Exhibition provides overview of Vietnam’s fine arts during Renewal process

Tuesday - 28/05/2019 16:21
An exhibition reviewing Vietnam’s fine arts during 30 years of the 'Doi Moi' (Renewal) process opened at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum (VFAM) on November 23 as part of a celebration to mark the museum’s 50th founding anniversary.

Fifty works on display, sourced from the museum’s collection, provide visitors with a truthful, vivid and comprehensive overview of the construction and defence of the nation, as well as the diversity of the community’s activities and spiritual life.

The week-long exhibition brings together works by veteran artists such as Nguyen Tu Nghiem, Nguyen Trong Hop, Le Ba Dang, Tran Luu Hau and Nguyen Thi Kim Bach, as well as talented young artists who have shown impressive innovation in developing styles and means of expression and have given a fresh appearance to Vietnam’s fine arts, such as Dao Minh Tri, Ta Quang Bao, Ca Le Thang and Do Thi Ninh.

Over the past 30 years under the Doi moi (Renewal) process, Vietnam’s fine arts have proven their diversity, uniqueness, dynamism and vitality. In that context, the VFAM has actively collected outstanding works produced during the process and added them to its own collection.

Congratulating the VFAM on its 50th anniversary, Deputy Minister of Culture, Sports and Tourism Dang Thi Bich Lien expressed her deep appreciation for the achievements and efforts made by its staff over the past five decades.

She stressed that the protection of the national cultural identity and the building of an advanced Vietnamese culture were a common task for the entire society, particularly those working in the culture and arts sector.

She went on to call on the staff of the VFAM to play a leading role in safeguarding the country’s cultural essence and in advertising the land, people and culture of Vietnam to the world.

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