Vietnamese modern arts bound for Rome

June 1, 2006

 
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A work by Phan Ke An.

VietNamNet – Eighty artworks by 30 Vietnamese painters will be displayed at an exhibition of modern Vietnamese art at the Palazzo Vittoriano Museum in Rome, Italy, from June 16 to July 16, 2006.

 

The exhibition is one of several activities of the Vietnamese Cultural Days in Rome. This is considered a rare chance for Vietnamese painters to introduce their works to Italian art lovers.

 

The exhibition is the pride and also a challenge for Vietnamese artists, whose works are being shown for the first time.

 

Nguyen Huu Hung (a Vietnamese Italian who returned to Vietnam in 1995 and was granted the Knight title by the Italian government in 2000 for his contribution to strengthening the friendship between Vietnam and Italy) takes an important role in organizing this exhibition.

 

Mr Hung said that under the assistance of the Vietnam Arts Museum, Gallery Apricot, Gallery Art Vietnam, some Vietnamese collectors of paintings and experts, the organizers selected 80 modern artworks to show in the exhibition. The works are the fruits of painters like Phan Ke An, Khuc Thanh Binh, Nguyen Thanh Binh, Trong Cat, Thanh Chuong, Le Thiet Cuong, Do Quang Em, Quach Dong Phuong, Dinh Thi Tham Phong, Phan Cam Thuong, and Le Quoc Viet.

 

Also in the exhibition will be costumes of ethnic minority groups in the northern mountainous region of Vietnam, along with some minority groups from the south, like Van Kieu, Ede, Gia Rai, Cham and Khmer. The costumes are selected from 286 outfits collected by the Vietnam Arts Museum.

 

The Vietnam Arts Museum will also present four lacquer and two oil paintings selected from its archives, including Learning a trade by Le Ngoc Hieu (1967), Work for the South by Nguyen Trong Cap (1966), Evening sun by Cao Trong Thiem (1994), Missing an afternoon in the northwestern region by Phan Ke An (1955), Binh Lang night by Do Dong (1975), and Prepare to cross the river by Nguyen Hoang (2000).

 

(Source: Van Hoa)

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One Response to “Vietnamese modern arts bound for Rome”

  1. Nguyen Linh Says:

    DON’T EVER BELIEVE THE ARTISTS OF VIETNAM AND THEIR ART DEALERS. IF YOU DON’T WANT TO TAKE THEIR SHITS!!!
    ART DEALERS FOR THE VIETNAMESE ARTISTS IN VIETNAM ARE SO MISCHIEVOUS AND FUCKING BLACK-HEARTED.
    ALL THE ARTISTS OF VIETNAM ARE MOTHERFUCKING MONEY-MANIACS AND DOUCHE-BAGS…


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