Lacquer paintings belong to the Vietnamese, said Bui Thi Thanh Mai, deputy-director of the Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts, while concluding a seminar on lacquer art held yesterday in Hanoi.
Lacquer paintings depicting nature, plants and flowers throughout the year are on display at an exhibition by artist Nguyen Tran Cuong.
Two lacquer paintings by artists Nguyen Gia Tri and Phi Phi Oanh are being exhibited at gallery 1 of the National Gallery of Singapore.
The Hanoi-based Art Tunnel Gallery and the Republic of Korea's Hansae Yes24 Foundation will jointly organise an exhibition of about 42 lacquer paintings by 14 Vietnamese artists in downtown Seoul next month.
(VOV) - An exhibition casting the spotlight on the uniqueness of the metaphorical cultural identity of Vietnam was recently wrapped up at the International Conference Centre in Geneva.
(VOV) -A month-long exhibition, featuring over 40 contemporary lacquers paintings and 200 handicraft products created by Vietnamese artists and artisans, opened in Marseille, France on February 21.
(VOV) -An exhibition in Paris, which opened on February 4, is casting the spotlight on more than 23 lacquer and rice paintings of Vietnamese artist Mai Dac Linh.
(VOV) -Vietnam Days in Venice kicked off on June 14 with a week-long photography exhibition featuring Vietnam-Italy friendship in the 1960s and 1970s.
(VOV) -Mexican Labour Party (PT) Secretary General Alberto Anaya Gutiérrez visited the Vietnamese pavilion at the fifth Friends' Culture Fair in Reforma Avenue, Mexico City, on June 9.
Different trends of Vietnam’s contemporary art have been introduced to Russian art lovers through a painting exhibition recently held in the Russian city of Vladivostok.
(VOV) -A unique art exhibition themed ‘Think Different’ was launched in Hanoi on October 5 to mark the first anniversary of the death of Steve Jobs.
Three emerging Vietnamese artists have had their work featured in a lacquer painting exhibition held by the Republic of Korea’s Cultural Centre in Hanoi.
Sixty lacquer paintings by Vietnamese artists Nguyen Thanh Binh and Dao Hai Phong were showcased at an exhibition in Tokyo on Nov. 21.