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Vietnamese art has delighted those that have taken the time to search it out. Now, we are privileged to be able to put on show some of the best of this work in London. It remains some of the best value fine art to be found anywhere in the world.’

A reception and private view, which is strictly by invitation only, and which will be attended by The Ambassador, will be held in the Fine Rooms at Asia House, 63 New Cavendish Street, London W1, on Wednesday April 15th, from 6pm-9pm, with speeches at 6.45pm.

The exhibition continues until May 7th (see Asia House for opening hours).

Oc-Eo Art also announce they will be showing at Chelsea Art Fair, which will be held at The Old Town Hall, Kings Road, London 23rd-26th April, with a private view on the 22nd April.

Notes for the editor

Oc-Eo Art was founded by Peter Quintana in 2006, after he decided to retire from a career in IT and operations, some of which was spent in the Far East. Peter travelled extensively throughout Vietnam and neighbouring countries, where he developed a passion for Asian and in particular Vietnamese art. Over the past 10 years he has acquired over 200 works from Vietnam.

Since founding Oc-Eo Art, Peter has presented the following exhibitions:

October 2006 – launch of Oc-Eo Art and Through Eastern Eyes: An introduction to Vietnamese art – Bath Spa Hotel, Bath

February 2007 – From East to West - Troubadour Gallery, London

April 2007 – Hanoi Spring – Arndean Gallery, London

May 2007 – Hidden Charms – Chapel Row Gallery, Bath

June 2007 – Perceptions of Woman – Smithfield Gallery, London

October 2007 – Light and Life – Arndean Gallery, London

November 2007 – A Sense of Space – works by Nguyen Thanh Binh and Nguyen Dieu Thuy, for Asian Art in London – Mall Galleries, London

December 2007 – Four Seasons – Chapel Row Gallery, Bath

March 2008 – Through Eastern Eyes – Arndean Gallery, London

April 2008 – Imagining the Source – works by Ho Huu Thu, Kim Bach and Le Vuong – Mall Galleries, London

May 2008 – The Space Beyond – works by Nguyen Dieu Thuy - Gallery 27, London

July 2008 – Hometown – works by He Hong Wei – Gallery 27, London

September 2008 – Through Eastern Eyes – in partnership with Sutcliffe Galleries, Harrogate

September 2008 – Vietnam, the Hidden Charm – exhibition and reception for HE Mr Tran Quang Hoan Ambassador of S.R. of Vietnam, on occasion of 63rd Vietnam National Day and 35th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Vietnam and the United Kingdom, Asia House, London

September 2008 – Rising Stars from China and Vietnam  – works by Minh Phan Thanh and He Hong Wei - Bejing Art Salon, Beijing, China

October 2008 – Women, Art, Life – works by Kim Bach, Bui Suoi Hoa, Nguyen Yen Nguyet and Nguyen Dieu Thuy – Red Dot Fair, London

October 2008 – WEADA Members Fair, Taunton

November 2008 – Colour : Emotion – works by Nguyen Than, Bui Suoi Hoa and Vu Ha Nam, for Asian Art in London - Mall Galleries, London

November 2008 – LAPADA Autumn Fair, Cheltenham

December 2008 – Chapel Row Gallery, Bath

February 2009 – Through Eastern Eyes – in partnership with Karen Taylor Gallery, St. Margarets, London

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