Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam




Galerie Quynh
65 De Tham St (between Co Bac and Co Giang), 
District 1. Open: Tue-Sat from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
A contemporary art gallery but unlike the myriad of galleries that focus on more decorative works, this gallery represents works by innovative local and international artists including Tiffany Chung, Do Hoang Tuong, Hoang Duong Cam and Sandrine Llouquet. This gallery is for the serious art collector and a must-see for contemporary Vietnamese art. 

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Phuong Mai Art Gallery
129 B Le Thanh Ton St 
(near the Norfolk Hotel and the Revolution Museum), District 1.
A gallery showing contemporary work by Vietnamese artists including those by established and emerging artists. There's another showroom located at 213C Dong Khoi in District 1.

Bui Vien Street
Near the backpackers area in De Tham and Pham Ngu Lao streets in District 1.
There are several shops along this street selling oil painting at reasonable prices - ranging from 450,000-5,000,000 dong. If you want a portrait of a Vietnamese painting or even have your own photograph oil-painted, shop around here. You can get a readily available portrait within a day or two.

Bui Vien Street by 松岡明芳

Phuong Mai Art Gallery
129B le Thanh Ton St & 213C Dong Khoi St.
The two art galleries feature Vietnamese contemporary original art works including oil paintings, lacquer paintings, water color paintings and sculpture.

Central Post Office
2 Công xa Paris (near the Notre Dame Cathedral), Ben Nghe, District 1.
There is a souvenir gallery housed inside the city's Central Post Office. If you are searching beyond the cheap refrigerator magnets and pens as souvenirs, the gallery offers woodcarvings, handicraft and other artistic items to take back home.

Souvenirs at the Central Post Office by WiNG

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