The Vincom Centre for Contemporary Art (VCCA) in Hanoi is playing host to the sixth Hanoi – Saigon Sculpture Exhibition, with more than 60 outstanding contemporary artworks produced by 32 artists from the country’s two largest cities going on display.
An artwork created by sculptor Ku Kao Khai
The exhibition marks the 10th anniversary since the establishment of the Hanoi – Saigon sculptors’ group, with the occasion showcasing the highest number of artworks ever from both Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
The majority of the artworks on display have been created this year, with a diverse range of materials used in their making, such as metal, wood, stone, ceramic, composite, and fiberglass.
The young artists who produced pieces for this year’s exhibition were born between 1980 and 1990, with the youth of the sculptors set to offer a fresh perspective for art lovers to enjoy.
The exhibition is scheduled to last until October 18.