Vietnamese female artists exhibit works in Singapore

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"Touch of Vietnam 4," an exhibition featuring four well-established female artists in Vietnamese modern and contemporary fine arts will open in Singapore on December 1.

The first Vietnamese painting exhibition ever held in Singapore by Galerie K Moeller Vietnamese Art, it presents artworks in different styles and different techniques of using oil and acrylic on canvas by the artists, aged from 47 to 75.

The four female artists, including Nguyen Thi Tam, Dang Thi Duong, Tran Thuy Linh, and Cao Thi Duoc, have participated in numerous local and international exhibitions. Their works have been collected worldwide and some are permanently displayed at National Museum of Fine Arts in Vietnam.

Senior artist Nguyen Thi Tam, notably, has her paintings collected by Museum of the Vatican.

In June 2012, at the helm of Ho Chi Minh City's Women Artist Club, these four artists will be the key persons playing host to over 200 international female artists in Vietnam at "Her Presence in Colours X," an international women's biennial art event that travels around the world.

GALERIE K MOELLER Vietnamese Art, located in Singapore is an organization which aims to promote Vietnamese modern and contemporary arts outside of Vietnam.

As a pioneer consultancy, it is working to showcase Vietnamese master art works and introduce established artists, who are ready for international art market while helping young and emerging artists to grow through art fairs, art exhibitions and events.

The exhibition will run until Dec 31st from Monday to Sunday at The Art Loft, Volvo Showroom, 249 Alexandra Road, Singapore 159935.

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