VietNamNet Bridge – The exhibition “What are young artists thinking about?” is the passion, the thirst for innovation and creativity. What are young artists thinking about?” is also the question about the responsibility and the personality of the young generation in the renewal period, contributing to the development of Vietnamese art.
The exhibition displays 49 paintings by 49 members of the young artists’ clubs of the Vietnam Fine Art Association, using various materials like oil, lacquer, acrylic, synthetic, metal, ceramic, etc.
The most outstanding work in the exhibition is Hoang Duy Vang’s “Live to draw”. The painting shows the message for the exhibition as “Live to draw or Draw to live”.
The works in this exhibition contain different messages of their authors. Through the exhibition, young artists of the Vietnam Fine Art Association want to bring to the viewers, especially young people, an overview of the art of painting, and how the look, the thought of young people affecting social life.
Some paintings at the exhibition:
Live to draw by Hoang Duy Vang.
Awake by Hoang Huu Van.
The way home by Nguyen Hoang Tung.
The first stage by Le Huy Dat.
Calling the new day by Nguyen Duc Hung.
Legend about St. Giong by Nguyen Tat Lap.
The frogman by Pham Kien.
Stories by Nguyen Ngoc Thanh.
Sam by Dang Tu Thu.
Childhood by Le Huy Hoang.
Unknown by Thai Nguyen Thang.
Invisible visible by Duong Ngoc Ha.
Spiral of desire by Nguyen Khac Chinh.
The exhibition house by Pham Tuan Tu.
Landscape by Ta Quang.
Samsara by Pham Quoc Tuan.
Long Bien Bridge in a summer afternoon by Hoang Xuan Hung.