“Exhibition Celebrating Vietnamese and Italian Women’s Contributions to Ontology”

This exhibition is an opportunity for women to amplify their voices and work towards creating a better life for the community.

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On display at the multimedia exhibition “Ontology,” held at Casa Italia in Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, are portraits of 21 individuals chosen to represent Vietnamese and Italian women. The exhibition is open to the public until May 7. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to gain insight into the lives of these inspiring ladies!

Vietnamese artist Le Khanh at the “Ontology” exhibition. Photo: PSI

The renowned Vietnamese makeup artist PSI has organized an exhibition to commemorate the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Italy, with the support of the Bat Trang Museum and the Italian Embassy in Hanoi. This remarkable exhibition showcases the longstanding friendship between the two countries and celebrates their long-standing bond. It is sure to be an unforgettable experience for all who attend.

It features an array of creative makeup designs that explore the concept of ontology, the study of existence. Through her works, Phuong seeks to explore the boundaries between reality and fiction, while also expressing her own personal reflections on the nature of identity and being. The exhibition showcases a variety of makeup looks, from intricate body paints to more subtle transformations. In addition to the artwork, the exhibition also features interactive elements such as makeup workshops, live performances, and talks by the artist. By showcasing her work in this exhibition, Phuong hopes to challenge conventional notions of beauty and inspire her audience to reflect on the idea of ontology. Through this exhibition, Phuong seeks to create a space for self-expression and exploration of identity, while also providing an opportunity to interact with her audience.

Inspiring female figures from around the world are featured in this exhibition, including the folk artist Le Khanh, the beloved singer Le Cat Trong Ly, the creative director of Italian architecture Annamaria, the research engineer Viviana from Italy, and many more.

According to the organizers, “Ontology” is a multimedia exhibition that uniquely blends visual arts and modern technology, allowing attendees to engage directly with each character at the event. Through this interactive experience, participants are invited to explore the connections between art, technology, and humanity. This exhibition serves as a platform to foster conversations between artists and the public, providing a space to discover and reflect on these topics.

 Vietnamese PSI artist at work in the exhibition. Photo courtesy of the artist

The exhibits created by artist PSI were crafted using life-casting techniques, wherein three-dimensional plaster molds are taken directly from living human bodies. This art form allows viewers to experience the beauty and depth of the human form in a unique, realistic way.

The 21 characters featured in this exhibition are directly cast and transformed into works of art using a variety of materials such as plaster, ceramics, lacquer, and more. Through this creative process, the characters come to life in a truly unique and captivating way. Visitors will be able to appreciate the skill and artistry behind each piece, as well as the diversity of materials used to create them. Whether it’s a sculpture or an intricate painting, each character is sure to leave a lasting impression. So, don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to witness art in action!

People often forget that their hearts are full of possibilities. Whether they are big or small, these possibilities are always there.

According to artist PSI, each person’s being contains many big and small things, and it’s easy to forget that our hearts are full of possibilities. These possibilities, no matter their size, always remain within us.

“A ‘being’ always has two essential components: the ‘body’ and the ‘substance’,” she proclaimed. “Each person can possess one or more distinct ‘beings’ that add to the uniqueness and diversity of the individual.”

The exhibition in Venice, Italy, is a mesmerizing blend of makeup artistry and mask-making. It showcases the beauty and skill of these two creative disciplines, bringing together some of the most renowned establishments in the makeup and mask-making industries. Visitors to this exhibition can explore the intricate designs and details of the masks, marvel at the artistry of the makeup, and learn about the cultural and historical significance of these two art forms. It is an experience that will leave a lasting impression and provide an insight into the beauty and creativity of these two unique crafts.

The women involved in this project, regardless of age or background, have one thing in common: they share a unique kind of beauty and radiate positivity. Their presence can be felt in the way they interact with one another, inspiring each other to reach their full potential. With their enthusiasm and determination, these women have the power to create a strong, supportive, and uplifting environment where everyone can learn and grow.