Sino-Italian Joint Painting Exhibition at Li Zijian Art M...
The photos above, taken on December 11, shows visitors view painting works during an exhibition of works by Italian contemporary famous artist Sandro Trotti and Chinese artist Lei Xiaozhou at the Li Zijian Art Museum in Changsha. The exhibition kicked off there that day. It displays 217 art works including oil paintings by these two artists. It is open to the public free of charge and will last until January 12, 2020.
Photo Exhibition Marking 40th Anniversary of China-U.S. D...
On November 26, more than a hundred precious photos were exhibited in Changsha, Hunan, to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the diplomatic relations between China and the United States.
12th National Calligraphy and Seal Carving Exhibition (No...
The 12th National Calligraphy and Seal Carving Exhibition opened at the Hunan Art Museum on November 26. This is Hunan’s first national level exhibition of its kind. A total of 361 calligraphy works, in regular script and seal script styles, are being exhibited. The exhibition will open until December 16.
2019 SRYIPC Excellent Works Exhibition (Nov. 16-24)
On November 16, the 2019 Silk Road Youth International Photography Competition (SRYIPC) Excellent Works Exhibition was launched at the Hunan Provincial Cultural Center. A total of 150 awarded works that stood out from 160,000 entries submitted by 52 participating countries are on display.
Ancient Chinese Bamboo and Wooden Slips and Silk Manuscri...
An exhibition showcasing the calligraphy on 380 pieces of ancient Chinese bamboo and wooden slips and silk manuscripts opened at the Hunan Museum on November 10. These exhibits date back to the Warring States Period (475 B.C.-221 B.C.), the Qin Dynasty (221 B.C.-207 B.C.), the Han Dynasty (202 B.C.-220 A.D.), and the Wei, Jin, and Southern & Northern Dynasties (220 A.D.-589 A.D.).
French Sculptor Jean Boucher’s Original Works Displayed ...
The sculpture “The Forger’s Bust”, created by famous French sculptor Jean Boucher in 1907, was unveiled at the Li Zijian Art Museum on November 5. Jean Boucher’s original works were first shown in China that day. Five of his classic works are displayed at the Liu Kaiqu and 20th-Century Chinese Art Exhibition at the museum. The exhibition will last until December 1.