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Hanoi-Fashion Installation Show “Nhi Ha Flow”

Dec 24, 07:20 pm – 08:40 pm
Centre for Art & Culture, 22 Hang Buom Street

From Unleashing Creativity Week:

* Note: For invited guests only

Nhi Ha Flow (Nhi Ha being an ancient name for the section of the Red River that passes through Hanoi) is a collaborative fashion installation show presented by two of Hanoi’s leading fashion design brands, CHULA and KILOMET109.

The show tells a visual story, reflecting an interplay between indigenous materials – originated from thousand-year-old civilisation in the Red River Delta – and the multicultural styles and sophisticated tastes of modern Hanoians.

Lai Chau - Mong Ethnic Culture Festival

December 24-26

Introducing cultural and tourism products of the Mong Ethnic Group, a traditional cake pounding contest, a demonstration of the ethnic community’s festivals and cultural rituals, a concert, and a fashion show of traditional Mong costumes.

Featuring artisans, actors, artists, and athletes from 12 Mong ethnic group-inhabited provinces of Lai Chau, Lao Cai, Ha Giang, Yen Bai, Tuyen Quang, Cao Bang, Bac Kan, Lang Son, Dien Bien, Dak Lak, Thanh Hoa, and Hoa Binh.



Hanoi-“Hanoi là....” exhibition of illustrations


Dec 18, 2021 - Jan 2, 2022

L'Escape, 24 Trang Tien Street

Featuring 29 best artworks selected from an illustration contest about Hanoi capital.

The exhibition, part of Creativity Week 2021 launched by the Hanoi Department of Culture and Sports in late December, showcases images of the thousand-year-old capital - a Creative City recognized by UNESCO. 

Hanoi- Art creativity programme

Dec 24-31,

Centre for Art & Culture, 22 Hang Buom Street,

A programme to inspire art creativity, aiming to create an attractive multi-dimensional "dialogue" between creative arts in a cultural and artistic space.

Featuring exhibitions, fashion shows, and the performances of calligraphy, sketching, experimental music, video art, and experimental traditional theater.

Hanoi-Dang Hiep’s Corner

Dec 21 – 31,

Hanoi Studio Gallery, 13 Trang Tien Street

From the organizer:

“Dang Hiep’s Corner” is the first solo exhibition marking the 10-year milestone in the artistic journey of the young painter – Dang Hiep. Of the 14 works introduced at this exhibition, there are 8 new works created in the last two years (2020-2021). There are also works from private collections of collectors.

HCMC- Art Exhibition: The Reflection

14 Dec 2021 – 08 Jan 2022, Tues – Sat, and by appointment, 10 am – 07 pm,
Galerie Quynh, 118 Nguyen Van Thu Street, D1
info@galeriequynh.com / +84 28 3822 7218

From the organizer:

‘The Reflection’, an exhibition of new work by Hanoi-based artist Ha Manh Thang. This is the artist’s fourth solo exhibition at the gallery and showcases his most experimental and introspective works to date.

As Ha Manh Thang witnesses the erosion of time across the surfaces and in the details of ancient paintings and objects, he admits the tendency towards abstraction comes naturally through his own research and discovery of the works’ images, colors and multilayered meanings. His continuous exploration of Vietnamese heritage and culture, and love of antiques from lacquer panels and folding screens, to carvings and reliefs seems to parallel with his continuous contemplation upon the landscapes present in both the antiquities and in the natural world.

Hanoi-Loong Koong

Until Feb 15, 2022 , 10 am – 8 pm
Vincom Center for Contemporary Art (VCCA)
B1 – R3, Vincom Mega Mall Royal City, 72A Nguyen Trai Street
From VCCA:

Vincom Center for Contemporary Art (VCCA) opens the contemporary ceramic exhibition “Loong Koong” introducing nearly 50 artworks by two artists Trinh Vu Hieu and Bui Quoc Khanh, with the theme from traditional images to reflections of today’s society.

Well-known as an artist who restores traditional cultural values, Trinh Vu Hieu is passionate and eager to convey Vietnamese historical stories through different mediums. The artist has imbued between folk materials from the Hang Trong paintings and the technique of handmade ceramics of the Northern people to create this series of works. Going beyond a mere art form serving beliefs, these artworks with sophisticated craftsmanship still have the appearance of gods in the spiritual life since archaic times but become closer as if there were no barriers. Each of these devotional paintings on sustainable ceramics creates a different visual effect, as an old story told in a different way, interesting and full of charm.

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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