An exhibition of more than 600 posters was opened in Hanoi on August 10th to mark the 60th anniversary of the August Revolution (Aug.19) and National Independence Day (Sep.2).
The exhibition is being held by the Ministry of Culture and Information, the Department of Propaganda and Training under the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour, and the Vietnam Revolutionary, Ho Chi Minh, Military History, and Fine Arts Musuems, Hanoi’s Department of Culture and Information, the Vietnam Art Exhibition Centre.
Posters are displayed according to 3 periods of time: 1945-1954, 1954-1975 and 1975-2005. The topic of the 144 designing the first period is about the foundation of the Communist Party of Vietnam, the fight to seize power and protect the revolutionary authority and the struggle against French colonialists. The 127 posters for the second period are about the party’s efforts to bring socialism to northern and guide the struggle against the US for southern liberation and national independence. The 371 posters of the third period depict national independence, the building of socialism and the promotion of national industrialization and modernization for the goal “wealthy people, strong country, just, democratic and civilised society”.
The exhibition will close on August 17th.
BTA (According to Quan doi Nhan Dan Newspaper)
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