Art works at Chengdu Tianfu International Airport come from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute
“Nearly half of the art works are from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute,” said Wang Guanyi from Tianfu Airport.

Art works at Chengdu Tianfu International Airport come from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute

来源:2021-07-12

CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- Chengdu Tianfu International Airport was officially put into operation on June 27. The reporter recently walked into the Tianfu International Airport for a field visit, and saw that the Waiting Area, Arrival Corridor, Check-in Hall were scattered with public art works and everywhere was full of literary atmosphere. “Nearly half of the art works are from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute,” said Wang Guanyi from the Construction Headquarters of Chengdu Tianfu International Airport.

Created by Jiao Xingtao, Vice President of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, it is 15 meters long, 11 meters wide and 12 meters high. The “hair” of its whole body is composed of 16,000 stainless steel forging pieces. When the breeze comes, the stainless steel forgings will rise and fall in the wind, and its eyes will keep turning. Each stainless steel forging piece is inlaid with LED lights. At night, tens of thousands of LED lights will light up its body, and it will become colorful and move under the lights.

Just stepping into the departure hall of T1, the reporter saw a group of wall relief murals that skillfully integrated Sichuan Opera, Shu Embroidery and other intangible cultural heritage items.

The reporter learned that these art works were created by Zhang Jie who is the Vice President of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute and other artists. “In order to create something closer to life, I specially spent a week in Jinli, Qingcheng Mountain and other places with characteristics of Bashu.” said Li Jing, Teacher of the Public Art School of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute.

In the Arrival Corridor at Terminal T1 of the Airport, there are 16 large murals which are fascinating. Three-dimensional “Sanxingdui”, exquisite “Jiuzhaigou”... When passengers arrive at the Airport, they can learn about the culture of Bashu in one scene at a time. These works are all designed and created by a team led by Professor Zhang Jie, Vice President of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute. The creative team consists of Huang Yue, Yu Yi, Zhou Bo, Li Jing, etc., and there are more than ten participating artists.

Let’s take “Jinsha Yiyun“ as an example. It combines two-dimensional composition and three-dimensional mosaic with a variety of techniques and means to show the brilliant historical civilization of Sichuan." Zhang Jie said that in order to better lead people into history and build a bridge of exploration between the audience and the picture, they also invited experts of literature and history to create all the murals together.

Zhang Jie, Vice President of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, said that the participation in the artistic creation inside and outside Tianfu Airport Terminal was due to the initiative of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute to communicate with the Construction Headquarters at that time and successively sent more than 10 artists to the scene and they took nearly a year to create. “We hope to contribute to promoting cultural and artistic exchanges between the Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Circle by this way.” 

首页 | 新闻 原创 视听 | 问政 评论 专题 | 区县 娱乐 财经 | 旅游 政法 发布会 | 文艺 教育 生活 应急 | 房产 健康 汽车 | 取证 鸣家 四分半 | 万花瞳 百姓故事 公益 | 信用
  • 站内
站内
分享
新浪微博
腾讯微博
微信
QQ空间
QQ好友

Art works at Chengdu Tianfu International Airport come from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute

2021-07-12 15:36:05 来源: 0 条评论

CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- Chengdu Tianfu International Airport was officially put into operation on June 27. The reporter recently walked into the Tianfu International Airport for a field visit, and saw that the Waiting Area, Arrival Corridor, Check-in Hall were scattered with public art works and everywhere was full of literary atmosphere. “Nearly half of the art works are from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute,” said Wang Guanyi from the Construction Headquarters of Chengdu Tianfu International Airport.

Created by Jiao Xingtao, Vice President of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, it is 15 meters long, 11 meters wide and 12 meters high. The “hair” of its whole body is composed of 16,000 stainless steel forging pieces. When the breeze comes, the stainless steel forgings will rise and fall in the wind, and its eyes will keep turning. Each stainless steel forging piece is inlaid with LED lights. At night, tens of thousands of LED lights will light up its body, and it will become colorful and move under the lights.

Just stepping into the departure hall of T1, the reporter saw a group of wall relief murals that skillfully integrated Sichuan Opera, Shu Embroidery and other intangible cultural heritage items.

The reporter learned that these art works were created by Zhang Jie who is the Vice President of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute and other artists. “In order to create something closer to life, I specially spent a week in Jinli, Qingcheng Mountain and other places with characteristics of Bashu.” said Li Jing, Teacher of the Public Art School of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute.

In the Arrival Corridor at Terminal T1 of the Airport, there are 16 large murals which are fascinating. Three-dimensional “Sanxingdui”, exquisite “Jiuzhaigou”... When passengers arrive at the Airport, they can learn about the culture of Bashu in one scene at a time. These works are all designed and created by a team led by Professor Zhang Jie, Vice President of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute. The creative team consists of Huang Yue, Yu Yi, Zhou Bo, Li Jing, etc., and there are more than ten participating artists.

Let’s take “Jinsha Yiyun“ as an example. It combines two-dimensional composition and three-dimensional mosaic with a variety of techniques and means to show the brilliant historical civilization of Sichuan." Zhang Jie said that in order to better lead people into history and build a bridge of exploration between the audience and the picture, they also invited experts of literature and history to create all the murals together.

Zhang Jie, Vice President of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, said that the participation in the artistic creation inside and outside Tianfu Airport Terminal was due to the initiative of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute to communicate with the Construction Headquarters at that time and successively sent more than 10 artists to the scene and they took nearly a year to create. “We hope to contribute to promoting cultural and artistic exchanges between the Chengdu-Chongqing Economic Circle by this way.” 

亲爱的用户,“重庆”客户端现已正式改版升级为“新重庆”客户端。为不影响后续使用,请扫描上方二维码,及时下载新版本。更优质的内容,更便捷的体验,我们在“新重庆”等你!
看天下
[责任编辑: Jiang Yiwei ]
发言请遵守新闻跟帖服务协议
精彩视频
版权声明:
联系方式:重庆华龙网集团股份有限公司 咨询电话:60367951
①重庆日报报业集团授权华龙网,在互联网上使用、发布、交流集团14报1刊的新闻信息。未经本网授权,不得转载、摘编或利用其它方式使用重庆日报报业集团任何作品。已经本网授权使用作品的,应在授权范围内使用,并注明“来源:华龙网”或“来源:华龙网-重庆XX”。违反上述声明者,本网将追究其相关法律责任。
② 凡本网注明“来源:华龙网”的作品,系由本网自行采编,版权属华龙网。未经本网授权,不得转载、摘编或利用其它方式使用。已经本网授权使用作品的,应在授权范围内使用,并注明“来源:华龙网”。违反上述声明者,本网将追究其相关法律责任。
③ 华龙网及其新重庆客户端标明非华龙网的确定来源或未标注华龙网LOGO、名称、水印的文字、图片、音频、视频等稿件均为非原创作品。如转载涉及版权等问题,请及时与华龙网联系,联系邮箱:cqnewszbs@163.com。
附:重庆日报报业集团14报1刊:重庆日报 重庆晚报 重庆晨报 重庆商报 时代信报 新女报 健康人报 重庆法制报 三峡都市报 巴渝都市报 武陵都市报 渝州服务导报 人居周报 都市热报 今日重庆
关闭