Nanchang China Art
The National Gallery of China in Beijing was opened and 263 prints of 658 works were exhibited. Wenhua Palace in Beijing's Forbidden City has opened; 162 prints and 640 works are being exhibited for the first time at the National Museum of Chinese Art in New York City. The Chinese Academy of Fine Arts, Shanghai, opens its first exhibition in Shanghai on October 1, 2017. China's first permanent museum of modern art in Hong Kong will display 263 printed works and 6 58 works in its new exhibition space.
Prints (judge: 15) will be exhibited as well as works from Macao and Hong Kong, while works will be exhibited in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangdong, Shenzhen, Taipei and Guangzhou, China.
The Chinese Youth (Qian Jin Zhong) improved on the "Improving Chinese Youth" exhibition held in Beijing last year. The Biennale is organized by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the National Museum of Contemporary Art. Zhu Zuo Pin (Zhan Lan) opened the third edition of his exhibition "Zhu Zui On Zhi Zhu (Zhuan Zuhua Zhao Zhong Zhe Zhen) in Beijing, China. This exhibition is organized by China Publishing House, the official publisher of the Chinese Ministry of Culture and Information. It will be held in Hong Kong with 172 works, 74 of which are prints, and in Guangzhou, Guangdong, Shenzhen, Taipei, Shanghai, Beijing and Shanghai. Of the 600 works on display in China, 137 are in prints and 137 in drawings, according to a press release.
The Graphic Council of the Chinese Artists "Association awarded a prize to the printmakers of Jiangsu for their contributions to the graphic arts at the festival. Eleven Shuiyin Print Exhibitions are held in Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Taipei, Shanghai, Beijing and Shanghai with more than 1,000 prints.
The activities were jointly organised by the Chinese Artists "Association and the Graphic Council of the Jiangsu Chinese Artists" Association. The opening ceremony was designed by a group of artists from the Shuiyin Print Exhibitions in Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Taipei, Shanghai, Beijing and Shanghai with more than 1,000 prints.
The National Art Museum of China was held in Beijing, where 18 sculptures were produced by the China Sculpture Institute.
From March 15 to 16, 2008, the China Sculpture Institute held its annual meeting in Beijing, chaired by Yin Shuangxi and Sun Zhenhua. On July 26th, 2009, a meeting of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Cultural Heritage was held in Xiamen, the People's Government of Fujian Province. The annual general meeting of the National Art Museum of China began on September 7, 2010 with the participation of more than 1,000 artists from China.
Chinese sculptors were organized by the China Sculpture Institute to participate in the annual exhibition of the National Art Museum of China in Oita, Japan. In September 2008, the 798 Art Zone was organized, sponsored by the Chinese National Academy of Social Sciences and Cultural Heritage, and organized at its annual general meeting in Xiamen.
From December 6 to 24, more than 600 award-winning works, including the works of the judges, were invited to the exhibition at the National Museum of Art of China's annual exhibition in Oita, Japan. Mo Sui opened the China National Gallery in Beijing, with 417 works on display and the first long-awaited victory for the China Sculpture Institute. On December 6, 2008, the second edition of the exhibition "China's Art and Culture in the World" opened, exhibiting 202 works (including 132 prints), and on December 12, 2009 "MoSui: The Long - Long Victory of Chinese Art "at the National Museum of China in Shanghai, where more than 1,600 works were exhibited, including paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, ceramics, photographs and other works of art.
It is also worth visiting the National Gallery of China in Beijing, which houses the world's largest collection of Mo Sui's works, and the National Museum of China in Shanghai. The exhibition of the China Sculpture Institute "MoSui: The long - long victory of Chinese art in the world "in Oita, Japan, from December 12, 2009 to January 1, 2010, is worth a visit.
Chinese printmakers can learn a lot from their Soviet brothers and from printmakers, "concluded the exhibition of the Print Group of the Chinese Artists Association, which took place in Beijing on November 14th. The exhibition "Traditional Chinese Prints" was shown from December 12, 2009 to January 1, 2010 at the National Museum of China in Shanghai. Nian Mei Zhan held an exhibition entitled "Chinese Art in China" in Beijing from October 1 to December 31, 2008, which exhibited 543 works of art, including exhibits on the history of traditional Chinese printmaking and the development of modern Chinese art. From November 9th to 14th, 2007, an exhibition on traditional Chinese printmaking was held in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China, organized by the Chinese Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, under the patronage of Xu Xing Hui.