The recent exhibitions of Le Quang Ha have been banned, but he is no suffering artist. This art grad has taken his work to ... More
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The recent exhibitions of Le Quang Ha have been banned, but he is no suffering artist. This art grad has taken his work to another level altogether, imbibing inspirations from the world around him. His works range from paintings, oil canvases to sculpture and drawings that appall, amaze and attract at the same time. They can currently be viewed only at his home, though he has had many exhibitions, participated in workshops and won numerous awards.
Sadly, the first One Pillar Pagoda was destroyed during the French War. The new Vietnamese government rebuilt the temple in
1955. It was originally constructed by Emperor Ly Thai Tong to commemorate the long awaited birth of an heir. ...
Covering two floors and a patio, this Old Quarter art space has a few surprises to offer. Ceramic sculptures in
the window give a sample of what is to come, their frog like stances uncannily mimicking early Max Ernst. ...
This small lake between the Old Quarter and the French Quarter is central to Hanoian folklore. A ghostly shrine (the
Turtle Pagoda) standing on an islet at its center pays homage to a golden turtle. In the 15th century, ...