Ho Chi Minh City hosts William Pham’s art exhibition

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Ho Chi Minh City hosts William Pham’s art exhibition

Painter William Pham (left) and Vietnamese Ambassador to Israel Ly Duc Trung (middle) enjoy artworks at ‘The Voyage to Freedom’ exhibition on December 31, 2021. Photo: Ngo Art Gallery

‘The Voyage to Freedom,’ the second abstract painting exhibition by William Pham, welcomed many art lovers in Ho Chi Minh City, professional collectors and business people from Japan, Germany and the U.S. wtih its unique concepts and colors.

The event, which took place at Ngo Art Gallery in Thao Dien Ward in Thu Duc City from December 16-31, 2021, was attended by Vietnamese Ambassador to Israel Ly Duc Trung, who is on a weeklong working trip in Ho Chi Minh City and some southern localities before presenting credentials to the Israeli president in April.

The ambassador visited the gallery last weekend, where he and painter William Pham discussed art subjects that could convey messages on global issues, humanity, environmental protection, and peace.

Painter William Pham (left) introduces Vu khuc nhan ai, the star of “The Voyage to Freedom” exhibition, to Vietnamese Ambassador to Israel Ly Duc Trung, on December 31, 2021. Photo: Ngo Art Gallery
Painter William Pham (left) introduces ‘Vu Khuc Nhan Ai,’ the star of ‘The Voyage to Freedom’ exhibition, to Vietnamese Ambassador to Israel Ly Duc Trung, December 31, 2021. Photo: Ngo Art Gallery

Among many canvas paintings displayed, visitors focused on Vu Khuc Nhan Ai (The Dance in Mercy), which was selected for introduction at a ceremony honoring the title winner of the World Leader in AI World Society (AIWS) Award 2021 held in April last year under the framework of a series of events launched by the United Nations Centennial Initiative.

Born in 1979, William Pham earned an MBA and a doctorate in the Netherlands and the UK.

He used to work at the international relations department under the State Audit of Vietnam.

Pham, who is passionate about contributions to artistic freedom, organized his first solo exhibition in 2020 in Ho Chi Minh City with 19 abstract artworks.

The event was highly appreciated by numerous art critics, architects, artists, and diplomats.

Here are some paintings showcased at ‘The Voyage to Freedom’ exhibition:

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