DAO HAI PHONG
1965 Be born in Hanoi. His father, Dao Duc, a well- known international award winning film artist, was the art director for the first Vietnamese film. “Share a River" (1959)
1987 Graduated from the College of Drama and Cinematography, where he studied in the Art Film Design Department.
1992 Started designing for the Vietnam Film Studio, and soon attained the position of chief designer. Began painting prolifically and embarked on a career as an independent artist.
Member of the Vietnam Fine Art Association
1993 "Hanoi Memories", Vietnam Art Association, Hanoi, Vietnam
1994 "The Art of Vietnam", Roy Miles Gallery, London, UK
Vietnam Art Festival sponsored by Vietnam Business Association, LKF Gallery, Hong Kong.
1995 "After Dark - Landscape of Light", Hoa Sen Gallery, Hanoi, Vietnam (Proceeds went to a Hanoi children's charity)
“Independence”, Nam Son Gallery, Hanoi, Vietnam
1996 “Three artists”, LKF Gallery, Hongkong
“Independent in Hanoi”, Nam Son Gallery, Hanoi, Vietnam
1997 “A Glimpse of Hanoi”, Duc Minh Gallery, Ho Chi Minh City
“View of Contemporary Art”, Novotel Hotel, Vientiane, Laos
"A View from Others", DongSon Gallery, Hanoi, Vietnam
"A Winding River - The Journey of Contemporary Art in Vietnam", Meridian International Center, Washington DC, USA
1998 "Hanoi Art Exhibition", Vietnam Art Association, Hanoi, VN
1999 "Pure and Pearcing Colour", Rich & Famous Gallery, Rapperswil, Switzerland
"Twilight Moment", Plum Blossoms Gallery, Hong Kong and Singapore
2001 "Peaceful season" in Ho Chi Minh City, Group exhibition at Kim 3 Gallery, New York, USA
2003 Solo exhibition one night at Kee Club, HongKong
2003 "Binh & Phong" combine exhibition at hkfineart.com gallery in HongKong (in cooperation with Green Palm gallery).
2007 Group Exhibition in Korea.
2009 “Featuring” Group Exhibition, ANA Intercontinental Hotel, Japan
“Room to Read” Charity Group Exhibition, Tokyo, Japan
2010 Group Exhibition of “Dai Hai Phong, Le Thanh Son, Do Hoang Tuong” Mayfair, London, UK.
2016 "At the hind sight" exhibition at Green Palm gallery, Hanoi, Vietnam