Photo Exhibition at Art Vietnam Gallery “Vietnam – 25 Years Documenting a Changing Country”Li

Opening: Fri 10 Apr 2015, 6 pm   Exhibition: 10 Apr – 08 May 2015  Art Vietnam Gallery

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Glimmers of hope for Vietnamese to collect artworks

After many years of being almost exclusively oriented to foreign clients, some galleries are finding appropriate ways to return to the potential of the local market. The original methods they thought of in the beginning included organizing a sales network, and having art showcased at artist’s private homes or in the courtyards of some friendly embassies, or at newly opened hotels. They also tried to understand and study the psychology of Vietnamese clients in fine arts and sculpture. A … [Read more...]

Event: Zodiac exhibition pays homage to Tet tradition

Zodiac animals look playful and lively at a joint exhibition by two eclectic artists that opened in Ha Noi recently to celebrate the Year of the Goat.Animal art: Artwork by French artist Lolo Zazar depicts a goat for the Year of the Goat (above). A painting inspired by Sino-Nom scripts by Nguyen Quang Thang for the Year of the Roaster (right).

Zodiac animals look playful and lively at a joint exhibition by two eclectic artists that opened in Ha Noi recently to celebrate the Year of the Goat.Animal art: Artwork by French artist Lolo Zazar depicts a goat for the Year of the Goat (above). A painting inspired by Sino-Nom scripts by Nguyen Quang Thang for the Year of the Roaster (right). Artists Nguyen Quang Thang and Lolo Zazar have different styles. However, they share the desire to celebrate the new year, honour the past and welcome … [Read more...]

The Hong Kong Connection

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VietNamNet Bridge - Even though Vietnam has developed a market for contemporary art, domestic galleries continue to invest in expensive Hong Kong exhibition space to show Vietnamese artworks. Cristina Nualart asks why this is happening and if it's a good thing. The people at the centre of this weren't alive when it all started. … [Read more...]

“A women’s view” exhibition in Hanoi

Some works at the exhibition

(CPV) - Eight well-known Vietnamese women artists in the contemporary art scene will present their new works with lacquer paintings, sculptures, installation and video art in an exhibition titled "A women's view". Opening from 9am to 7pm, the event will last from March 8-23 at Goethe Institute Hanoi, 56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc street, Ba Dinh district. Women have been always active as artists but until now they are less represented and have less visibility in the still male-dominated art world-on … [Read more...]

Ha Noi artist Dinh Y Nhi asks passionate questions (November 17, 2003)

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Lady in red: The Inner World of Dinh Y Nhi No. 16 … [Read more...]

The Changing Face of Hanoi: Vietnamese Art Show in Hong Kong

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Suzanne Lecht Hanoi...an enchanting city of romance steeped in sadness and tradition. Ancient architecture, achingly beautiful, graces paths winding through the myriad of treasures spilling out onto the streets of the old quarters. Cyclos dreamily encircle Hoan Kiem Lake, their passengers silently gazing at the vibrant, happening place...businessmen, tourists, adventure seekers, art collectors, all flocking in with the hopes of capturing a little of the magic dust. … [Read more...]

A World in Portraits

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