Those who want to dispel tetchiness and annoyance of daily stress of urban life, Cao Dai Temple in Tay Ninh Province is a good recommendation.
A young man in Saigon can turn waste eggshells into true artworks after making hundreds of drill bits smaller than hair.
Overseas customers have been won over by Do Son's work, which primarily features nude women.
Sculptor Ku Kao Khai creates pieces that offer a glimpse into the lives of Viet Nam's hardworking fishermen.
In the near future, foreign-style stone lions with fierce looks, large paws and sharp teeth are expected to be removed from relics, pagodas and temples throughout the country.
Various artworks ranging from paintings, graphics, video to installation arts are on display at the Young Fine Arts Festival 2014 that opened on Tuesday in Ha Noi.
The third youth arts festival opened at Hanoi University of Fine Arts on August 20.
On Tuesday the Department of Fine Arts, Photography and Exhibition sent photos to all 63 provinces and cities of sacred animal statues that have been used for centuries as “guards” at temples in Vietnam.
The Culture, Sports and Tourism Ministry has promulgated a document warning agencies and individuals not to exhibit or use symbols or objects unsuited to Vietnamese customs and culture.
The exhibition of landscape paintings by The Mobile Artist Group entitled “The Echo of Nature” is being held at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum in Hanoi until August 15.