176 printmaking works exhibited for free
Opening ceremony of the Itinerant Exhibition at Sichuan Fine Arts Institute
Students appreciating works
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- Recently, the Itinerant Exhibition themed on “Belt and Road · New Power of Western Printmaking Works” which is a communication and promotion project approved by the National Art Fund in 2019, reported and held by Yunnan Arts University and co-organized by the Art Museum of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute and other units, was inaugurated in the Art Museum of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute.
Students and citizens appreciating printmaking works
A student taking photo for a good work
It is reported that more than 600 works were received, and 176 works were evaluated and selected by the domestic experts after two stages including primary evaluation and re-evaluation. The exhibited works have distinct themes, rich contents, diverse forms and rich flavor of the time, and they also have distinct characteristics of western culture and reflect the keen observation and rich emotions of young printmakers in western China. The exhibition is divided into four touring exhibitions, the first of which held in Yunnan Art University on May 28, 2019, followed by exhibitions in the Library of Yunnan Art University, Yinchuan Art Museum, Inner Mongolia Art Museum, and Art Museum of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, and academic seminars have also been held.
Qian Qi’s work
Li Bin’s work
Duan Shengfeng, Vice President of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, stressed that this exhibition was a collective report of young printmakers in western China, hoped to take this exhibition as an opportunity to strengthen the interaction and exchange between Sichuan Fine Arts Institute and Yunnan Art College, and jointly promote the development of fine arts in southwest China.
Zhao Chunyu’s work; photo by Xie Peng
In addition, according to the Art Museum of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, the exhibition would be held from September 12, 2020 to September 20, 2020; and except that the Museum is closed on Monday, citizens could get tickets for the exhibition through their ID cards for free. (Translated by Liu Hongyan, Fathom Language Limited)