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Exhibition and introduction of photobook “Binh Thuan, where I live”

By Phuong Lan (Source: Binhthuan Online &dulichbinhthuan.com.vn)

BTO- An artistic photo exhibition will be held on October 22 at Pandanus resort, where a photobook entitled “Binh Thuan, where I live” of photographic artist Huu Thanh will be launched. At the event, which is part of  a series of activities marking the 21st anniversary of Binh Thuan Tourism Day (October 24, 1995-October 24, 2016), 50 typical photos taken during the time he has been working in Binh Thuan. The highlight of this program is the introduction of Huu Thanh’ photobook “Binhn Thuan, where I live” with more than 200 pictures divided into 3 separate topics: Binh Thuan-Land and People, Trace of time, and game of the wind, showing special moments imbued with poetry in Binh Thuan- the land of peacefulness and hospitality.

Some other events will also take place in the same day and vene, as follows: talk-show “Photography- The life around us” co-organized by Vietnam Association of  Photographic Artists  (VAPA), department of Culture-Sports and Tourism, and Binh Thuan Literature and Arts Association,  with the participation of 50 photographers from Binh Thuan and other localities.

Here after some outstanding pictures of Huu Thanh photographic artist:

 

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