Do Duy Tuan, Vietnamese painter, is one of the most talented artists in Vietnam and a profound, Zen thinker. He paints mostly women, portrays his female subjects in somber and dreamlike moods and uses mixed media as his material. He successfully blends both a high degree of delicacy and texture creating an effective contrast in his paintings. He has received numerous awards from competitions and exhibits overseas. Twice, he has received the Certificate of Recognition from the Phillip Morris Group of Companies ASEAN Art Awards.
1999: Third prize at Zone 6 Fine Arts Exhibition, Vietnam Fine Arts Association;
2000: Award at National Fine Arts Exhibition 1996-2000, Ministry of Culture and Information;
2001: Award at Zone 6 Fine Arts Exhibition, VietNam Fine Arts Association;
2001: Vietnam Fine Arts Exhibition Award 2001/ Asean 2002 (Phillip Morris);
2003: Award at Zone 6 Fine Arts Exhibition, VietNam Fine Arts Association;
2005: Award at National Fine Arts Exhibition 2001-2005, Ministry of Culture and Information.
Has paintings in National Arts Museum, Hanoi, and HCM Art Museum. Also in domestic and foreign individual collections and galleries.
Do Duy Tuan, nato nel 1954 in Vietnam, è uno degli artisti di maggior talento in Vietnam e un profondo pensatore Zen. Si è laureato da Hue College of Fine Arts. Dipinge per lo più donne, ritrae i suoi soggetti femminili in stati d'animo cupo e onirici, e utilizza tecniche miste come materiale. Ha ricevuto numerosi premi di concorsi e mostre all'estero.