lived in Ho Chi Minh City for 9 years. The Japanese painter usually participated in the club’s activities and created more than 20 art works.


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