Three photos featuring Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago of Vietnam are on display at an international exhibition of fine art and documentary photography in the framework of the fourth Berlin Foto Biennale 2016 in Germany.
According to Nhan Dan newspaper, the photos are the works of artist Nguyen Thu Thuy during her trip to the archipelago, which capture Truong Sa before a storm, boys living on the islands, and Truong Sa peace lotus in the sunrise.
Earlier, the pictures were selected for the final round of the seventh edition of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award for Female Photographers.
Two other photos of Thuy are also displayed at the Berlin exhibition, including a ceramic mosaic mural in Hanoi and a lotus mosaic in the central province of Thanh Hoa.
Themed “Emotions and Commotions across Cultures”, the exhibition is showing 1,230 photos of 446 contemporary artists from 41 countries and territories.
Held every two years by the Worldwide Photography Gala Awards, the Berlin Foto Biennale festival runs from October 6-30, as part of the 7th European Month of Photography.VNA