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Vietnamese, Indonesian artists show creativity at Hanoi exhibition
  • | VOV News | 15:15 - 19/10/2016

Vietnamese and Indonesian artists are displaying their artworks at an international exhibition on contemporary dialogue at the Crowne Plaza West Hanoi until late this month.



The Vietnamese artists include Tao Huong, Nguyen Duc Hung, Tran Thi Thao Hien, Tao Linh, Le Huy Cuu, and Nguyen Ngoc Dan and the Indonesian painters are Emmy Go, Erica Hetsu Wahyuni, Hadi Soesanto, Johans Suwondo, and Wiwik Oratmangun.

The event provides an opportunity for viewers to meet and talk with the participating artists.

This is the first time the Crowne Plaza West Hanoi has joined hands with Vietnamese and Indonesian artists to host an international art exhibition.

The hotel wants to promote Southeast Asian art talent and contribute to the development of Vietnam’s art.

Hosting the event is among CSR activities of the hotel in a long-term commitment to the community.

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