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24-karat gold plated dragons are hitting local markets ahead of the upcoming Lunar New Year of the Dragon, with the items selling for between several million and tens of millions of VND.
Sai Gon is sick, seriously sick. The pandemic has messed life up, made things disordered and left people strongly affected. A new art project is aiming to highlight the plight of the city, while encouraging the people to be strong and raising money
A panorama artwork of the Dien Bien Phu Campaign is expected to be officially debuted on May 7 in Dien Bien province to mark the Dien Bien Phu victory over French colonial rule.
Hanoi-born painter Bui Duc, famed for his lacquer paintings, surprised his fans when he presented his latest artworks at an exhibition that opened in the capital on Friday night.
Vietnam Institute for Arts Education (VIA Education) has made its debut in HCM City with a target to build a sustainable, vibrant, active and inspiring arts community that seeks to develop optimal standards in arts and creative education in Vietnam.
Artist Nguyen Duy Hoa’s first solo exhibition has opened at Vietnam Museum Fine Arts.
Painter Tuyen Nguyen on September 25 opened a solo exhibition portraying loneliness, especially during this period of social distancing, at the Craig Thomas Gallery in District 1, HCMC.
Thirty-two sculpture artists from Hanoi and HCM City will showcase their works at an exhibition in the centre of Hanoi from Friday to October 18.
Vietnamese French painter Cyril Kongo has opened his first gallery in Hanoi with the ambition of showcasing a range of graffiti pieces to local art lovers.