Experts discuss ways to touch up Vietnam art market

Prev Next  Several experts, including a revered Swiss art history doctorate holder, have pinpointed the numerous problems that have impeded the Vietnamese art sector from thriving. >> An audio version of the story is available here Tuoi Tre

Prev Next Several experts, including a revered Swiss art history doctorate holder, have pinpointed the numerous problems that have impeded the Vietnamese art sector from thriving. >> An audio version of the story is available here Tuoi Tre

Dr. Ildegarda E. Scheidegger, a respected Swiss fine arts expert. Photo:What Vietnamese insiders have to say

A copyist is seen 'multiplying' paintings in an art workshop. Photo:

A copyist is seen 'multiplying' paintings in an art workshop. Photo:

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