Vietnamese art introduced in London
Update: Jun 16, 2014
An exhibition of paintings of Viet Nam, collected by US collector Raquelle Azran, is on display at the ongoing Affordable Art Fair in London, where it has attracted the interest of many visitors.

Raquelle began her collection of Vietnamese works when she set foot in the country for the first time in 1991. During the last 20 years, she has gathered a collection boasting hundreds of paintings by many famous Vietnamese artists.

She started to introduce her collection to the British people in 2002, and became one of the first to bring Vietnamese art to the country.

In recent years, Raquelle brought her collection to many other countries across the world, such as Belgium, Germany, Israel, the US and Singapore.

This year’s Affordable Art Fair has contributed to by 113 galleries from the UK, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands and the US, who have provided paintings, photos to sculptures.

It offers a good chance for art-lovers to enjoy vibrant and diverse art works, while learning about new trends in the art world.