Photo exhibition on Outline of Vietnamese Culture to open in late February

Delegates to the 3rd National Arts and Culture Congress warmly welcomed President Ho Chi Minh to the Congress (November 26, 1962). Photo documentary: VNA

The exhibition showcase documentary photos on the “Outline of Vietnamese Culture” and outstanding achievements in preserving and promoting Vietnamese cultural identities and activities in the past recent years.

The “Outline of Vietnamese Culture”, also known as the 1943 Outline on Culture, manifests the Party’s recognition of the significance of culture to the overall development of the nation.

The three principles of “nationalisation”, “popularisation”, and “scientification” stated in the document have kept their value over time, guiding the development of the national culture.

Also on this occasion, eighty paintings created between 1945 and 1954 by 30 Vietnamese artists will be on display at an exhibition which will open at the Vietnam National Fine Arts Museum in Hanoi from February 24 to March 3 to mark the 80th anniversary of the Outline of Vietnamese Culture.

The artists captured production activities and the resistance war in Vietnam, and praised the patriotism and solidarity of Vietnamese people.

The exhibition is intended to honour the artists who contributed to the nation with enthusiasm and sacrifice in the arts./.


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