A painting by Nguyễn Thanh Huyền will be exhibited at the Phiêu (Flownes) event.in HCM City Fine Arts Museum. Photos courtesy of the artist
HCM CITY — A group of 22 painters from across the country will showcase their artworks at the HCM City Fine Arts Museum this month.
The group called Phiêu (Flownes) will open their exhibition which is also called Flownes, on September 11 at 97A Phó Đức Chính Street, District 1.
The event held by Art Space will mark the first time the group, based in Hà Nội and HCM City, work together to present various colours of life and their creations.
The event is also considered the crossing point of the painters’ emotional inspiration which is presented through materials such as oil on canvas, lacquer, acrylic, watercolor, silk, poonah paper and ceramic.
"Nameless" - one of the works on display by Bùi Hoàng Dương.
“The purpose of the Phiêu group is to provide viewers with their latest outstanding works of different materials, visual language and style but with a common love just for art,” said artist Bùi Hoàng Dương.
The art pieces are expected to present refreshing emotions in which colours, lines and cubes are no longer barriers to the expression of art.
“Through the event, the artists hope to create a link with audiences from north to south. They expect to provide at least two similar exhibitions every year in Hà Nội and HCM City,” said Dương.
A painting by Nguyễn Xuân Hoàng.
With the perspective that art reflects differences and unique characteristics should be respected, this get-together promises refreshing achievements.
The exhibition will evoke beautiful emotions and link collectors and art enthusiasts, said the organiser.
It will be open until September 19. VNS