Bem, I really want to invite you to Paris to see all these new works that I love and I would love to see your works as well whenever you come or I come to see you in Hue. So, let’s stay in touch. Big hugs. Big kisses. You are charming, young friend from Vietnam.
Endless Reminiscences about Luu Cong Nhan
"Dearly gifted to Ms Boi Tran and Chau a fond memory" - Luu Cong Nhan
Diep Minh Chau’s Drawings of Boi Tran and Minh Chau with His Inscriptions
"Dearly gifted to my friend Boi Tran" - Diep Minh Chau
The Last Handwriting of Bui Xuan Phai Before His Quietus in 1988
“The last sketch of Phai before his quietus. His handwriting is on the reverse." - Painter Nguyen Trong Niet, Bui Xuan Phai's closest companion.
Truong Be: A Quest For The Absolute and His Handwriting to Boi Tran
Truong Be is a great artist for the obvious reason that he is a true man who has been able to embody the history of his country even though he refrains from doing so. Behind his candid and alluring smile and beyond his stalwart posture, a strong character is revealed. Some people view this solid appearance as something almost akin to a threat.
“Nature and People from an Old Outlook” Exhibition, Invitation and a Handwritten Note of Viet Hai and Tran Luu Hau to Boi Tran
On the occasion of the exhibition “Nature and People from an Old Outlook" by Artist Nguyen Viet Hai and Artist Tran Luu Hau hosted and organized by Vietnamese Fine Art Association in 2001.
Dinh Cuong’s “A Piece of Poetry to a Lady on Thien An Hill on a Rainy Day” in 2001
Dinh Cuong's a piece of poetry gifted to a lady on Thien An Hill on a rainy day
Le Ba Dang’s Handwritten Letter to Boi Tran in 1999
Fondly wish you health, prosperity and ups to the moon.
Epilogue by Trinh Cong Son on the Grand Opening of Boi Tran Art Gallery in 1995
Even if small or not, this art gallery is a monument in the city; its appearance will be remembered for ever. Returning to the old city…, to this art gallery, one feels that as he or she is coming back to see a sweetheart, who one will miss and love and never forget for a moment.
Prologue by Buu Y on the Grand Opening of Boi Tran Art Gallery in 1995
One no art exhibitions have been organized with their actual sense; there would not have been any complete, conventional conformality to the land and her history.