Art exhibition marks 40 years of national reunification


A painting of late Uncle Ho at the exhibition (Photo: VOV)

An exhibition themed “40- year impression ” opened in Ho Chi Minh City on April 21 as part of activities to mark the 40th anniversary of the liberation of the South and national reunification ( April 30 , 1975 – 2015).

The exhibition features roughly 200 pieces of artwork themed “Study and follow the late President Ho Chi Minh ’s moral example”, new-style rural building, and sea and island sovereignty protection.

It aims to present national pride in building and protecting the country through the artwork including oil and lacquer paintings, sculptures, digital and pastel drawings.

The event will run until May in the city’s Fine Art Museum.-VNA

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