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22/04/2019 - 16:43

Le Ba Dang memory space opened

On the evening of April 21, the opening ceremony of Le Ba Dang memory space was solemnly held after four years of construction. Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee, Mr. Phan Ngoc Tho attended the ceremony.

Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee, Mr. Phan Ngoc Tho visits the exhibition space of the late painter Le Ba Dang’s artworks

Le Ba Dang memory space, which is located in the charming space of hills and mountains in Thuy Bang commune, Huong Thuy town, has an area of ​​more than 15,000 square meters and is designed by architect Ho Viet Vinh. Many people evaluate that this work has delicate and luxurious design and perspective, and is in harmony with the nature and full of art, in which its highlight is the exhibition space of the late painter Le Ba Dang’s artworks.

The late painter Le Ba Dang, who had claimed himself to live by dreams of paradise, passed away. He had never left his hometown, his soul had been always attached to his homeland, and his entire artistic career had only reflected that multifaceted love.

Though Mrs. Myshu LeBaDang, wife of the late painter Le Ba Dang, is over 90 years old, she travels from France to Hue to attend the opening ceremony

Mrs. Le Cam Te, who gave a lot of enthusiasm to the formation of Le Ba Dang memory space, shared: "In his lifetime, the late painter Le Ba Dang had dreamed of a dream with a space which was open to boundless and close to the profound. This open space expresses the desire to create an immense work, and an inspiring scene. Today, that dream has been realized on this land, with the joint hands of the lovers to Le Ba Dang’s art”.

Speaking at the ceremony, Chairman Phan Ngoc Tho congratulated Mrs. Myshu LeBaDang and her colleagues for their hard work and enthusiasm for four years to establish that space, contributing to the affirmation of Hue's role as an artistic capital of Vietnam. It has been five years since the late painter Le Ba Dang passed away, but he has still been there with what he left for life, for Hue and the public art lovers.

Story and photos: Minh Hien

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