A selection of artworks once on display at the Eighth Beijing International Art Biennale are touring to the City Art Museum of Yixing, Jiangsu province, enriching locals' vision of art and the world.
Launched in 2002 by the China Artists Association, Beijing International Art Biennale is an influential cultural event in the capital city, showcasing the latest developments in art and encouraging exchanges among artists from different continents.
Held at the National Art Museum of China late last year, the eighth edition of the exhibition displayed more than 600 artworks submitted from across the world that addressed the theme a colourful world and a shared future, drawn from individual experiences of dealing with both different and common concerns of human society.
The works to be shown in Yixing were donated to the Beijing International Art Biennale's organizing committee. The exhibition will end on Aug 30, and will then tour to the Liaohe Art Museum in Panjin, Liaoning province.
A selection of artworks once on display at Eighth Beijing International Art Biennale are touring to the City Art Museum of Yixing, Jiangsu province, enriching locals' vision of art and the world.
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