Last update: 14:24 | 04/01/2018
VietNamNet Bridge – Aiming to bring traditional art closer to art lovers, IAcA Café will host an exhibition and talk show Folk Paintings through the Eyes of Young Artists on Sunday.
Hedroic: A hoodie with a print of the folk painting Thanh Giong (St. Giong) which will feature at the Folk Paintings through the Eyes of Young Artists exhibition. — Photo tiredcity.com
The exhibition will present the Folk Paintings Hoodie Collection of folk art prints on daily-life objects. It is the result of collaboration between TiredCity, a company specialising in distributing exclusive artworks from Vietnam’s prominent young artists, and young artist Nguyen Xuan Lam, author of the illustration collection Ve Lai Tranh Dan Gian (Redraw folk paintings), which she recreated with graphic techniques.
The Folk Paintings Hoodie Collection will present unisex hoodies which are printed with folk paintings of Ngu Ho (Five Tigers), Thanh Giong (St. Giong), and Chim Hac (The Crane). The exhibition also will showcase several other art prints on daily-life objects, including notebook, tote bag, T-shirt and postcard.
Folksy: A tote bag created by TiredCity using an art print from Dong Ho folk painting. — Photo tiredcity.com
An accompanying talk show will be given by artist Lam, and Trinh Thu Trang, founder of “Hoa Sac Viet” – the first project in Vietnam to document colours and patterns of Hang Trong folk paintings that can be applied to modern designs.
The free-entry event will start at 2pm. IAcA Café is on the second floor at 24-26 Ly Quoc Su Street, Hanoi.
For more information, please contact: (024) 62702900 or 0911910411 (Ms. Trang).