Graffiti,Vietnam arts,Hanoi

Kongo is of both Vietnamese and French descent, with a Vietnamese father and a French mother. He spent his childhood in Ho Chi Minh City before departing the country to spend time in the Democratic Republic of Congo and France.

Graffiti,Vietnam arts,Hanoi
He then began his career as a graffiti artist at the age of 18 in France.
Graffiti,Vietnam arts,Hanoi

Kongo is one of the few graffiti artists to be selected by some of the world’s leading brands, including Hèrmes, Chanel, Richard Mille, and Maserati, to participate in a number of art projects.

Graffiti,Vietnam arts,Hanoi
Graffiti,Vietnam arts,Hanoi

The opening of his first gallery on Trang Tien Street in Hanoi brings him a step closer to achieving his dream of bringing graffiti art to people in his fatherland.

Graffiti,Vietnam arts,Hanoi
A painting sized 2mx2m valued at over VND2 billion serves as the highlight of the exhibition.
Graffiti,Vietnam arts,Hanoi

Following are some of Kongo’s artworks that are on show in Hanoi:

Graffiti,Vietnam arts,Hanoi
 
Graffiti,Vietnam arts,Hanoi
Graffiti,Vietnam arts,Hanoi
Graffiti,Vietnam arts,Hanoi
Graffiti,Vietnam arts,Hanoi


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Hanoi house covered by Covid-19 prevention graffiti

Hanoi house covered by Covid-19 prevention graffiti

A painter in Hanoi has decorated his house with paintings featuring Covid-19 prevention messages. 

Graffiti artist decorates house with images on COVID-19

Graffiti artist decorates house with images on COVID-19

There’s a house in Hanoi’s Ha Dong District that really is a head-turner.