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Friday, October 23, 2020

Gallery The Art holds exhibition and launching ceremony

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An art exhibition and a launching ceremony of an art exchange called Gallery The Art were held on October 1 at the Central Palace Hotel, 39 Nguyen Trung Truc Street in District 1, HCMC, aiming to introduce art works and handicrafts to visitors at home and abroad.

Besides this, Gallery The Art has developed its operating system with an aim to approach visitors all over the world. To realize this siam, the art exchange has signed a deal with its first international business partner, Amoga Group, an ecommerce operator in Singapore with over five million users. Through the partnership with Amoga, the art exchange will be facilitated to reach out to its global clients. In this year, the art exchange is set to sign cooperation deals with at least five major partners in Europe, Australia, and North America.

Founders of the art exchange have spent a long time studying many art forms including painting, handicraft, and visiting traditional craft villages, stone, wood carving facilities throughout Vietnam, where every finished product has its own philosophy and beauty, and will enrich the spiritual life of people.

However, the introduction of such art works to the public still remains limited and scattered. Especially amid the Covid-19 pandemic, it was challenging to promote the interaction among art collectors, artists, artisans and visitors.
Accordingly, Gallery The Art was launched to connect people who share the same passion for art with artists and artisans. The art exchange will also serve as a bridge that connects art collectors together.

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