What's on
What's on March 11-17/2024
  • | dtinews.vn | March 11, 2024 05:01 AM

Khanh Hoa-Nha Trang Sea Festival 2024

Mar 13-16,

Featuring activities including a seminar on tourism, a food festival, regional fruit and “one commune, one product” specialty festivals, art programmes, street dances, and light carnival parades.

Hanoi-Huong Pagoda Festival

Until May 1

Featuring sightseeing trips to pagodas, temples and caves which are the main attractions at the Huong pagoda festival, and join ceremonies to ask for favours from Lord Buddha.


HCMC-’Untitled (7 Events)'

Until May 4, 10 am – 07 pm, Tues – Sat
Galerie Quynh, 118 Nguyen Van Thu Street, D.1
From the organizer:

A major solo exhibition by Hanoi-based artist Pham Minh Hieu. Presenting work developed over the past 10 years, the exhibition reflects the core ideas that represent the artist’s practice. An exhibition of exhibitions, Untitled (7 Events) has theoretical underpinnings in speculative realism¹ and new materialism². Pham has created imaginative ‘total installations’ that immerse spectators in an aesthetic experience. This way of making allows for divergence where different disciplines and genres intertwine, their boundaries fraying and transforming.


Until Mar 31, 09:30 am – 06 pm, 
Work Room Four, 31/25 Alley 67 To Ngoc Van Street, Tay Ho District
From the organizer:

Strata is a pioneering display of a new medium by the prolific Hanoian printer Phạm Khắc Quang. An innovative practitioner in the world of print Quang’s work has consistently pushed past the traditional, and since 2015 his focus has been on the development of novel print processes and has seen him create and design multiple new printing techniques to extend the medium beyond conventional limitation.

HCM City-Exhibition “Rising Artists of TomuraLee”

Opening: Mar 13, 05 pm,
Exhibition: Mar 13-Apr 14, 09:30 am – 06:30 pm, Tues – Sun
TomuraLee Gallery, No. 24, Road 1, Thu Duc City
From the organizer:

TomuraLee kicked off the Giap Thin new year with a new theme, we want to ​​​​introduce Vietnamese young artists to everyone with the “Rising Artists of TomuraLee 1st” exhibition.

Through this recruiting exhibition, TomuraLee hopes to become a bridge between artists and collectors and the art-loving community, bringing artists and their works closer to art-loving audiences. Inspired by the true story of each artist’s life and themself, shown through vivid paintings and creative ideas, the collection includes 30 works, “Tet at the Studio”, “Talk with Being”, “Overflow”, “Reflection” to “Memory Returns”, and “Victory”,… will create a colorful artistic experience for everyone visiting the exhibition.
The artists in this exhibition were carefully selected based on comments from experienced artist Le Thiet Cuong. Each artist has their own style, bring deep thoughts and ideas about himself and life, promising to bring diverse and unique works that will satisfy loveving art soul.

There are 6 promising faces in “Rising Artists of TomuraLee 1st” Exhibition: Artist Le Thanh Binh – Artist Tran Cuong – Artist Nguyen Duc Duy – Artist Nguyen Viet Phuong – Artist Bui Tien – Artist Duong Thuy

With the desire to bring Vietnamese artworks closer to the world audience, TomuraLee will try every year to implement enlist programs to bring promising and talented young faces from all over Vietnam. TomuraLee looks forward to receiving support from you, collectors and art lovers everywhere.

Follow updates on event’s page.

HCMC-Exhibition “The Attention Deficit”

Until April 14, 12 pm – 10 pm, Tues – Sun,
O Cocktail & Art Bar, 292/15 Dien Bien Phu, Ward 17, Binh Thanh District
Registration link for the opening ceremony
From the organizer:

Russian artist Ivan Shevnesky has lived in Ho Chi Minh for more than 8 years, bringing forth a series of colorful paintings derived from his inner self, personal experiences, and journeys.

The state of attention represents the constant psychological evolution of humans. In an era where external factors increasingly cause distractions, paying attention becomes more complex and sophisticated. These factors manifest as multi-sensory information that we must continuously process, creating chaos in every aspect of life. Consequently, attention becomes a luxury and a desire in certain situations, evolving into syndromes that people proudly regard as innovations. Drawing parallels between internal and external chaos, Ivan conveys his observations on canvas with contemporary brush strokes and colors, rooted in European modern art.

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Hanoi-Exhibition “Happy Ever After”

Until Mar 20
Floor 2, Mipec Long Bien, No. 2 Long Bien 2, Long Bien District
From the organizer:

Wishing hundred years of happiness for newlyweds on their wedding day expresses Vietnamese people’s sincere desire for a lifetime of joy and fullfillment. What is happiness? What does it take to make us happy? These seemingly simple questions are hard to answer, since each person’s idea of happiness is conditioned by a different life journey.

Through the practice of art using traditional lacquer materials and experiments with different modern materials such as metals and synthetics, the limits of materials expand to change forms and spatial dimensions. These new techniques offer a visually rich experience, creating new emotional expressions and artistic concepts.

In this exhibition, I continue to develop the art project “A Thousand Portraits of Mattresses”, a fusion of sculpture and painting that I’ve been pursuing for the past 10 years and will continue to do so in the future. Displaying mattress artworks alongside traditional paintings of people, landscapes, and objects, I want to invite reflections of life and its essence, of past and present, of time and space, while embracing dreams and realities that humans bear.

The exhibition is not my definition of happiness but merely my observations and reflections of life through the lines, forms, and colors. It is my own searching as an artist of the essence of art, of beauty and grit, of happiness and suffering, and ultimately, the meaning of life.

Hanoi-Exhibition “The Middle Land”

Until Apr 20
Artigin Art Space – Lotte Mall Westlake Office Lobby. 683 Lac Long Quan, Tay Ho District
From the organizer:

A territory residing “in the middle.” Amidst the past, amidst the future. Between the edges of the tangible and the boundless. What we once understood about the contemporary realm now materializes as sudden occurrences, seemingly sensible yet rich in anomalies. A familiar obsession, seemingly empty and lacking in information.

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Pleiku City, Gia Lai Province- Outdoor display of antique artifacts

Until the end of 2024,
Pleiku City

An outdoor exhibition entitled “Tay Nguyen – Gia Lai Paradise” displaying antique artifacts of local ethnic people.

Highlights of the exhibition are a white elephant bone chair dating back 700 years and a collection of elephant hunting tools dating back more than 100 years of the M'Nong ethnic group.

On display are thousands of antique artifacts of collector Dang Minh Tam, including musical instruments, hunting and weaving tools, ceremonial objects, jewelry items and other items in the life of ethnic groups in the five Central Highlands provinces.

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