Chinese, foreign artworks to go on display in Beijing

By Lin Qi | | Updated: 2017-09-27 16:19

Chinese, foreign artworks to go on display in Beijing

Yoshitomo Nara's colored pencil painting. [Photo provided to China Daily]

An exhibition featuring works that infuse art and design will be for the first time shown at the China International Gallery Exposition held from Friday to Sunday.

The annual art fair, launched in 2004, will return to the National Agriculture Exhibition Center.

Participating galleries this year include home-grown spaces and also the Beijing branches of international galleries, such as Galleria Continua, Tang Contemporary Art and Asia Art Center.

Also there will be international institutes from Seoul, New York and Barcelona.

A section at the fair will be dedicated to solo shows of several artists including Xi Jianjun from China, Park Seung-mo from South Korean and Yokomizo Miyuki from Japan.

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