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Jan 28, 2024 / 17:21

Hanoi Spring in the works of prominent artists

The exhibition features 36 unique works of art by famous artists such as Bui Xuan Phai, Nguyen Nghia Duyen and traditional Hang Trong folk painting.

Hanoi Spring, an exhibition at the Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts, Hanoi, features 36 unique artworks by famous artists selected from the museum's modern art collection and Hang Trong folk painting collection.

Visitors contemplate artworks by prominent artists. Photo: VNA

Nguyen Anh Minh, Director of the Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts, emphasized that spring in Hanoi is a unique feature and a source of inspiration for artists. Many literary and artistic works about spring have been imprinted on people's minds.

"As for visual arts, the atmosphere, scenery, and harmony of Hanoi's spring have always been a source of inspiration for many generations of artists. This source never stops, just like the four seasons that sequence in a year, just like life that is always moving, developing and breeding," he said.

The exhibition shows the beauty of Hanoi in the spring time. Photo: VNA

On display are unique paintings and prints about spring and the beauty of the capital's tradition, such as Going to Tet Market, Five Kinds of Fruits, or Flower Market by painters Nguyen Tien Chung, Pham Van Don, and Tran Luu Hau.

Some artworks depicted the moment of New Year's Eve, such as works by Le Quoc Loc, Nguyen Tu Nghiem, and Pham Viet Hai.

The spring atmosphere, beautiful spring landscapes, and pagoda ceremonies are reflected in the works of famous painters Bui Xuan Phai, Nguyen Nghia Duyen, and Nguyen Trong Kiem.

The exhibition features original works combined with 3D mapping projections. Photo courtesy of the museum.

A special feature of this exhibition is the application of digital graphic display, projection, and mapping.

According to Pham Trung Hung, Director of CMYK Vietnam Co., Ltd, the exhibition of original works combined with graphic techniques and 3D mapping projection will bring a new experience to the public. The exhibition continues to utilize the superiority of digital technology in displaying fine artworks, providing solutions to promote the value of artworks. In particular, precious works and national treasures will be displayed more frequently and made widely accessible to the art-loving public at home and abroad.

"This unique combination promises to create strong emotions for the public. Because visitors can immerse themselves in the painting or role-play as the main character in the work," Hung said.

The exhibition runs until February 25 at the Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts, 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hanoi.

The exhibition promises to be an attractive destination for art lovers. Photo courtesy of the museum