The art Exhibition by Autistic Artists is a non-profit art display held from March 28 to April 4 at Goethe Institute Hanoi, 56 -58 -60 Nguyen Thai Hoc street, by Tòhe Social Enterprise. 

 “Parallel World” is the 7th exhibition from Tòhe Fun.

The exhibition aims to provide the public with new perspectives on the innocent world of children with autism that exists parallel to our own. In some aspect, the demeanor of the autistic child unintentionally creates a barrier dividing the two worlds.

“Each and every one of us has our own passion, hobbies, our own characteristics. These differences might be the only similarities that we share.

That means no matter who we are, we are equal, all have the right to make friends, have fun, experience new aspects of life and be loved.

Until this moment, after our long journey with thousands of youngsters, we still keep this belief,” the exhibition organizers stated.   

“Parallel World” is the 7th exhibition from Tòhe, with the aim to showcase the works of our young artists, along with the chance to talk to them, to know them better, an above all of that, is the purpose of breaking the barrier between the Parallel Worlds.

A painting by Nhat Tien. Photo: Tòhe Fun

The art exhibition displays six sets of works by children with autism in Tòhe Fun’s special art class, including Lee Nguyen Sae Hae, Pham Duc Viet, Pham Khoi Nguyen, Nguyen Nhat Tien, Van Minh Duc, Dinh Dang Long.

The exhibition opens for free of charge, opening hours: 9am to 7pm daily.

As a social department of Tòhe Social Enterprise (founded in 2006) Tòhe Fun creates artistic free playground for handicapped children, aiming at nurturing their confidence, and discovering their creativity.

Tòhe Fun’s participants are handicapped children whose age ranges from five to 10 years old with specific backgrounds such as children from orphans, poor families or ethnic groups; Disabled children and autists (in all age groups).