Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI — Eighty artworks conveying the unique personalities and styles of 40 contemporary Vietnamese artists are on display at the exhibition Listen, Watch and Tell.
The exhibition gathers work in various styles and materials by a wide range of artists, including Đào Anh Khánh, Lê Anh Vân, Lê Quý Tông, Lê Thông, Liêu Nguyễn Hướng Dương, Lim Khim Katy, Nguyễn Thế Hùng, and Vũ Đình Tuấn.
The exhibition marks a 20-year milestone for Hà Nội Studio and is intended to showcase the development of Vietnamese contemporary fine arts, according to Dương Thu Hằng, owner of Hà Nội Studio.
Since opening two decades ago, Hà Nội Studio has contributed to developing the fine arts market, promoting domestic artworks to the world and offering a space for artists to create and exchange ideas.
Divergent: Works representing the unique personalities, opinions and styles of 40 contemporary Vietnamese artists are on display at the exhibition Listen, Watch and Tell. — VNS Photo Minh Thu
Artist Vũ Đình Tuấn who is known for silk paintings and wood-blocks, said Hà Nội Studio is more than a gallery. It inspires artists and provides them a platform to introduce their works to the public.
Tuấn introduced two paintings at the exhibition, including Peacock in Love and Silently Waiting for Flower Blooming. These silk paintings were displayed in the US in September.
“We invite people to watch the paintings, installation art and sculptures, and then they will listen to the artists who tell their stories, inspiration and concerns of life,” Hằng said.
The exhibition will run until December 10 at the Exhibition House, 29 Hàng Bài Street, Hà Nội. — VNS