Upon addressing the opening ceremony on May 24th, Anna Kononova, Vice Director of the Belarusian State Academy of Arts, remarked that the exhibition showcased a total of 31 oil paintings, giving visitors the chance to appreciate the stunning scenery of Eastern Europe through works from artists Gleb Otchik, Anton Vyrvo, and Anna Sadovskaya.

Sightseeing spots in Belarus, such as the picturesque Sozh River which flows through Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine; the captivating wooden churches; and the charming Polykovichi village in the Mogilev region, are all beautifully depicted in each painting.

Tran Nhat Hoang, deputy director of the international co-operation department under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, said the event provides an opportunity for local people to gain a deeper understanding of Belarusian culture, thereby fostering stronger cultural ties between the two countries.

The exhibition will last until May 27th.

On the same day, the Vietnamese Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus co-hosted an art program at the Opera House in Ho Chi Minh City to mark the beginning of Belarusian Culture Days in Vietnam in 2023. It was a memorable event for both countries, as it showed the strong ties between them. The program featured a variety of performances, including traditional dances, music, and art exhibitions. Attendees were also treated to traditional dishes from both countries. It was an event that celebrated the cultural exchange between both nations and highlighted the strong friendship between them.

The event, taking place in Ho Chi Minh City and Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, will offer a range of cultural activities until May 27th. From art exhibitions to musical performances, there is something for everyone to enjoy. So don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to experience the vibrant culture of Vietnam!