VOV.VN -The Golden Bridge in the central city of Da Nang city has been included among a list of the most awe-inspiring statues and sculptures worldwide by travel website Love Exploring.
About 120 paintings and sculptures by international and Vietnamese artists have gone on display at the Vietnam Fine Arts University.
Statues of traditional sacred animals guarding the gates of temples, pagodas and relics are gradually replacing fiercer looking animals designed in China, but made in Vietnam.
Forty-two sculptures in the themes of youth and love are on display at an exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City’s Van Thanh Tourist Park.
A small province just 56 kilometers west of Bangkok, Nakhon Pathom is recognized for food safety and cultural tourism. It is also a major source for agricultural production and agro-industry.
Three sculptures and 20 paintings by renowned Vietnamese and other Southeast Asian artists will go under the hammer at an auction in Ho Chi Minh City on December 17.
An exhibition themed Vietnamese Sacred Animals is showcasing over 200 images and objects in Hanoi to mark the Vietnam Cultural Heritage Day (November 23).
The southern region’s largest exhibition this year, featuring 200 paintings and sculptures, is on display at the Tien Giang Conference Centre in Can Tho City.
An exhibition of ancient and modern sculptures is being held at Maison Des Arts in Hanoi.
Coal is a fuel but also a raw material used to produce beautiful artworks.
(VOV) -An exhibition showcasing more than 70 statues of ancient ceramics, dating back thousands of years, opened at the National History Museum in Hanoi on April 22.
(VOV) -A national sculpture exhibition opened at the Hanoi Museum on December 11 to showcase the best works created by local artists over the past ten years.
A fascinating and inspirational sculptural exhibition entitled ‘The Birds’ has opened at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum in Hanoi, according to Nhan dan (People’s) online.