Event: Exhibition “3600 Days”

You are invited to the exhibition titled “3600 days” by young artist Tran Quoc Long.

Opening: Sat 29 Nov 2014, 4 pm

Exhibition: 29 Nov – 13 Dec 2014 (expected)

Café Ngõ quán

51 Chau Long, Hanoi

The personal exhibition features more than 30 artworks created during 10 years. 3600 days is the amount of time since this young man left his hometown for Hanoi to pursue his dream in visual art. The predominant material he used is lacquer, besides oil and acrylic. The brainchild of Tran Quoc Long might be strange and extraordinary in the eyes of others, but they are definitely resulted from his serious attitude to work and restless creative endeavor.

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