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Local artist’s exhibition celebrates National Day

An exhibition of 52 paintings by local artist Duy Ninh is on display at the city’s Fine Arts Museum, 78 Le Duan street, in celebration of the 74th National Day.

The Bridge, oil on canvas by artist Duy Ninh, is on display at Da Nang Fine Arts Museum. Photo courtesy of the Fine Arts Museum


A Land of Man, monoprint byartist Duy Ninh. Photo courtesy of the Fine Arts Museum

The museum said the exhibition, which opened last weekend, includes a collection of paintings by the Thừa Thiên-Huế-born artist, including unique monoprint, oil, acrylic and silk works on topics of sea, life, love and people that he had created over 40 years.

Crescent Moon Serenada, Monoprint, display at 78 Le Duan street, in Da Nang. Photo courtesy of theFine Arts Museum

Ninh, 68, has held several solo exhibitions in HCM City, Hanoi, Da Nang and Hoi An, as well as joint events in Denmark and the US.

His paintings expressed the complicated inner feelings of human beings that he hoped peace will finally come when art is honoured as a religion.

The Heroic Song of the Mother, monoprint, by Duy Ninh. Photo courtesy of the Fine Arts Museum

The exhibition will run till September 4.

Mother's Happiness, oil on canvas by Duy Ninh. Photo courtesy of the Fine Arts Museum

A collection of 400 wood and stone sculptures, paintings, installation and contemporary paintings is also regularly displayed at the museum. — VNS


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