28/12/2017 14:59 GMT+7 Email Print Like 0

Korean art exhibition to celebrate diplomatic relations

An art exhibition entitled Vi cuoc song là vay (As Years Go By) to celebrate 25 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and the Republic of Korea is now open in the capital city of Hanoi.

The exhibition displays paintings by Vietnamese artists Trinh Tuan, Nguyen Ngoc Quan, Vu Huu Nhung and Le Anh Vu. It is organised by the Korean Culture Centre and held at 49 Nguyen Du street, Hai Ba Trung district.

The centre wishes to show its appreciation toward Vietnamese artists, the significant chains in two sides cultural exchange work between two countries via the exhibition.

The exhibition includes 30 artworks painted on materials like metal, pottery, lacquer, oil and acrylic on all-silk fabric, which show multi-dimesional and vivid portrayals of each author’s personal experiences.

Tuan is an artist working with laccol and traditional techniques. Quan is versatile with various materials like water painting, acrylics and oil painting. Meanwhile, Nhung is well-known by his brand Gom Nhung with the Phu Lang traditional steeling technique and Vu is a sculpturist working in various materials.

The exhibition runs until January 6, 2018.
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