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The museum is really nice, we visited and when coming back at the counter the photographer was there too. We talked about the projects and how he shot the photos. Beside of the photo they show the clothing in real life. Really nice!
We didn’t expect to come across an exhibition of such a beautiful and moving nature. Huge, astounding photos of tribal people (mostly older women) are accompanied by real samples of their tribal dress. The photographer’s accounts of tracking down the tribes, and his stories about...More
nice respite from the touristy crowd and indulge visually about vietnam. i was conscious not to take photo of the photographer’s work but couldnt resist this digital screen showing Rehahn’s connection with the vietnamese.
Loved it. Such poignant photos of the different ethnic groups and the stories and clothing traditions of the different Vietnamese groups. Truly a highlight. Allow yourself plenty of time to read about the people in the portraits. A special place recording the history.
We popped in to view the beautiful photographic portraits taken by Rehahn and were really surprised by the extensive and interesting museum that sits behind it and is free to enter. Fascinating how both the museum and the gallery tell the stories of local Vietnamese...More
If you visit one museum in Vietnam I personally think this should be it. Learn about Vietnamese culture, past, present, and help preserve its future. The photographer is so inspiring and the museum is very educational but told through a compelling way with photographs, real...More
From outside it looked like a gallery that sold postcards and photographs - but inside a beautiful surprise awaited us. The back of the shop hosts a permanent exhibition about the lifestyle of many Vietnamese tribes. With beautiful descriptions and music, a perfect ambiance has...More
One of the most interesting, and in many ways inspiring, stops on an almost 3 week tour of Vietnam. The passion of the photographer Rehann to capture and record the rapidly disappearing dress and culture of Vietnam’s minority groups is here on full display.