“Falling in Love with Hunan” Photo Exhibition on Orange...
On October 29, the “Falling in Love with Hunan” Photograph Exhibition opened at the Orange Isle Scenic Area in Changsha, attracting many tourists.Through 400 photographic works, the exhibition showcases an attractive and prosperous Hunan with a promising future from the perspectives of development achievements, natural scenery, folk customs, distinctive innovations, and history and culture. It will last until November 6.
Chinese Painting Biennale at Hunan Art Museum (Oct. 24-No...
Visitors look at an artwork on display during a Chinese painting biennale at Hunan Art Museum in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan, Oct. 26, 2019. The exhibition will last till Nov. 20 this year, featuring more than 300 artworks.
Exhibition on Change, Development of Society (Oct. 1-Nov....
Photo taken on Oct. 17, 2019 shows an exhibit at an exhibition on change and development of society in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China (PRC) in Changsha Museum in Changsha, central China's Hunan Province. The exhibition will last until Nov. 24.
“My Motherland and Me” Paper-cut Works Exhibition (Oct....
The “My Motherland and Me” Paper-cut Works Exhibition opened on October 10. It exhibits more than 70 paper-cut works by paper-cut masters including Qin Shijiao, who is a provincial representative inheritor of the folk paper-cut project. It sings the praise of the New China and promotes traditional Chinese culture.
Sino-Italian Art Exhibition at Changsha IFS (Sept. 27-Oct...
The “Tutte le strade” Sino-Italian Contemporary Art Exhibition opened at the Changsha International Finance Square (IFS) on September 27. The exhibition displays 57 art works by 18 outstanding Chinese and Italian artists, including installation works, oil paintings, ink paintings, photographic works and even original manuscripts. Among them, 23 Italian works are on their debuts in China.
“Chinese Memory: Magnum” Photo Exhibition (Sept. 28-Dec...
A photo exhibition entitled “Chinese Memory: Magnum” opened on September 28 at WHY Art Museum near Middle Xiangjiang Road, Tianxin District, Changsha. Nearly 100 works shot in China by 7 Magnum photographers are displayed, recalling the eventful years in the early days of the founding of New China. The exhibition will last until early December.