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Vietnam in My Heart Poster

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Destination: Hanoi, Vietnam

For a man whose image is seen everywhere in Vietnam, surprisingly little is known about the life of Ho Chi Minh. Most of what we know is the official story, that he was a communist and socialist, a tenacious leader whose near-mystical haze inspired a nation to reach his goal of an independent Vietnam. Today, posters of his benign-looking face continue to smile down on the farmlands and cityscapes of a now undivided and liberated Vietnam. In this poster, the red and gold of traditional lacquered Buddhist worship objects has morphed into the yellow and crimson of the socialist revolution, creating a graphic piece of propaganda art.


In 1957 Trung Chin, the Minister of Information for the Northern Democratic Republic of Vietnam, paraphrased the well-known Leninist dogma, declaring, 'Art is only real art if it becomes propaganda'. Over the ... Read More

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15 x 10.5"
A silk-screen reproduction of the original propaganda poster on rice paper. 

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