At the exhibition titled “Arts of Indochina and applied arts in the first half of 20th century in Hanoi”, the organizer displayed more than 200 artistic including sculpture and architecture works, which symbolized a golden period of Vietnam’s arts, along with the transformation from traditional arts to a combination of modern western and Vietnam’s traditional arts.
With the three main topics: cross-cultural, Hanoi College of Fine Arts, and applied arts, the exhibition highlighted achievements of Vietnam’s arts with the focusing on the artistic revolution in early 20th century. This shows the creativity and characteristics in absorbing western - eastern culture, making arts to become more accessible to the greater public.
The exhibition titled “Arts of Indochina and applied arts in the first half of 20th century in Hanoi” is scheduled to open for public and visitors until March 15, 2020.
Additionally, the organizers also introduced a multimedia art exhibition titled “Bui Xuan Phai with Hanoi”. The exhibition applies 3D technologies projecting arts in form of multimedia in combination with sound and light effects. With such supports, nearly 200 art works under three categories: Hanoi streets, Cheo (form of satirical musical theatre) and sketches of family and friends of the late famous painter Bui Xuan Phai, which have been digitalized and displayed, present opportunities for visitors to experience a new style of arts.
Notably, in the program “AI deep learning”, visitors would have chance to see their own images through creative pictures painted with styles of Bui Xuan Phai.