The Goethe-Institut is holding a three-part exhibition "Hanoi City Mirrored in Art" to celebrate 35 years of diplomatic relations between Germany and Vietnam and Hanoi's 1,000th anniversary.
The exhibition is displaying paintings, etchings, engravings, photography, videos and installations by more than 20 artists.
While the first part of the exhibition, which is open till December 30, is over, there is much to see in the next two parts.
The second part of the exhibition focuses on Hanoi as an urban space undergoing rapid change and upheaval. Open from December 7 to 13, this part of the exhibition will showcase works by Do Minh Tam, Vu Bich Thuy, Nguyen The Son, Vu Dan Tan and Nguyen Nhu Y among others.
The third part of the exhibition, open from December 16 to 30, shows the artistic research of the Hamburg photographer André LÃ¼tzen investigating the blurred border between private and public life in the Vietnamese capital.
All exhibitions are free and held at Goethe-Institut Hanoi, 56-58 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Ba Dinh District.