Hong Viet Dung


“Hoan Kiem” lake.

155 x 155cm | 61 x 61inch


100 x 100cm | 39.4 x 39.4inch

Girl with lotus

100 x 100cm | 39.4 x 39.4inch

Golden road

110 x 210cm | 43.3 x 82.7inch
Calm morning

Calm morning

110 x 210cm | 43.3 x 82.7inch
Late afternoon

Late afternoon I

100 x 120cm | 39.4 x 47.2inch

Twilight moment

110 x 210cm | 43.3 x 82.7inch
Late afternoon

Late afternoon

110 x 210cm | 43.3 x 82.7inch


1962 Born in Hanoi, Viet Nam

Member of the Vietnam Fine Art Association

Member of the Hanoi Literature and Art Association

Member of “Gang of Five”


Graduated from Hanoi Fine Arts College.


1994 Solo exhibition, Dong Son Gallery, Hanoi, Vietnam

1995 Solo exhibition, Substation Gallery, Singapore.

1997 Solo exhibition, Corner of Tranquility, Hanoi, Vietnam

2000 Europe Art Geneva “International Art Fair”, Geneva, Switzerland.

2002 New Works” solo exhibition, Rotunda, Exchange Square, Hong Kong.

Solo exhibition at Latin American Art Museum, Miami, Florida, USA

2014 Solo exhibition at Ion Orchard, Singapore


1988 Group exhibition, Young Artists, USSR.

1990 Group exhibition, Gang of Five, Gallery 7, Hanoi, Vietnam.

1991 Group exhibition, Gang of Five, Gallery Thanh Nien, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

1993 Group exhibition, Gang of Five, Vietnam.

1996 Group exhibition, Gang of Five, Gallery La Vong, Hong Kong

Group exhibition, Rural Poetry, Cicada Gallery, Singapore

Group exhibition, Fujita Vente Arts, Japan

1997 Group exhibition, Vietnamese Young Artists, Center Wallonie Brussels, Paris, France.

Group exhibition, Winding River-The Journey of Contemporary Art in Vietnam, Meridian International Center, Washington D.C., U.S.A

Group exhibition, Europe Art, Geneva, Switzerland

Group exhibition, ASIAN master works, Palace of the Golden Horse-Mines Resort, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Group exhibition, Realm of Enchantment, Plum Blossoms Gallery, Hong Kong & Singapore

1998 Group exhibition in Vinh Loi gallery.

“Three Vietnamese Contemporary Artists” group exhibition at the Cork Street Gallery, London, UK.

“Vietnam 20th Century: Plastic and Visual Art from 1925 to our time” group exhibition, Brussels, Belgium

“Reflection of Vietnam” group exhibition at Woolloomooloo Gallery, Sydney.

Group exhibition at Euro Art 2000, Barcelona, Spain

2000 “Where the River Meets” group exhibition in the Vietnamese Cultural Festival, Luxembourg and “Libre de Brussels” University, Brussels, Belgium.

“Asiatique” Exhibition at Kings Road Gallery, UK

“A Vision of Viet Nam” Exhibition at Kings Road Gallery, UK.

“Impression and Expression” Exhibition of Vietnamese Contemporary paintings, Thailand.

“Modern Arts” Exhibition at CEAE in Hanoi, Vietnam

2008 “Spiritual Spaces” Exhibition, Bangkok, Thailand

2010 “Genesis” Exhibition in London, UK

Group exhibition, Young Artists, USSR

2016 “At the hind sight” exhibition at Green Palm gallery, Hanoi, Vietnam


Vietnam Fine Arts Museum.

singapore Fine Art Museum.

HRH The Duke of York.


Hong Viet Dung

Dreamy with girls with braids, a boy with a bird cage vague in a quiet late autumn sunset. A sluggish boat, a deep-green road, and a quiet field, the scenery is far but near, real but unreal. Hong Viet Dung has released pieces of his memory on the works to create amazing virtual landscape imbued with an oriental romantic and classic atmosphere. Said by the artistic critic Phan Cam Thuong “Hong Viet Dung has always paid attention to the simple entire of a landscape, presenting the air and steam which dissolve all the shapes. His technique has not been much changed but deeper and deeper.” Hong Viet Dung (1962) is one of scarce artists pursuing the style of Reality and Manifestation in the contemporary art of Vietnam. He is a member of the Gang of Five, the group of leading artists of Vietnam in Doi Moi time besides other one such as Dang Xuan Hoa, Ha Tri Hieu, Tran Luong, and Pham Quang Vinh. Many of Dung works have been introduced in exhibitions and artistic event in Singapore, France, Hong Kong, the US, Australia, Malaysia, Belgium, or Thailand or included in the collections in Singapore, the US, and Vietnam.