The authorities of Phu Nhuan District in Ho Chi Minh City have worked with a local coffee shop to organize an exhibition of paintings and artifacts to look back at the past year of fighting against Covid-19.
Artist Nguyen Ngoc Phuong has opened an exhibition 'Niệm' (Opinion) in Hanoi, showcasing his lacquer paintings that were inspired by the historic flooding in the central region.
The HCM City Fine Arts Association is hosting a month-long exhibition of its members’ artworks to celebrate its 40th anniversary which falls on November 28.
The British Consulate-General in Ho Chi Minh City is collaborating with British artist Richard J Fawcett to present an exhibition honoring the beauty of HCM City.
A panorama of the Vietnamese ceramics throughout over-2,000-year history will be reflected through an exhibition set to open at the Vietnam National Museum of History in Hanoi on November 19.
For the second time, the Goethe-Institut Hanoi presents Gute Aussichten - New German Photography 2021 in cooperation with the Mat ca Photography Space.
Paintings by French-Israeli artist Jennifer Amouyal are being showcased at the “Wanderlust” exhibition that opened on October 26 in Hanoi Café in Tel Aviv downtown.
Museum No Hero in Delden of the Netherlands has opened an exhibition introducing paintings by many Vietnamese artists, which belong to the collection of Dutch entrepreneur Geert Steinmeijer.
Photos on the Mekong River by Lam Duc Hien are on display at French Cultural Centre until September 12 in Hanoi.
An exhibition featuring the latest lacquer works by Hanoi-based artist Nguyen Tuan Cuong will open its door to the public from Friday at Manzi Art Space in Hanoi.
Young European and Vietnamese have the chance to spark conversations about values in a pandemic-hit world through a project supported by the Belgian embassy.
The late President Ho Chi Minh and Vietnamese soldiers are featured in paintings at a new exhibition at the Ngo Art Gallery in HCM City.
French creative duo Punk Dragon have launched an exhibition in Hanoi with a range of special boxes showcasing the Vietnamese landscape and local people going about their daily lives.
“The Showcase: Dan Ni” exhibition offers the community a chance to admire the world of everyday artefacts, urban solitude and forgotten presences.