An exhibition featuring more than 50 paintings and graphic works by 16 Vietnamese artists from Hanoi, Hai Phong, and Ho Chi Minh City was recently held in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The exhibition aimed to introduce Mongolian audiences to the contemporary Vietnamese art scene and promote a greater understanding of Vietnamese landscapes, culture, and its people.

The opening ceremony was attended by Ambassador Doan Khanh Tam, who highlighted that this was the first time a painting exhibition showcasing Vietnamese art and culture had been held in Ulaanbaatar. He expressed his belief that the exhibition would help to further enhance art exchanges between Mongolia and Vietnam in the future.

Painter Trinh Tuan from Asia Art Link Vietnam emphasized the significance of the event in elevating the images, art, culture, and people of Vietnam to the wider world. He also noted that the exhibition had contributed to enhancing mutual understanding and deepening bilateral cooperation between the two countries.