Hanoi Spring in the eyes of renowned artists

The showcase presents a collection of 36 one-of-a-kind artistic masterpieces crafted by renowned artists like Bui Xuan Phai, Nguyen Nghia Duyen, and traditional Hang Trong folk painters.

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Hanoi Spring, an exhibition at the Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts, Hanoi, showcases 36 unique artworks from renowned artists selected from the museum’s modern art and Hang Trong folk painting collections.

Visitors have the opportunity to admire the exquisite artworks by prominent artists. Photo: VNA

Nguyen Anh Minh, the Director of the Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts, emphasized the significance of spring in Hanoi as a unique feature and source of inspiration for artists. The charm and ambiance of Hanoi’s spring have been immortalized in numerous literary and artistic works.

“In terms of visual arts, the enchanting atmosphere, picturesque scenery, and harmony of Hanoi’s spring have always been a muse for countless generations of artists. This source of inspiration never ceases, just like the four seasons that cyclically grace our lives, perpetually in motion, evolving, and flourishing,” he explained.

The exhibition splendidly captures the beauty of Hanoi during the vibrant spring season. Photo: VNA

The exhibition houses unique paintings and prints portraying spring and the allure of Hanoi’s traditions, such as Going to Tet Market, Five Kinds of Fruits, and Flower Market by esteemed artists Nguyen Tien Chung, Pham Van Don, and Tran Luu Hau.

Additionally, the exhibition features artworks depicting New Year’s Eve moments by Le Quoc Loc, Nguyen Tu Nghiem, and Pham Viet Hai.

The essence of spring, its stunning landscapes, and pagoda ceremonies are eloquently portrayed through the works of renowned painters, including Bui Xuan Phai, Nguyen Nghia Duyen, and Nguyen Trong Kiem.

The exhibition presents a captivating fusion of original works and 3D mapping projections. Photo courtesy of the museum.

One distinctive feature of this exhibition is the innovative incorporation of digital graphic displays, projections, and mapping techniques.

Pham Trung Hung, the Director of CMYK Vietnam Co., Ltd., expressed his excitement over the exhibition’s utilization of graphic techniques and 3D mapping projections to offer a novel and engaging experience to the public. This exhibition harnesses the advancements in digital technology to showcase exquisite artworks, making them more accessible to art enthusiasts both domestically and internationally.

“This unique combination promises to elicit strong emotions from visitors. They can immerse themselves in the paintings or even assume the role of the main characters depicted in the artworks,” remarked Hung.

The exhibition will be open until February 25th at the Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts, located at 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Hanoi.

This exhibition is poised to captivate art lovers with its allure. Photo courtesy of the museum