From the perspective of young artist Nguyễn Xuân Lam, folk paintings proved their vitality in modern times at an exhibition of his works that opened in Hà Nội on Saturday.
Machinery might be taking over the printing craft, but one man and his family are confident the old ways are the best
A woodblock print entitled Đánh Cắp Giấc Mơ (Stealing the Dream) has earned Nguyễn Khắc Hân a Việt Nam Fine Arts Association Award 2019.
Thanks to the efforts of local authority, local artisans and collectors, Kim Hoàng painting doesn’t fade into oblivion but seems to be experiencing an impressive revival.
The exhibition “Vietnamese Folk Paintings” has opened at the Cao Văn Lầu Theatre in Bạc Liêu City to celebrate Tết (Lunar New Year).
A Hà Nội-based group keen on preserving the ancient values of communal houses will host its annual gathering featuring various traditional customs celebrating the Lunar New Year Festival on January 26&27 in the capital.
The Tropical X-Mas Art Market will be held from 10am to 6pm on December 1-2 at The Factory Contemporary Arts Centre on 15 Nguyễn Ư Dĩ Street in HCM City’s District 2.