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Street art exhibition

TTH.VN - From July 16 to August 22, the French Institute in Vietnam in collaboration with the Center for Culture, Information and Sports of Hue City hold an exhibition of street art with the theme “Jam – Vietnam Urban Arts 2021” at 23 - 25 ​​Le Loi Street, Hue City.

Introducing 50 new art works by young artistsArt Street on the Western Quarter

The exhibition introduces to the public the art works of young talents of street art

The exhibition introduces to the public eight large format paintings by the artists Nguyen Tan Luc, Le Nhat Huy, Trang Nhon Khoa, Dinh Nhat Khang, Luu Doan Duy Linh, and Vuong Nhat Thuan, etc.

These are the art works participating in the Jam performance event, which was the final round of a young talent contest for street art artists, took place in April 2021 in Ho Chi Minh City.

Each artist created his/her own art works on a theme related to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The results of the performance event were eight inspirational art works, expressing the artists' perspective on the world of tomorrow such as Eastern spiritual and cultural life, honoring the traditional culture, honoring the beauty of life, living beings, and the countryside landscape, etc.

Story and photo: Minh Hien

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