In the recent years, the coordinal and respectful collaboration between Lac Hong Gallery and Mr Peter Quintana - the director of Oc-Eo Art in England and a UK’s leading specialist in contemporary and modern Vietnamese painting - has opened a new channel to introduce works of talented contemporary Vietnamese painters to the international communities.
Exhibitions organized in this framework:
- 2 - 7 November 2009: "Raising Stars" exhibition for Asian Art with paintings of He Hong Wei and Pham Thanh Minh, Air Gallery, London.
- 1 September - 6 December 2009: "From the Land of Hidden Charm Modern and Contemporary Painting from Viet Nam" - collaborative exhibition between the Museum of East Asian Art in Bath and Oc-Eo Art. Although not featured in the exhibition, works of the Early Pioneers Tran Van Can, Bui Xuan Phai, Nguyen Tu Nghiem, Nguyen Sang, Ta Ty and Duong Bich Lien from the private collection of Ms Tran Ngoc Diep of Lac Hong Gallery are introduced.
- 30 September - 4 October 2008: Exhibition "Rising star" from Vietnam and China of two artists Phan Thanh Minh and He Hong Wei at Art Salon, Beijing.
- 29 October - 11 November 2007: Exhibition "A sense of space" of two artists Nguyen Thanh Binh and Nguyen Dieu Thuy at Mall Gallery in London, U.K.
The Lac Hong Gallery has participated in the following international expositions:
- July 2002: Exhibition at the Cathedral Hill Hotel in San Francisco, USA, with the "Bridging Two Cultures" program held by the San Francisco - Ho Chi Minh City Sister City Committee.
- May 2002: "Africa Meets Asia" Exhibition at Shamwari Gallery in Oakland, USA.
- November 2000: Solo exhibition of Vietnamese painter Hoai Huong’s works, organized with the Asia Artists Gallery in Singapore.May 1995: The Asian Contemporary Art Exhibition in Hong Kong.
- October 1999: The Joint Exhibition of Chinese-Vietnamese Oil Paintings, organized at Asia Artists Gallery in Singapore.
- 1996: The Vietnamese Contemporary Art Exhibition Mekong 96, organized at the Galerie de Bellens in Geneva, Switzerland.May.
- 1995: The Asian Contemporary Art Exhibition in Hong Kong.
- September/October 1994: The Fourth Australian Contemporary Art Fair in Melbourne, Australia.
- April 1993: International Art Fair Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland.