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Silent Talk exhibition opened at Vietnam Fine Arts Museum
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Silent Talk exhibition opened at Vietnam Fine Arts Museum

The Vietnam Fine Arts Museum where Silent Talk exhibition takes place - PHOTO: VNA

Sculpture and art exhibition Silent Talk by Thai painter Wattanachot Tungateja, Japanese sculptor Mukai Katsumi and Vietnamese artist Cong Kim Hoa will be opened to visitors from today until May 22 at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum in Hanoi, according to Dai Bieu Nhan Dan online newspaper.

Coming from three different cultures, the three artists have their own materials and ways of expression.

Wattanachot Tungateja uses the modern acrylic material. The objects in his paintings look simple like rocks or the sky but they represent abstract images of the world and humanity when the audience takes a closer look.

Meanwhile, Cong Kim Hoa uses Vietnamese traditional lacquer. Her abstract paintings are constituted by bold shades and brushstrokes, and successfully make the most of the color lacing technique of lacquer art. In her paintings, shapes and strokes are just a tool to embellish the background.

Mukai Katsumi is familiar with Vietnamese audience, with many majestic works displayed in grand art centers in the country. His artworks exhibited at the Silent Talk are made of wood. These wooden sculptures are neither human-shaped nor anything-shaped, but evoke many things that embrace the invisible links between humans and nature.

Having collaborated in many art projects in different countries, these three artists will meet again in this exhibition at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum.

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