An art exhibition called Cargo featuring HCM City’s landscapes and lifestyle by Italian artist Barbara Pellizzari Anchisi began today at the Decibel Lounge in District 1.
The exhibition includes 10 works that use a combination of printmaking and tempera technique on Chinese paper.
Anchisi, who has worked as painting restorer and art teacher in Florence and China, moved to Viet Nam in 2009. She manages art projects at schools for street children in Binh Thanh Street.
The artist has had four solo exhibitions in China and Italy.
The exhibition opening begins at 7pm.-VNS
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