Khoan Cắt Bê Tông to be reproduced on pictures of Lolo Zazar

For those who might be interested in Vietnamese advertising styple on wall, the exhibition entitled “Speeches of wall” by Lolo Zazar from 2 May to 11 June 2012 at lobby of L’Espace Hanoi (No. 24 Trang Tien Street, Hanoi) may be a wise choice for a typically Vietnamese feature.

For those who might be interested in Vietnamese advertising styple on wall, the exhibition entitled “Speeches of wall” by Lolo Zazar from 2 May to 11 June 2012 at lobby of L’Espace Hanoi (No. 24 Trang Tien Street, Hanoi) may be a wise choice for a typically Vietnamese feature.

Pictures shown on this exhibition reflects the rapid change of walls in Hanoi during 5 time living here of the artist via his poetic and sensitive eyes. Appearing in the eyes of guests expected are popular images of variegated walls with plenty of “Khoan Cắt Bê Tông” advertisement (Concrete Drilling and Cutting), or modern walls with graffiti works by youngsters.

Lolo Zazar is a French artist who works in different genres of art, from fine art and photography to sculpture. Lolo is now living in Vietnam to conduct some of his personal art projects about this charming country.

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