"New Day of Saigon" Gallery
Ho Chi Minh City, 2019
During my summer internship in 2019, with tremendous support and encouragement from my family, friends and artists in Ho Chi Minh City, I set up an art gallery to exhibit some of my artworks. Despite a short amount of time, my gallery attracted more than 200+ attendees in three days, making me feel fortunate and grateful to have all of those supports. I also decided to donate all of the proceeds to more than 130+ homeless and elderly people living in Lam Quang Pagoda. For me, giving my efforts to the society is a way to pay back my fortune.
Bao Pham's artistic inspiration in his hometown
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Young HCMC artist's journey has taken him from drawing for fun to creating an art exhibition...
Elderly people inspired a young Vietnamese artist
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During the young artist's summer trip in Vietnam, Bao was inspired by elderly homeless people living in a pagoda. He decided to do something else for them.