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  • Over 100 Sketches Displayed at Li Zijian Art Museum (May ...

    [2019.05.28]

    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-Ju...

    [2019.04.30]

    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.

  • Nearly 100 Outstanding Suzuo Works Exhibited (Apr. 23-28)

    [2019.04.25]

    A special Suzuo exhibition to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China was held in Changsha the same day. Nearly 100 outstanding Suzuo works by young Suzuo inheritors were displayed.

  • China Space Achievement Exhibition (Apr. 23-29)

    [2019.04.24]

    The China Aerospace Achievement Exhibition to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China was held in Changsha between April 23 and 29.

  • Urban Art Exhibition (Apr. 20-May 26)

    [2019.04.22]

    A special art exhibition entitled "Urban Art Exhibition-- Qinyuanchun: Changsha" opened at the Changsha Museum on April 20. It displayed 129 works by 53 artists, covering sculpture, oil painting, toner, watercolor, photography, and artistic installation.

  • Exhibition on Fine Jade Unearthed in Nanyang Area (Apr.19...

    [2019.04.19]

    An exhibition on fine jade unearthed in Henan’s Nanyang area opens at the Changsha Museum on April 19. It is Hunan’s first exhibition featuring ancient jade in recent two decades. The exhibition displays 169 pieces (sets) of exquisite and rare jade ranging from the Neolithic Age (10,000 BC-2,000 BC) to the Han Dynasty (206 BC- 220 AD).