Visit the first 3D painting museum in Vietnam
Artinus (Art In Us) in HCM City is the first 3D painting art museum in the country.
The museum has nine zones featuring nine topics, including the wildlife world, oceans, Renaissance art, ancient Egypt.
The area for images of Vietnam is located in the heart of the museum. There are 3D paintings of the most famous landscapes and tourist sites in Vietnam such as vast terraced fields in the northwest region, Halong Bay, Hue ancient citadel and the Mekong Delta. In photo: The impressive image of a Vietnamese girl in traditional ao dai.
3D paintings are a form of art that uses the near and far principle. Artworks are on walls, ceilings, floors.
Within 3 months, 15 artists from South Korea completed hundreds of giant paintings at the museum.
Visiting each zone, you’ll be lost in different worlds.
Houses are drawn in a tilting position compared to the floor.
The zone with the theme “love”, which attracts many young couples.
Small paintings along corridors and walkways are also meticulously drawn.
The museum opens from 9am to 10pm daily with entrance fee from VND220,000 to VND300,000/person.
The museum is located on Him Lam Road in District 7.
T. Van / vietnamnet