Painting Exhibition “Kê Ke” by Ha Hoang

Painting Exhibition “Kê Ke” by Ha Hoang

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Exhibition: 06 Jan – 06 Feb 2017
Ke Restaurant
81b Xuan Dieu Str, Hanoi

Update from the organizer: Ke Restaurant will close for Tet holiday on 25 Jan, re-open on 2 Feb

From the organizer:

Folk paintings have been an indispensable part of the Vietnamese tradition during Tet (Lunar New Year) for a long while. It is something even deeper and stronger than Chung cake, as the red couplets.

Each year is related to a sign of the zodiac according to the 12-year cycle, and year of the Rooster 2017 is coming on the air. The rooster is a vital part not only of folk paintings but also Vietnamese spirit which is well-known as Dai Cat, Thu Hung, Vinh Hoa, Ga Mai Tuc Moi. It generally reflects the meaning of life and human desires and also symbolizes the loyalty, a sociable nature and a punctuality that is bound to impress. This boisterous bird calls out dawn while proudly puffing his chest, signs up the awesomeness for a start.

Smelling the 2017 rooster spirit in obvious, our artist Ha Hoang has some outstanding folk paintings for Tet to share. A great occasion to come exploring the meaning of Roosters in Vietnamese culture, looking back to the pass one year or just simply sharing laughs, joy and spread your cheers.

Free entry

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