Renowned Dutch Photographer Erwin Olaf's Exhibition (July 13-Oct.13)
The "Parallel: Erwin Olaf," a photo exhibition of Erwin Olaf, a renowned Dutch photographer popular with the royal Dutch family, opened at Xie Zilong Photography Museum in Changsha on July 13. The exhibition runs until October.
80 Photos by French Photographer Bruno Requillart Exhibited (July 6-mid-Oct.)
A woman views a work by French photographer Bruno Requillart during his personal exhibition "Poetique des formes" ("The Poetics of Forms") at Xie Zilong Photography Museum in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province, July 6, 2019. The exhibition opened here on July 6 as part of the 2019 Sino-French Cultural Spring activities, showcasing some 80 photos by French photographer Bruno Requillart.
Painting and Calligraphy Exhibition at Hunan Cultural Center (July 2-15)
A painting and calligraphy exhibition was held at the Hunan Cultural Center on that day to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the founding of the magazine “Art China”. A total of 100 fine works are exhibited. The exhibition is free to the public and will last until July 15.
Photo Exhibition on Tian Han's Life Stories (May 29)
The photo, taken on May 29, shows visitors at a photo exhibition held at the Changsha Library. The Photo Exhibition of Tian Han's Life Stories (Changsha Part) and an academic seminar on "Tian Han’s stories in Changsha" were held the same day.
Over 100 Sketches Displayed at Li Zijian Art Museum (May 25-July 28)
On May 25, an exhibition of sketches by teachers and students from the Repin Academy of Fine Arts in Russia, opened at Changsha’s Li Zijian Art Museum. This is the exhibition’s fourth stop on its national tour. More than 100 sketches of various themes and styles by more than 30 painters who graduated from the Repin Academy of Fine Arts were displayed. The exhibition lasts until July 28.
Xu Beihong’s Nanyang Period Works Exhibition (Apr. 27-June 15)
On the morning of April 27, an exhibition displaying 113 original works executed by Xu Beihong during his stay in Nanyang (1939-1942) opened at the Meilun Art Museum, Changsha.