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ART SCENES | EXHIBITIONS | VN CULTURE | ART ASSOCIATIONS | ETHNIC MINORITIES

Four young artists’ exhibition on women (June 04, 2005)
 Four young artists Ha Huu Tam, Nguyen Tran Cuong, Nguyen Ngoc Quan and Vu Duc Trung are joining in their first painting exhibition with perennial theme of women.
Sometimes, words simply aren’t enough (May 24, 2005)
 Unable to express themselves fully in words, four accomplished Vietnamese writers have turned to the medium of painting to find new ways to tell their stories. Nga Son takes a look.
Sanh marks history with portraiture (May 24, 2005)
 Portraits by painter and sculptor To Sanh of Vietnamese and international historic and literary figures are on display in an exhibition entitled Nhan Tai Va Thien Tai (talent and Genius) at the Ho Chi Minh City Exhibition House.
Five writers display paintings: an impromptu inspiration (May 12, 2005)
 Five writers Nguyen Quang Thieu, Doan Le, Do Minh Tuan, Hoang Minh Tuong and Tran Nhuong have surprised the public with a joint painting exhibition.
Dien Bien Phu through Huy Toan’s paintings (May 12, 2005)
 Huy Toan is considered the artistic story teller on the Dien Bien Phu battle as he has created a large number of paintings on the subject.
Exhibition after 30 years pursuing the art (May 11, 2005)
 Couple Thanh Loc and Bach Lan are holding their first exhibition entitled ‘Paintings’ Focus’ at the Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts Association at 218 A Pasteur, district 3 from May 6 – 16. On display are 28 lacquer paintings portraying women and children.
Exhibition explores rural, urban culture (May 09, 2005)
 Award-winning Vietnamese sculptor Dam Dang Lai's first solo exhibition in his native country, following several successful shows in his current home of Japan, is fittingly titled 1-2-3-4-5, a name which represents the progression of Lai's work over the last five years and also evokes the themes of progression and transiency which his sculptures express.
Brit-raised Vietnamese artist imbues utility with style (May 04, 2005)
 An exhibition of functional ceramic and metal works by Vietnamese-British artist Kaya Hoang opened recently in Hanoi.
Pham Do Dong, a soldier-painter (August 21, 2005)
 Graduating from Hanoi Fine Arts Collegein 1968, painter Pham Do Dong volunteered to go to the battle field to find a path of creation. He created paintings of the war and the liberation soldiers throughout the Truong Son Range and the Southern battle fields and he forged a niche on this path.
Japanese photographer's love for Vietnam (April 30, 2005)
 A first glimpse of the photo exhibit now on display at the Ho Chi Minh City Journalists' Association would leave one to assume that the images were taken by a Vietnamese photographer.

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