German photographer Matthias Meyer will unveil his exhibition entitled Disorientation – A Small Paris in Hanoi at the Goethe Institute from July 21.

The exhibition showcases Meyer's art project that he started in 2011.

He has been using a particular kind of photography to discover and present the secret parts and the coexistence of different cultures in the cityscapes of Hanoi and Paris using double exposure.

The exhibition will present 20 pictures that display clever superimpositions on how strongly the two cities are related to each other.

The combination of different space, colour and contrast in the photographs emphasise the architectural heritage Hanoi and Paris share.

The exhibition will run until July 26.-VNA