PHUONG QUOC TRI

Traditional girl

Traditional girl

Size: 120 x 120 cm (47 x 47 inch)

Material: Oil on Canvas

Year: 2013

The portrait of women 6

Size: 115 x 135 cm (45 x 53 inch)

Material: Oil on Canvas

Year: 2014

The portrait of women 6
The portrait of women

The portrait of women

Size: 110 x 130 cm (43 x 51 inch)

Material: Oil on Canvas

Year: 2015

The portrait of women 9

Size: 90 x 110 cm (35 x 43 inch)

Material: Oil on Canvas

Year: 2016

The portrait of women 9
The portrait of women 8

The portrait of women 8

Size: 90 x 110 cm (35″ x 43″)

Material: Oil on Canvas

Year: 2017

The Boy

Size: 120 x 120 cm (47″ x 47″)

Material: Oil on Canvas

Year: 2018

The Boy

PHUONG QUOC TRI

PHUONG QUOC TRI

1976:          Borned  in Phan Rang, Vietnam    
                   Self-study
2009:         Got the Investment Prize for the work Aspiration    
2009:         Got the Young Artist Prize at Ho Chi Minh City
                   Member of Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts Association    
       
Artworks:
2005:           Joined the Group Exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
2006:           Joined the Group Exhibition of Young Saigon Artists at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam    
2007:           Organized the Solo Exhibition “Sympathetic 1” at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam    
2008:           Organized the Solo Exhibition “    Sympathetic 2”  at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
2009:           Sponsored the Still-life paintings for Fine Arts Association, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam    
                     Joined the Buddha’s Birthday Great Festival at  Pho Quang Temple, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam    
2010:           Joined the Summer Group Exhibition with  nine other contemporary Vietnamese artists at London, UK
                     Joined the Exhibition at Tokyo, Japan.
                    Joined the Group Exhibition of South Areas at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
2011:          Joined the Group Exhibition “Tobe…” at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
                   Joined the Group Exhibition at London, UK.
2012:         Solo Exhibition at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Phuong Quoc Tri was considered to be a breakthrough phenomenon in Vietnam Art. Specially in 2009, Phuong Quoc Tri  made a great shock for the local and international painting critics by his self-study spirit and special lady portraits.

 

Traditional girl

Traditional girl
Size: 120 x 120 cm (47 x 47 inch)
Material: Oil on Canvas
Year: 2013

The portrait of women 6

The portrait of women 6
Size: 115 x 135 cm (45 x 53 inch)
Material: Oil on Canvas
Year: 2014

The portrait of women

The portrait of women
Size: 110 x 130 cm (43 x 51 inch)
Material: Oil on Canvas
Year: 2015

The portrait of women 9

The portrait of women 9
Size: 90 x 110 cm (35 x 43 inch)
Material: Oil on Canvas
Year: 2016

The portrait of women 8

The portrait of women 8
Size: 90 x 110 cm (35 x 43 inch)
Material: Oil on Canvas
ear: 2017

The Boy

The Boy
Size: 120 x 120 cm (47 x 47 inch)
Material: Oil on Canvas
Year: 2018

PHUONG QUOC TRI

PHUONG QUOC TRI

1976: Borned in Phan Rang, Vietnam
Self-study
2009: Got the Investment Prize for the work Aspiration
2009: Got the Young Artist Prize at Ho Chi Minh City
Member of Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts Association

Artworks:
2005: Joined the Group Exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
2006: Joined the Group Exhibition of Young Saigon Artists at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
2007: Organized the Solo Exhibition “Sympathetic 1” at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
2008: Organized the Solo Exhibition “ Sympathetic 2” at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
2009: Sponsored the Still-life paintings for Fine Arts Association, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Joined the Buddha’s Birthday Great Festival at Pho Quang Temple, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
2010: Joined the Summer Group Exhibition with nine other contemporary Vietnamese artists at London, UK
Joined the Exhibition at Tokyo, Japan.
Joined the Group Exhibition of South Areas at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
2011: Joined the Group Exhibition “Tobe…” at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
Joined the Group Exhibition at London, UK.
2012: Solo Exhibition at Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Phuong Quoc Tri was considered to be a breakthrough phenomenon in Vietnam Art. Specially in 2009, Phuong Quoc Tri made a great shock for the local and international painting critics by his self-study spirit and special lady portraits.