Event: Painting exhibition celebrates Year of Goat

Ten painters and sculptors are displaying their artworks at an exhibition which opened in Hanoi on February 1 to feature the image of the Goat in celebration of the upcoming lunar New Year Festival 2015 – (Tet Ky Mui – the Year of the Goat).

Most artists use traditional materials such as Do paper and India ink to create their paintings of the Goat – one of the 12 animal signs of the Zodiac.

The exhibition is taking place at Flora Café, No.713 Lac Long Quan street in Hanoi’s Tay Ho district, and will last until March 1.

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