PANO – Outstanding paintings on “Do” (poonah paper) and lacquer works by Vietnamese artist Ta Thi Thanh Tam were displayed at a painting exhibition, “The stories of villages”, organised by the Italian Embassy in Vietnam at Casa Italia (Italian Cultural Centre in Vietnam) on September 4th.
The exhibition, part of the program “Italy-Viet 2013: Italy’s Year in Vietnam”, aims to help viewers gain a deeper understanding about the traditions of Vietnamese villages.
The exhibition will run until September 18th.
Translated by Chung Anh
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