Tigers in ancient Vietnamese art
The exhibition "Tiger in Ancient Art of Vietnam" was organized by the National History Museum in collaboration with Hung Temple Historical Site and a number of private collections to be displayed at No. 1 Trang Tien, Hanoi, open from January 18 to August 31. Visiting the exhibition at the beginning of the year, visitors will understand more about tigers, mascots of the year.
The exhibition features more than 30 artifacts and documents on tiger figures in different stages of 2,000 years of Vietnamese art. The displays of tiger images transformed in history have shown the deep closeness between the Vietnamese people and nature and all species, especially with the tiger species which is considered a fierce beast in legend.
The stone tiger statue in Tran Thu Do's tomb, dating back to about 1264. Image: Jianghui
It's still Tet.
The works on display at the exhibition "Still Tet" are composed in 2021, a tumultuous year. The exhibition has been postponed several times in the past year, but has since been organized, with the works still expressing the spirit of optimism and joy of life, bringing the spring color to welcome the year of Tram Pham.
Participating artists include: Vu Van Tien, Con Do Duy, Chu Quoc Binh, Trinh Lu, Nguyen Van Trinh, Chu Tien Thang, Nguyen Thanh Chung, Lu Thưởng and Nguyen Tien Quang. Each artist will bring a line of paintings with diverse materials, from lacquer, oil paint, pastels, watercolors on paper and silk.
The exhibition "Still Tet" is open freely and will last until February 15 at The Muse Artspace No. 47 Trang Tien.
The exhibition "Color of Spring" consists of 20 sets of paintings, including the themes: Four Precious, Female, Four Peoples, Eight Fairies, comic books and historical paintings selected from the collection of folk paintings being kept at the Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts. These are all sets of paintings that are often hung indoors at the beginning of the New Year, suitable to learn about Tet, like a happy spring wish for the visiting public.
The exhibition is open until the end of February at the thematic gallery, Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, 66 Nguyen Thai Truong.
Visitors to the exhibition "Spring Colors". Image: Khanh Ly
The public participating in the exhibition "Old Tet" will experience the traditional Tet holidays vividly recreated through more than 100 unique and rare versions of documents and images about Tet. The exhibition also organizes interactive activities for visitors such as Tet market, Please, the boy's name... It makes the spring air fresher.
The exhibition is open freely from January 14th to March 15th at the National Archives Center 1, No. 5 Vu Pham Ham, Yen Hoa, Cau Giay, Hanoi.
The old traditional Tet holidays are recreated, helping visitors have a deeper insight into the history of the most important holiday of the year of the Vietnamese people. Image: HuongZhi County
Bewilderment - Lethargy - Bewilderment - Red
The interactive exhibition "Bewilderment - Lethargy - Bewilderment - Red" is where traditional identities are present, drawing viewers on the journey to find emotions with the beauty of the old Tet. Coming to the exhibition, visitors will answer the question "Are the pieces of memories of the New Year's Day still intact in each of us?"
The exhibition is open freely from February 1 to 10 at Art Space - Separation Spaces, 20 Hai Ba Trung.
According to VnE