Prix Hô Chi Minh

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Le prix Hô Chi Minh (vietnamien : Giải thưởng Hồ Chí Minh) est une distinction octroyée par le gouvernement vietnamien en récompense de mérites culturels et/ou scientifiques. Le prix a été créé par un décret en 1981[1] et a été décerné en 1996, 2000, 2005 et 2012[2] souvent à titre posthume[3],[4]. Le prix porte le nom d'Hô Chi Minh, et est considéré comme l'un des prix les plus prestigieux au Viêt Nam[5].

Récipiendaires[modifier | modifier le code]

1996[modifier | modifier le code]

Sciences sociales

  • Nguyễn Khánh Toàn (vi)
  • Trần Huy Liệu (vi)
  • Đặng Thai Mai (vi)
  • Trần Văn Giàu (vi)
  • Vũ Khiêu (vi)[6]
  • Cao Xuân Huy (vi)
  • Hồ Tôn Trinh (vi)
  • Đinh Gia Khánh (vi)

Médecine

Sciences naturelles et ingénierie

Agriculture

Littérature

Beaux-arts

Photographie

Théâtre

Arts premiers

Musique

Danse

Cinéma

Architecture

2000[modifier | modifier le code]

Sciences

  • Divers prix

Littérature

Beaux-arts

Photographie

Théâtre

Musique

2005[modifier | modifier le code]

Sciences

  • Khoa học xã hội (2 giải)[sửa]

Littérature

Théâtre

Cinéma

2012[modifier | modifier le code]

Sciences sociales

Sciences naturelles

Médecine

  • 8 prix

Musique

Théâtre

Littérature

Notes et références[modifier | modifier le code]

  1. The Vietnamese Government 1945-2000, p. 214, 2000.
  2. Summary of world broadcasts: Far East: Part 3 British Broadcasting Corporation. Monitoring Service - 1981 "Nominations for prizes will be made annually on 2nd September, the Ho Chi Minh Prize being awarded with a certificate and 20,000 dong in cash, and the State Prize with a certificate and 10,000 dong in cash."
  3. Bùi Xuân Phái’s Artistic Career "In 1996, he was posthumously awarded with a Hồ Chí Minh prize."
  4. Birth Centenary of Nguyễn Huy Tưởng "Nguyễn Huy Tưởng (06-05-1912-25-07-1960) is a revolutionary, famous writer and playwright of Việt Nam. .. In 1996, he was posthumously awarded the Hồ Chí Minh Prize for Literature and Art forhis merits to the country's literature."
  5. Vietnam Social Sciences, p. 110, 2001.
  6. VGP News Vũ Khiêu - A well-known prof. talks of power and responsibility of Gov’t and PM 18/11/2010 "Vũ Khiêu ..He was awarded with the Hồ Chí Minh Prize in 1996"
  7. Acta Mathematica Vietnamica, vol.24. 2002.
  8. Taus-Bolstad, Stacy. Vietnam in Pictures, p. 69-70. 2003.
  9. Do Nguyen, Paul Hoover, eds. Black Dog, Black Night: Contemporary Vietnamese Poetry, p. 9. 2008.
  10. Baomoi.com When did modern Vietnamese painting begin? Translated by Thế Giới Publishers. "In 1996, the Government presented the Hồ Chí Minh Prize, Việt Nam’s most prestigious recognition, to seven Vietnamese artists, all of whom were graduates from the school."
  11. Trần Văn Cẩn « Copie archivée » (version du 10 juin 2013 sur l'Internet Archive) "In 1996, he was posthumously awarded Vietnam’s highest distinction for artists, the Hồ Chí Minh Prize."
  12. Taylor, Nora A. Painters in Hanoi: An Ethnography of Vietnamese Art, p. 68. 2009.
  13. Quang, Đình. Vietnamese Theater, p. 122. 1999.
  14. Witnesscollection. Nguyễn Văn Tỵ « Copie archivée » (version du 19 mai 2014 sur l'Internet Archive) "Nguyễn Văn Tỵ died in Hanoi on 19 January 1992. In 2001, he was posthumously awarded the Hồ Chí Minh Prize for his contribution to the arts."
  15. Lara D. Nielsen, Patricia Ybarra eds. Neoliberalism and Global Theatres: Performance Permutations, p. 155. 2012.
  16. Phan Huỳnh Điểu - Composer of love « Copie archivée » (version du 4 mai 2009 sur l'Internet Archive) "The contribution during his all life for revolutionary music was acknowledged by the State through the Third Independence Medal (1988) and Hồ Chí Minh prize (2000)."
  17. quangngai.gov.vn "Don’t Burn" film wins six Golden Kite Awards (18/03/2010) "This is the first time Dang Nhat Minh, who received the Hồ Chí Minh Prize on Cinema in 2007, has won a Golden Kite for best director."