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Exhibition showcases Vietnamese and Polish arts

The exhibition is organised by the Hà Nội Watercolour Artists Club to celebrate its first founding anniversary, with honuorary patronage from the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Hà Nội and the Việt Nam Fine Arts Association.

HÀ NỘI — The exhibition “The Reunion of Colors 2” starts today, featuring unique watercolour paintings and sculptures showcasing scenery, people and cultures by Polish and Vietnamese artists.

The exhibition is organised by the Hà Nội Watercolour Artists Club to celebrate its first founding anniversary, with honorary patronage from the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Hà Nội and the Việt Nam Fine Arts Association.

Last year, the first exhibition of The Reunion of Colors featured nearly 20 artists and more than 80 artworks. 

This year, with 50 Polish artists and 58 Vietnamese artists showcasing a total of 169 paintings and sculptures, the exhibition has expanded significantly, offering visitors the opportunity to appreciate the unique cultural connection between Việt Nam and Poland.

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The watercolour painting “Blue Moon” by Vietnamese artist Bùi Xuân Khánh.

The exhibition features Vietnamese watercolour artists from across the country such as Đình Đức and Phạm Thơm, as well as renowned Polish artists including Stanislaw Zoladz, Michał Suffczynski, and Michal Jasiewicz.

Most of the works on display are watercolour paintings, but there is also a wooden sculpture by artist Lê Ngọc Thuận from Hội An with a marine environment protection theme.

Each artist’s work not only showcases their talent and creativity but also captures the cultural characteristics and artistic spirit of Việt Nam and Poland.

The Reunion of Colors 2 is also a culturally rich and diverse platform for talented Polish and Vietnamese artists to share their experiences and engage in meaningful discussions about the art world. 

“I am thrilled to see the growing popularity of watercolour painting. This artistic medium has been gaining recognition and appreciation among art enthusiasts in both Việt Nam and Poland,” said Nguyễn Phương, president of Hà Nội Watercolour Artists Club. 

“I hope the exhibition brings immense pleasure and a great deal of inspiration to the many art lovers and enthusiasts living in the capital city.”

The opening ceremony of the exhibition takes place today at 3pm at Exhibition Hall 29 Hàng Bài, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội. The exhibition showcases until October 13. —

Theo Vietnamnews