TORONTO, Oct. 12, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The relationship between Canada and the People’s Republic of China is at an all time high, fuelled partly by the nostalgia surrounding the Trudeau legacy. This year marks the 47th anniversary of diplomatic relations between our two countries. A masterful collection of contemporary works of art by 64 of China’s most celebrated artists will be unveiled in Canada at the University of Toronto Libraries’ Robarts Library. The Richard Charles Lee Canada-Hong Kong Library on the 8th Floor of Robarts Library has been converted into a fine art gallery where students, collectors, and art connoisseurs can marvel at these creations free of charge from October 13-20, 2017 (closed on October 15).
Some of the artists featured in “EXPRESSIONS OF CHINA” include:
Zhiliu Xie, Peiqiu Chen, Xiang Li, Jia An, Wensen Yang, Dongfeng Wang, Shibing Song, Shuge Han
Selected works will be for sale.
|EXHIBIT NAME:||Expressions of China 2017|
|DATES:||October 13 to 20, 2017|
|HOURS:||OCT.13||11 AM – 7:30 PM|
|OCT. 14||12 Noon to 5 PM|
|OCT. 16-20||10AM to 7:30 PM|
|PLACE:||Robarts Library, University of Toronto|
|130 St. George Street, 8th Floor (Richard Charles Lee Canada Hong Kong Library) Toronto, ON|
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