Vietnamese Exhibit Sept. 6th thru Jan. 25th


Vietnamese Exhibit Sept. 6th thru Jan. 25th


Come and Join us as we tour Charalampous Collection’s

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Free Tickets during it’s opening Sept. 6 at 6:00PM, after Sept.6 the regular admission fee will be 6$.

During the grand opening of the exhibit Hors d’oeuvres, Wine & Music will be available to indulge in

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About the Collector



I have had the opportunity to visit Vietnam to see the efforts that the Vietnamese are making to overcome so many challenges and to become successful members of the international community.  I have visited many museums and galleries and met many artists some of whose art I have collected. Art looks like a significant bridge to me to overcome societal differences, including the obvious political differences resulting from the war, and for the people of Vietnam to work for reconciliation for all concerned.  In more modern times, the production of contemporary art in Vietnam started with the Ecole des Beaux-Arts de l’Indochine (the predecessor of the Hanoi College of Fine Arts) which was created around 1925 in Hanoi by the French colonizers which continues to be produced to this day. My travels to Vietnam were enhanced by collecting this art and I want to share my collection with the American-Vietnamese and other communities residing in the Houston area.