Tickets are accessible to all the buildings inside. The main building is three floors. There are almost all realistic paintings in it. To be honest, I don't really know how to appreciate the paintings, but I appreciate the style of the gallery itself. The museum itself is also a historic building combining France and Vietnam. The goose-yellow exterior wall is a work of art, whether it is colorful windows, iron staircase handrails, gorgeous walls, mottled floor tiles or corner shutters. I like such bright buildings, some of them are so vivid. Museum exhibits include oil paintings, plate paintings, silk paintings and so on, mostly works of Vietnam War, ordinary life, and some imaginative modern art paintings. With a little selfishness, the gallery went again when it finally returned to Ho Chi Minh. The first time it really came with appreciation, the second time it completely used it as the background to photograph the wedding dress. Give me a window, and then it could be used as a gown.
1. In the center of the city, not far from each scenic spot, walking is enough; 2. The main exhibition in the museum is the works of art in the past 100 years; 3. There are four floors, mainly classified by age, which are circular visits; 4. The theme with the highest perception is war and maternal love; 5. The ticket is 30,000 guilders, which is about 9 yuan.
The first stop is the Ho Chi Minh Art Museum. There are not many people and the ticket price is amazingly cheap. When the Chinese Art Museum can get this price, I will live in the Art Museum. Back to the point, the service personnel are very polite and patient in their explanations. Praise them manually.
The ticket is 10k, about 3 RMB. No tour group or Chinese people. This kind of local tour group doesn't make money, so don't come. In fact, it's near Bianqing Market and Fanwulao Street. It's walkable. This is the last stop in Ho Chi Minh City, ready to go to the airport, drink iced coffee at the opposite roadside stall (under the sacomreal building), unexpectedly meet a little girl who can speak a few Chinese, help to book a motorcycle to the airport, as long as 35K. She said - "She likes China. If you go, please remember to buy a drink across the street, as long as 12K... Seriously recommended....
It is a bright yellow building built in the early 20th century during the French colonial period. The Gallery has three floors, designed by Vietnamese and French designers, so it has both Vietnamese and French characteristics in style. Vietnam was nationalized after liberation in 1975. It was established as an art museum in 1987. It was officially opened to the public in 1991. At present, it belongs to the first-class National Museum of Vietnam. If you don't understand the art works collected in the library, it's also pleasant to see the architecture.
The small foreign building of the gallery was mistaken for a hotel at first. The collection is divided into three floors, namely, modern art, special exhibitions and ancient works of art. Modern and contemporary art galleries are the largest, including lacquerware works that are not common elsewhere.
We entered through a small gate and bought tickets (about 5 yuan) to visit art exhibits in three buildings. It's a quiet corridor with few tourists. The works of art on the wall, understand or do not understand, seem unimportant, enjoy the moment of quiet comfortably.
The art gallery is pink. The reason why we chose to go is not because of how much literature and art the four of us have, but because it was too hot that day. We wanted to find a cool place. But there's no air conditioning here, but the paintings are really superb.