中原情 · 翰墨缘——中国河南书画名家新加坡邀请展
展览时间 Exhibition Dates and Time: 11-14 Sept 2019. 11am – 7pm
On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the founding of People’s Republic of China, Kaifeng Dasong Huang Ting Jian Culture Society invites five artists from Zhengzhou, Luoyang, Kaifeng, Xinxiang and Puyang, and organise the Singapore International Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Exhibition – ‘Zhong Yuan Qing, Han Mo Yuan’. This Exhibition is not only an event that brings the Zhong Yuan Chinese Art to overseas, but also as a blessing from the artists to their motherland.
Zhong Yuan is the centre of Arts and Culture in China since the ancient times. It is the land of creativity, arts and culture. It has developed a unique style of painting and calligraphy after thousands of years. Nowadays, the Zhong Yuan artists inherit the glorious tradition of the older generation, creating many artworks that depict and record the new era of China. At the same time, a group of influential artists and calligraphers had been raised, and made a huge contribution to the development of Chinese art.
Chinese painting and calligraphy is a traditional culture treasure. This exhibition aimed to explore the Ideology, humanistic spirit and ethics embodied in the traditional Chinese culture. It also enhance the culture exchange between Singapore and China, to publicise the beautiful Chinese culture globally.
As a country that supports the “Belt and Road Initiative”, Singapore has bring in the positive energy to the exchange of Singapore-Chinese art and culture. The establishment of the Singapore Chinese Cultural Center shows the concern of culture exchange from the leaders of China and Singapore, as well as the people from both countries. It also marks a new stage in the exchange of humanities between the two countries. Let’s enhance and strengthen the friendship bridge between the Zhong Yuan and Singapore through Chinese painting and calligraphy.
Venue: Visual Arts Centre 新加坡视觉艺术中心
10 Penang Road, #01-02 Dhoby Ghaut Green, Singapore 238469
When: 11 - 14 Sep 2019, 11am - 7pm