Contemporary art exhibition opens in Hanoi

Created 14 February 2019
  • PDF
Editor Choice
Share
(0 votes, average 0 out of 5)

An exhibition named Tranh Tối Tranh Sáng (The Twilight between Light and Darkness) has opened in Hanoi for fans of contemporary art.

Contemporary art exhibition, Vietnam economy, Vietnamnet bridge, English news about Vietnam, Vietnam news, news about Vietnam, English news, Vietnamnet news, latest news on Vietnam, Vietnam

Contemporary art exhibition, Vietnam economy, Vietnamnet bridge, English news about Vietnam, Vietnam news, news about Vietnam, English news, Vietnamnet news, latest news on Vietnam, Vietnam

Contemporary art exhibitions are still relatively new in Vietnam. Tranh Tối Tranh Sáng will be on display until March 12. — Photo anninhthudo.vn

The exhibition features more than 20 works (including paintings, videos and objects) by 15 contemporary artists from various studios in Hanoi, Thai Binh and Hue including Nguyen The Son, Tran Hau Yen The and Vu Kim Thu. The exhibition uses lighting technology to create different effects.

“This exhibition is a combination of works, reiterating the inspiration of the teamwork of the 15 artists who participated in the art project in the National Assembly basement recently,” said the exhibition’s curator, visual artist Nguyen The Son.

“It is a project of continuous effort in a relatively short time trying to bring the artistic practices of contemporary trends with its capacity of interacting and initiating dialogue with the very special cultural, historical and political space of the National Assembly,” Son said.

A 28-minute documentary film will also be shown, telling the story of the three-month process the 15 artists and more than 100 handicraft artisans and technicians undertook to complete the art project in the basement of the National Assembly building last November.

The exhibition is open to the public until March 12 at 12 Hoa Ma Street. 

 

Source: VNS - Bridge

Maybe You Also Interesting :

» The fine art of listening to a Vietnamese museum’s stories

Works at the Vietnam National Museum of Fine Arts in Hanoi tell fascinating stories from the Bronze Age through revolutions.

» EVN sells 7.5% stake of its financial arm for $10 million

Vietnam Electricity (EVN) has sold 16.25 million shares of its financial arm EVN Finance Joint Stock Company (EVN Finance) for more than VNĐ219 billion...

» Saigon vegan buffet where you pay what you can

Man Tu is a buffet restaurant in Saigon with an array of vegan foods but without prices; customers can pay what they want, anonymously.

Popular News Categories:

- Asia & Asean  |  EU & Russia  |  America

- Facts  |  Urban  |  Faculty  |  Environment

- Business  |  Finance  |  Market Health

- Destination  |  Cuisine  |  Arts Music

- Cinema  |  Soccer  |  Sports  |  IT & Internet