Young artists paint colorful art murals to help contain the coronavirus
The 56 days and nights of the Dien Bien Phu battle are vividly reflected on the 3,225-square-meter wall of Dien Bien Phu Historic Victory Museum in the northern mountainous province of Dien Bien
Completed in 1982, the artwork depicts post-war Hanoi in the same style as Soviet propaganda arts
The man quit painting due to livelihood problems and murals are an outlet for his nostalgia for the city where he used to live
Dilapidated, dirty, and unappealing walls lining streets and alleyways across District 10 have been given a facelift
Artists aspire to create a space that is linking the city with its past days
The Hanoi People’s Committee has instructed the Department of Culture, Sports, and Tourism to repair the four-kilometer-long ceramic mural in the capital city, which was recognized as the world’s longest by the Guinness World Records in late 2010
The four-km-long ceramic mural in Hanoi, which was recognized as the world’s longest one by the Guinness World Records in 2010, has now sustained serious damage.
An exhibit, “Abilight”, which is put on for the first time in Vietnam by founders of the Japanese artistic collaboration Hitotzuki and runs in Hanoi until Feb 16, features large striking murals.
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