“Sri Lanka in Hà Nội: A Cultural Fiesta” will give the Vietnamese a chance to discover the culture of the island country from April 27-29 at Vietnamese Women’s Museum.
The bark of the cajuput tree can be used for art. An artist called Hoàng Nhân taught himself to paint on it.
Alexandre Dang, an artist from France, is holding a multimedia site-specific exhibition on new perceptions linked with topics such as energy, movement and environment in Hà Nội.
Over 80 copies of paintings from the collection “Sketches of the Resistance Wars” are on display at an exhibition that opened on Tuesday at Đắk Lắk Museum in the central province of Đắk Lắk.
The cajuput tree—tràm in Vietnamese—is known for its spongy bark, white flowers and its oil that is prized for its usefulness in aromatherapy. Now a local man creatively uses it as a medium for producing art.
Two dinosaur skeletons marketed as hip design objects – one of a diplodocus, the other of an allosaurus – sold for more than 1.4 million euros (US$1.7 million) apiece at auction in Paris on Wednesday.
The historical play Thái Hậu Dương Vân Nga (Queen Mother Dương Vân Nga) by famous scriptwriters Hoa Phượng and Chi Lăng will be restaged in a new version to celebrate 100 years of cải lương (reformed opera).
The lifestyle and culture of the ethnic Dao have an aura of mystique, but authorities are now keen on developing and preserving them.
A silk painting by a popular female painter Lê Thị Lựu (1911-1988) was sold for US$207,821 at an auction sale by Sotherby’s in Hong Kong on Sunday.
Two paintings by the late Vietnamese artist Nguyễn Huyến have been sold at a Hong Kong auction for almost US$22,000.