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”Chase” 2013

VietNamNet Bridge – The exhibition titled “The Dreams I Chase” will open on July 19. This is an important part of the “Chase Hanoi” project, implemented by a group of Hanoi students. “Chase Hanoi” is the art project founded by a group of Vietnamese students. The main activity of the project is the photo exhibition ... Read More »

Sculpture exhibition ‘Seven’ opens in Hanoi

VietNamNet Bridge – Sculptors Pham Bao Son, Doan Huu Nga, Tran An, Hoang Mai Hiep, Pham Van Tuan, Luong Trinh and Phan Van Huong will open a joint exhibition called Seven on Sunday at 6pm. The name, which sounds rough like the sculptors’ personalities, reflects their passion for art and open-minded manner of approaching it, according to critic Vu Lam. ... Read More »

Bui Cong Duy to perform in “Autumn Melody”

VietNamNet Bridge – Violinist Bui Cong Duy and his wife – pianist Trinh Huong – will perform in “Autumn Melody” concert, the program honoring classical music of HCM City. Bui Cong Duy and his wife – pianist Trinh Huong. The Hanoi couple will appear in the second night of the concert, at the HCM City Opera House. They will play ... Read More »

EVENTS SCHEDULED FOR JULY 15

Sculpture Exhibition “Seven” Opening: Sat 20 Jul, 6 pm Exhibition: 20 – 26 Jul 2013 Nguyen Art Gallery No 31 Van Mieu road, Hanoi Come to the “Seven” sculpture exhibition by the group of 7 sculptors: Phạm Bảo Sơn, Đoàn Hữu Ngà, Trần An, Hoàng Mai Thiệp, Phạm Văn Tuấn, Lương Trịnh, Phan Văn Hưởng. Critic Vu Lam commented about ... Read More »

Italian rock band to hit city stage

VietNamNet Bridge – The worldwide-renowned Italian rock band Lacuna Coil will perform at Crescent Residence in Phu My Hung, District 7 at 5 p.m. on July 20. Italian rock band Lacuna Coil – Photo: Official website of the band The Italian metal band from Milan found in 1994 are inspired by a combination of gothic imagery and music, the members ... Read More »

The exhibition of a painter and a kung-fu master

VietNamNet Bridge – The exhibition “Lo” by painter Phuong Vu Manh and a martial art instructor from Thai Nguyen Province – Nguyen Hac Long – will be held at the Vietnam Fine Art Museum at 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc, Hanoi from July 12 to 17. “Lộ” is the first joint exhibition by Manh and Long, who share a common love ... Read More »

Floor Killer

VietNamNet Bridge – The hip hop contest for amateur and professional dancers, both Vietnamese and foreigners, named Floor Killer will take place in Hanoi on July 13-14. Hip hop was introduced in Vietnam many years ago and it has been favored by the youth. However, hip hop is still considered the underground art. Most of hip hop contests in Vietnam ... Read More »

The planet full of conflicts of Nguyen Manh Hung

VietNamNet Bridge – Art lovers in Hanoi have the opportunity to admire paintings and installation works of the leading visual artist in Vietnam–Nguyen Manh Hung, in the exhibition titled “One Planet.” “Stronghold” A fighter plane carries fruit. The exhibition featuring two installation artworks named “Going to the market” and “Stronghold,” and the series of paintings “We’ve been here ” is ... Read More »

Hiroshi Koike brings Mahabharata to Vietnamese audiences

VietNamNet Bridge – Physical theater production Mahabharata from director Hiroshi Koike comes to Hanoi on July 16, giving audiences a glimpse of Indian culture. A scene from physical theater production Mahabharata – Photo: Courtesy of organizers The event is organized by the Hiroshi Koike Bridge Project, Cambodia’s Amrita Performing Arts and the Japan Foundation Center for Cultural Exchange in Vietnam, ... Read More »

Colorful summer in the paintings by two artists

VietNamNet Bridge – The “Summer” painting exhibition has opened in HCM City, introducing 26 oil on canvas painting by Bui Quang Anh and Trinh Thanh Tung. The exhibition takes place from July 1 to 30 at Tu Do Gallery. “The Turtle Tower in the fireworks festival” by Bui Quang Anh, who was born in 1940 in Hanoi. “Portrait of a ... Read More »