Young Artists' Works Reflect Reform, Opening-up

June 12, 2018  Editor: Xie Wen
Young Artists' Works at Exhibition Reflect Reform and Opening-up
An exhibit at the exhibition [China Daily]

 

Over the past six decades, the National Art Exhibition for Young Artists has helped launch the careers of many who now are leading figures in China's art landscape.

And the sixth edition of the exhibition at National Art Museum of China now has more than 300 paintings, lithographs, sculptures, lacquer works, illustrations and cartoons.

Meanwhile, nearly 50 works featured at the exhibition, which runs through June 24, have been selected to be shown at the 13th National Art Exhibition — organized by the China Artists Association — in the second half of 2019 and organized by China Artists Association.

The bulk of the artists, whose works are being displayed, were born after China adopted the reform and opening-up process in the late 1970s. And their works demonstrate a different environment.

Also, their works provide an insight into the dramatic change in people's lives and mentality brought about by China's rapid economic and social transformation.

The exhibition will travel to the Qinghai, Gansu, Liaoning and Jiangsu provinces.

 

Young Artists' Works at Exhibition Reflect Reform and Opening-up
An exhibit [China Daily]
Young Artists' Works at Exhibition Reflect Reform and Opening-up
An exhibit [China Daily]

 

(Source: China Daily)

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