Russia woven art paintings exhibition “Spring in homeland” at the Museum of the Cultures of Vietnam’s ethnic groups-Thai Nguyen.

Along with the activities welcoming spring Giap Ngo of the Museum of the Cultures of Vietnam’s ethnic groups, the collector  Russia cultural landscape-Mrs Nguyen Thuy Binh displays coordinated collection with the theme: “Spring in hometown “, from 2nd, February,2014 until May, 2014. Ms. Binh has brought the passion for culture, Russia art to Vietnam, was first introduced in Thai Nguyen.

Ms. Nguyen Thuy Binh was born and grow up in the Thai Nguyen land of the rich traditions. Graduated from the University of Hanoi Foreign Language Teachers, Faculty of Russian, she was assigned to teach Russian in Luong Ngoc Quyen high school, Thai Nguyen. From 1982 to 1985, she appointed to study and work in the Russian Federation twice. From 1987 to 1993,  with the position of a captain-cum-interpreter, she led 50 people from Thai Nguyen to Riga – Latvia capital (USSR) work in labor cooperation.  In charge of Russian department, , she was a head of the delegation with 07 students to the contest VN International Gifted Students in Moscow in 2004 with six gold medals, 1 silver. From 2006 to 2011, she was honored to be assigned to work in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of VN in Mosco, Room of Work Overseas students.

During working in Russia, with love for Russian literature, the names of artists and works of famous Russian art from the 15th century – the Renaissance to the present. And then, country, culture, and the Russians were fascinated her, especially textile paintings art in Russia. The desire to be collected, owned the priceless artworks is expressed through the natural fiber rug that weaving magical paintings. Plus the desire to bring this unique art promotion with hometown Vietnam urged Ms Binh. Then, overcome many difficulties, she collected and selected the most distinctive paintings to bring Russian culture, Russian art beauty introducing  at native Vietnam.

On the occasion of spring Giap Ngo, 2014. The exhibition of Russian woven art with the theme “Spring in Homeland” at the Museum of the Cultures of Vietnam’s ethnic groups  is the desire of the author to introducing to the people in Thai Nguyen province a unique culture of the Russian people, “woven art painting”.