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Apr 05, 2021 / 14:40

Artworks of visual artists on display at ECO-SUS exhibition

The exhibition is a dialogue among scientists and artists about the matters of ecological nature and sustainable development.

An exhibition on sustainable development will take place in Quy Nhon city, the central coast province of Binh Dinh from April 9 to August.

A corner of ICISE in the central coast province of Binh Dinh. It is the only venue in Asia that had the honor to welcome 15 Nobel Prize winners. Photo: ICISE

The exhibition entitled ECO-SUS, organized for the first time at the province's International Centre for Interdisciplinary Science and Education (ICISE) will feature 11 artworks of visual artists across Vietnam, including Pham Thai Binh, Diego Cortizas Del Valle, Vu Xuan Dong and Tri Minh.

ECO-SUS is curated by artists The Son and Uu Dam, and opened along with Winter School for Sustainable Development with the participation of 100 excellent fellows and respected speakers organized by Danh Nguyen.

The ECO-SUS project is a way of continuing the dialogue among scientists and artists with issues such as ecological nature and sustainable development.

Most of the artists who participated in this project have previously been working on recent public art projects in Phuc Tan ward and Phung Hung street in Hanoi.

As this project has expanded to include a more diverse range of both artists and artistic mediums from three regions, the organizers want to give the viewers a new perspective of this unique architectural space and landscape, with new reflections and points of view through art in an oasis of science, in Binh Dinh amid the raging Covid-19.

ICISE is a European-style building inspired by Binh Dinh nature, is a remarkable architectural work designed by famous Jean François Milou.