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Exhibition explores landscape art

2014-06-17 10:48:56



The paintings in Normal & Abnormal Scenery depict strange and common scenes behind which seven Chinese artists conduct "private and quiet" conversations with society. The exhibition represents a phenomenon in which both established and rising artists committed to land-scape paintings are likely to help contemporary Chinese art gain greater independence from imitating foreign art. Participating artists include Liu Weijian, Yi Zhaoyang and Wu Haizhou.

10 am-5 pm, daily except for Mondays, until June 24. Lelege Art Space, Room B-03 of Grand floor store of Yuanyang New Express Building, Dong Sanhuan Bei Lu (Road), Chaoyang district, Beijing. 010-8446-6434.

A painting by Liu Weijian. Photos provided to China Daily

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