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China, Forward! in Moscow
28.05.2008 18:34
China, Forward! in Moscow

From May 31 to June 30 the Moscow TsUM will be hosting a modern Chinese art exhibition under the title China, Forward!
      The exposition includes over 40 works by 19 most famous modern Chinese artists working in various genres of photography, painting, and sculpture, the press release of the event informs.
      Among the authors whose creations are displayed at the exhibition there is Zhang Huan, Ma Liuming, Zhong Biao, Chen Weiling, Chen Jiagang, Weng Peijun, Feng Zhengjie, Wand Du and others.
      In 2007 the exhibition hall of the Moscow TsUM housed the exhibition American Video Art in the Beginning of the Third Millenium and a global installation of Yoko Ono.


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