Entitled Tương Lai Nhìn Từ Quá Khứ (Future from The Past), the exhibition shows aspirations and dreams of Korean people in different periods through various topics of nature, daily life and young woman. 

Hanoi,Korean folk paintings,displays,promote cultural exchanges
Flower Vase by Ko Kungli.


“Folk paintings feature happiness," said Song Chang-soo, deputy president of the Korean Folk Painting Association. "I hope this exhibition will be an opportunity for Korea and Vietnam to promote exchanges through traditional paintings."

Hanoi,Korean folk paintings,displays,promote cultural exchanges
Moon, Sun and Five Mountains by Lim Eunjung.
 


The paintings were drawn by 46 artists from the Korean Folk Painting Association. The colourful artwork show joy, happiness and excitement in life as seen from different angles with contemporary creativity of each artist.

The Korean Folk Painting Association is the largest art organisation in Korea and has 1,500 members. It's performance is to maintain, preserve and promote Korean folk paintings.

Hanoi,Korean folk paintings,displays,promote cultural exchanges
Longevity by Na Younhwa. — VNS Photos by Nguyen Binh


The exhibition is organised by the Korean Cultural Centre in collaboration with the Korean Folk Painting Association, and is an opportunity for Korea and Vietnam to promote cultural exchanges through traditional fine arts.

The exhibition runs until February 25 at the Korean Cultural Centre, No 49 Nguyen Du, Hanoi. — VNS

Vietnamese, Korean artists showcase monochrome paintings in Hanoi

Vietnamese, Korean artists showcase monochrome paintings in Hanoi

Twelve Vietnamese and South Korean artists will showcase their monochrome paintings at an exhibition that will open in Hanoi tomorrow, December 3.