Korean contemporary fine art exhibition opens in Hanoi

20:15 31/08/2018
PSNews –The Korean contemporary fine art exhibition entitled “Colors of Korea” opened on August 30,  at the Korean Cultural Center, in Hanoi. The exhibition introduces 66 wood carving paintings and other 18 artworks to audiences. 

An artwork of painter Choi Yea Te

The exhibition shows Korea's unique multicolored culture via 84 art pieces created by 34 artists of the Oversea Korean Artists’ Association.  

Of the artworks, 66 wood craving paintings feature multidimensional beauty of the nature and people of South Korea. Meanwhile, other 18 artworks introduce us to the typical make-up arts of South Korean women make up.

"Everyone" of painter Park Soo Bok

"Fishes" of Ju Eunh Wa

Director of the Korean Cultural Center Park Hye Jin said that the exhibition will give  Vietnamese people a deep insight into various beautiful aspects of the Korean contemporary fine arts, contributing to promoting cultural exchanges between the two nations.

She also added that the Korean contemporary fine art exhibition is considered "A taste of the homeland", a meaningful present to South Korean people living in Vietnam.

The exhibition will last until September 9. 

"Happy Day" of Choi Yongok
An artwork of Lee Hyun Jung
By Linh Bui