The history-inspired video has garnered more than 21 million views on YouTube since its May 13 release and is currently third on the YouTube trending list for the country.
The exhibition will run until June 3 at Manzi Exhibition Space, 2 Hàng Bún Alley.
Five emerging artists or groups of artists will have a chance to engage deeply with traditional disciplines of Vietnamese performing arts and music via a residency programme which will be started on March 1.
Ngô Lực, a painter and architect in HCM City, believes it is necessary “to open more art spaces in the city to deepen aesthetic appreciation and creativity among people, especially youth.”
For French sculptor Ariel Moscovici, joining local and international artists at the Art in the Forest (AIF) project in the northern province of Vĩnh Phúc was a unique experience.
The first exhibition in Việt Nam to unite three disciplines, fashion, architecture and visual arts, is being held in HCM City from November 30 to December 14.