Exhibition “Little Joy” by Artist Ly Hung Anh


Exhibition: 27 Jan – 27 Feb 2016, 9.30 am – 6 pm Dong Phong Art Gallery 03 Ly Dao Thanh Street Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi Dong Phong Art Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition “Little Joy” by artist Ly Hung Anh. The show will be held from 27th January to 27th February, 2016 at #3 Ly Dao Thanh street, Hanoi. … Lightly It is a harmony of a song It is a peaceful quietness It is to listen to vibration of touching It is a little … [Read more...]

Tet Art Fair debuts in Hanoi, aims to revive collecting tradition


Traditionally, Vietnam's Lunar New Year celebration needs to include hanging some new paintings on the wall, as many believe artwork not only adds colors to the festival but can also push away bad luck. A painting of a goat at Tet Art . Photo credit: VnExpress … [Read more...]

Event: Exhibition “Winter Hues” by Ha Manh Thang

On the occasion of the New Year 2015, Dong Phong Art Gallery is pleased to present several new works entitled "Winter Hues" by artist Ha Manh Thang. He has recently created these paintings with inspiration from the cold northern winter in Hanoi. This is a unique opportunity for you to see his visions of landscapes and nature from the places where the artist lives and experiences. Exhibition: 18 Jan - 28 Feb 2015, 9.30 am - 6.30 pm Dong Phong Art Gallery 03 Ly Dao Thanh Street Hoan Kiem … [Read more...]

Exhibition “Townscapes”

"Townscapes" is a solo exhibition by the accomplished artist Do Minh Tam held in the small Dong Phong Gallery, known to art lovers for several successful art shows earlier this year. The exhibition will display the most recent of Do Minh Tam's extraordinary paintings, showing new talents of an artist who is already well known for his brilliant abstract motives. Being the festive season, these paintings might become wonderful Christmas and/or New Year gifts to lovers of Vietnamese fine … [Read more...]

Program “Start with ArtSee”

Center for Contemporary Art (5th floor, Vietnam Women's Museum - 36 Ly Thuong Kiet St., Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi) proudly introduces the special program ArtSee to take advantage of art in forming and developing such "21st century skills" as problem solving skill, teamwork skill, time management skill, critical thinking, self-directed, creative thinking, etc. Within the framework of art education programs "ArtSee" at Center of Contemporary Art, you are invited to the first course titled "Start … [Read more...]

Hanoi: Exhibition “Not Quite Landscapes”

An exhibition showcasing lacquer paintings by Vu Duc Trung is held at Dong Phong Art Gallery on 12 Oct will lead you into the depth of Vietnamese traditional lacquer art. The show will depict the mystery of nature, leading customers to various perceptions and emotions. Come and feel... Once again, artist Vu Duc Trung will present lacquer-art to his admirers at the solo exhibition "Not Quite Landscapes" opening at Dong Phong Art Gallery in Hanoi on 12th October 2014. Vu Duc Trung last exhibited … [Read more...]

Italian painter to hold art exhibition in northern Vietnam next week

An Italian female artist will open her art exhibition on contemporary Vietnam in Hanoi next week, the Vietnamese Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism said Friday on its website. The exhibit, "Attimi - Images of the Ordinary in Vietnam," by Italian artist Barbara Pellizzari is scheduled to run from September 18 to October 2 at Casa Italia, 18 Le Phung Hieu Street, Hoan Kiem District. The event will feature the images of contemporary Vietnam in its everyday reality seen through the personal … [Read more...]

Exhibition “Catalyst” at Dong Phong Gallery

Exhibition Catalyst-Le Quy Tong-Dong Phong gallery Exhibition: 09 Sep - 09 Oct 2014 Dong Phong Art Gallery 03 Ly Dao Thanh Street Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi Open everyday from 9.30 am to 6 pm Catalyst is a mini-show that marks a new turn for the talented artist Le Quy Tong. His reputation is already well established through plenty of remarkable works of art with multiple themes: the structures of bridges, roads and architecture, weapons, and expressionist portraits. In this exhibition, … [Read more...]

Indulging a love for lustrous lacquer


The Vietnamese knew how to process raw lacquer more than 2,000 years ago, but it was only in the early part of the 20 th century that it was transformed from a decorative craft into the modern pictorial art form we know and love. Le Ha reports. Past master: Phan Ke An , a renowned lacquer artist who painted the award-winning picture Remembering an Afternoon in the Northwest. — VNS Photos Viet Thanh … [Read more...]