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The galery is awesome, we found it because we are artist and gallery related so we always make a research about art and it was the best one in ho chi minh. The artist work is really good and they have sizes for all the budgets so we took 6 gorgeous pictures. We missed the artist meeting but may be next time. Hardly recommend.
Nice small gallery with the beautiful photos of Réhahn. They have a good selection available for purchase ranging from cheap postcards to expensive mega prints. Réhahn was in the gallery on the day and was very friendly and generous with his time explaining about the different photos and the people in them.
Inspiring and beautiful pictures. Worth the visit. The postcard sized pictures are lovely souvenirs.
Beautiful vivid photos of Vietnam. Beautiful postcards do make great keepsakes or mailed. The photographer post stories of the famous prints and they are very touching. There are books posters prints and many other forms of photos available.
This gallery is incredibly inspiring and the photographs capture human spirit at its very essence. The personalities and identities of each subject in the photographs are highlighted. Highly recommend visiting!
This place has a pleasant atmosphere. Staff is friendly and the photography on display is a beautiful glimpse into the life of Vietnamese culture. They will gift you a free post card for leaving an honest review.
Their postcards are pure art. This place is kinda secret but its just like visiting a art museum. I know the place from my local guide. So I recommend you to visiting this place too
The gallery here by artist Réhahn is one flight of stairs from the little alley below. It's a laidback space where you can view portraits of people from around Asia. The wall with the elephants was particularly of interest to me. The nice lady explained that the M'nông are a group of people who live in the Southeast of Vietnam. Did you know that elephants are treated as human beings there? How cool is that? Basically, this is a gallery of pictures with insightful descriptions, all free, unless of course you are buying something ;)
The Couleurs d'Asie art gallery is a magical place and offers a great insight into the Vietnamese culture. Every photo is unique and has a magnificent story behind it. Take your time to walk around the gallery, appreciating the work. The photo of the young girl with the elephant was one my favourites, alongside the photo of the hidden smile! This gallery is a must visit whilst you're in Saigon!