– Imposing landscapes, daily life stories and internal sensations are themes of a joint exhibition between Vietnamese, Japanese and Thai artists.Silent Talk, opened on May 15 at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, featuring paintings and sculptures of Wattanachot Tungateja, Mukai Katsumi and Cong Kim Hoa.
Art critic Phan Cam Thuong observed her creative journey with the appreciation of how she has brought out the beauty by using her own language.
“Being open to the dawn, resigning themselves to the twilight or the solitude at the corner of an unknown room, the inelegant sculptures of Mukai are standing quietly, but vibrating an enormous energy, the energy of silent spirit, the energy which whisper to us about the fate of trees, the destiny of human beings and the cycle of life and death in this world,” he said.Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc street, Hanoi.-VNA
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