Father and daughter artists Nguyễn Đức Sáng and Nguyễn Thùy Dương are displaying their oil-lacquer paintings together for the first time in Hà Nội.
The group is trying to turn the area at the foot of Long Biên Bridge, which is mostly frequented by homeless people and scrap-iron dealers, into an attractive spot for local youths and tourists.
So many things that people may throw away can be put to good use. An example is the pieces of silk that are left behind by tailors. An enterprise in Hà Nội uses them to make paintings and postcards. It is all the idea of a disabled person who has now also given jobs to other disabled people.
A stamp celebrating the 90th founding anniversary of the Communist Party of Việt Nam (February 3) has just been launched in Hà Nội.
Vụn Art is a social enterprise specialising in crafting products from silk debris.
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.”
An exhibition featuring artworks inspired by rats has opened in Hà Nội to celebrate the Lunar New Year of the Rat, gathering artists from the G39 group.