The Digital Art Experimental Club presented visitors with an exhibition, “Virtual Space,” at the HCM City Fine Arts Association August 9.
|A painting titled "Que huong" (Homeland) by artist Pham Nhu Linh|
The display, featuring 34 surrealist and abstract paintings on paper and cloth, was created by nine artists on computers.
On the same day, a photo exhibition, “Sapa doi moi” (New Sapa) and "Seu dau do" (Red-crowned Crane), was held at the Binh Quoi Tourist Village, Binh Thanh District.
The show introduced viewers to 80 works depicting the northwest of Vietnam and the cultural life of ethnic minorities, including H’Mong, Dao, Tay, Xa Pho, Day and the largest minority Kinh by photographer Minh Loc.
The highlight of the display are the wonderful moments of the rare and precious red-headed crane, which is a protected species found in Tram Chim National Park, located in the Mekong Delta province of Dong Thap.
All proceeds from the exhibit, which runs until August 19, will be donated to students of the Nguyen Dinh Chieu School for the Blind.