Hà Nội’s streets new and old have inspired artist Nguyễn Anh Minh to find his own painting style, after years of searching.
A painting exhibition entitled Chuối Rừng (Wild Banana) featuring nearly 40 artworks by artist Trần Ngọc Hưng opened yesterday in Hà Nội.
The artist Vũ Thị Nguyệt Ánh works in an unusual medium: butterfly wings, which she uses to depict classically Vietnamese scenes of ancient villages and bucolic fields.
At the age of 80, Nguyễn Thị Phi Loan is still connected to the realm of art thanks to her work in the medium of paper and fabric.
Nguyễn Phương Anh, a 12-year-old student from Hà Nội Amsterdam School, thought plastic bags found their final resting place in the dustbin until she joined an educational project on plastic recycling.
In a tiny workshop perched atop a narrow four-storey house in an alley of Hà Nội’s Old Quarter, Nguyễn Văn Hòa puts the final touches on a handmade paper Spiderman mask – a fresh take on a traditional Mid-Autumn Festival toy.
Fifty booths featuring fish breeding equipment and 200 ponds for ornamental fish are on display at the third Ornamental Fish Festival.
The people and landscape of Hà Nội from the period 1950-1960 are reflected at an exhibition of late artist Lê Văn Xương (1917-88).
Thăng Long Imperial Citadel will become a catwalk for the Việt Nam International Junior Fashion Week 2018 on September 21-23.
More than 150 paintings, graphic works, engraved works and sculptures by art students nationwide are on display at the HCM City Fine Arts Association.