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What's on November 29-Dec 5 (Daily updated)
  • | dtinews.vn | November 29, 2021 05:00 PM

Hanoi- The WHITE DISTANCE exhibition

10:00 – 20:00, Nov 28 – Dec 12, 10 am – 08 pm
first floor, Complex 01
no.29 lane 31 alley 167 Tay Son st., Dong Da Street

From Goethe Institut:

Heritage Space and artistic director Nguyen Anh Tuan proudly introduce the WHITE DISTANCE – the final showcase of our annual contemporary international art exchange project called ‘Month of Art Practice – MAP 2021’.

MAP 2021 has the theme “the WHITE DISTANCE” – a response to the distances created by the pandemic and wants to rethink the existing gaps in the physical and psychological human life. The project started from July 2021 to mid-September by a series of weekly online discussions with a large group of artists who participated in the project from 2016-2020. The official time of MAP 2021 was launched in the beginning of October with the participation of 20 artists from Germany, USA, Japan, Korea, India, Switzerland, Finland, France and Vietnam. For 8 weeks working together, 17 individual and collaborative projects by all artists are implemented on multiple online platforms with many new working methods, remotely supported by the coordinators and volunteer’s team in Hanoi. MAP 2021 ends with a showcase at UNION hall, Complex 01 (Hanoi, Vietnam) for 2 weeks at the end of November and will live on the website https://the-white-distance.art within the next 12 months as the online exhibition of the project.

Ninh Binh-Vietnam through the lens of international photographers

Nov 26-Dec 3

Library of Ninh Binh province, No. 4 Le Hong Phong Street, Ninh Binh city.

Outstanding 177 photos of Vietnam taken by 93 foreign photographers

Featuring the beauty of Vietnam’s land, people, and culture.

The exhibition is open to visitors free of charge and also available on the department’s website at http://ape.gov.vn.

Hanoi-November Touch

Until Dec 5
Hanoi Studio Gallery, 13 Trang Tien Street

From the organizer:

When the Autumn turns yellow and the winter comes along a gentle touch of cold wind and dryness, is the inspiration for the collection to welcome the “Coming Back” season after a rough ride through the pandemic.

In this exhibition, we will see
– Vu Dinh Tuan – the sorcerer of silk painting, is back with Do paper on canvas.
– Mai Xuan Oanh and his gentle nature with silk.
– Nguyen Tran Cuong’s “Flourishing Autumn” lacquer works.
– Nguyen The Hung with his enchanting Autumn garden.
– And Do Hiep with the light, the movement and images of an “inclined” Autumn,

Hanoi-Art Showcase: “Scroll”

Nov 11- Dec 12, 10 am – 8 pm
20 Hai Ba Trung Street

From the organizer:

A world without words is a world without meaning. A dream wrapped in words called myth. Shades of meaning absent logic. Stories rich in rhythm. Giving words to a wordless song.

Since childhood, we have been told countless stories. Stories, which like dreams, are often rife with logic yet contain profound meanings and lessons from the past. In this sense, dreams are the logic of myth. Each image and detail is conveyed through words, then distilled into a cacophany of poems, epigrams and stories that are absorbed into our reality. Gradually, myth and reality become inseperable and both undergo subtle changes with the passing of time becoming rich in rhythm and forming the identity of each generation.

“SCROLL” is an opportunity for each person to see themselves through mythological stories as they were intended, not reserved in the glass of a museum but preserved in practice in relation to the current life we’re ​​living.

Hanoi- Exhibition on typical Vietnamese women throughout history

Until May 30, 2022

Hoa Lo Prison Relic

An exhibition displaying the images of typical Vietnamese women throughout history.

Online exhibitions to thrill children on Mid-Autumn Festival

Sep 20-Dec 31

Two online exhibitions for children giving children a special treat particularly during the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival.

Tthe events will run on the websites http://ape.gov.vn and http://trienlamvhnt.vn.

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