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Chinese and South Korean Youth Art Exhibition Opens

 

 

Artificial Fairyland -- 2015 Chinese and South Korean Youth Art Exhibition opened at Suzhou Jinji Lake Art Museum on December 27 as the first Chinese-South Korean exhibition of young artists' works at the museum. During the next 2-plus months, 19 sets of artistic works in the form of photography, sculpture, device and oil painting, etc, by 19 Chinese and South Korean artists are to be displayed.

 

 

In addition, the museum will organize related academic exchanges under the theme of the exhibition to analyze the status quo of contemporary fine art in China and South Korea, and to look for opportunities to promote the East Asian culture and art.

 
 
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