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“The Olympic Fine Arts 2022” inaugurated in Beijing


The official program of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics – “Olympic Fine Arts 2022” opened with great fanfare at the Me Center on January 28and2022. This event will be an incomparable art exhibition held in conjunction with the Winter Olympics and will show how “art makes the Olympics more beautiful” in all its glory.

This event is jointly organized by the Organizing Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 and the Chinese National Society for the Promotion of Arts and Culture (“CNSPAC”), and is jointly organized by the Department of creation and research of CNSPAC, Culture Exchange Department of CNSPAC, as well as Me Center, Olympic Expo and Tempo Art Museum. The Academy of Chinese Painting of the CNSPAC (Professional Committee of Chinese Painting), the Academy of Engraving of the CNSPAC (Professional Committee of Engraving), the Academy of Sculptures of the CNSPAC (Professional Committee of Sculpture) and the Professional Committee CNSPAC’s Exhibition and Presentation Arts also offers generous support.

The displayed works blend the beauty of Chinese art, world art, the Winter Olympics and colors, and present a panoramic image of the Beijing Winter Olympics and the spiritual home of the community of shared destiny for humanity.

The exhibition is divided into several sections such as the beauty of ink wash, the beauty of calligraphy, the beauty of prints, the beauty of sculpture and the beauty of international exchanges, with the theme “the beauty of the Olympic Games winter in Beijing”.

The “Beauty of Ink” section exhibits more than 300 works by more than 80 renowned contemporary Chinese painters and demonstrates the beauty of imagery and represents the highest peak of Chinese painting.

The “Beauty of Calligraphy” section exhibits more than 100 works of contemporary Chinese calligraphers and shows the beauty of the national characteristics of Chinese calligraphy art, the beauty of artistic design and the beauty of development.

The “The Beauty of Prints” section exhibits More than 80 masterpieces by influential modern printmakers offer insight into the distinctive characteristics, sublime beauty and many facets of the art of printing.

The sculptures in the “beauty of sculpture” section with its characteristic spatial art form, are an ode to man and nature and also an embodiment of strength, constancy and magnificence.

The “The Beauty of International Exchanges” section exhibits the artworks of 100 international artists and conveys humanity’s aspiration for a better life through a variety of cultural and artistic forms.

YANG Xiaoyang, Chairman of CNSPAC, said in an interview, “Beauty is a sacred channel for human beings to recognize truth and goodness, as well as the supreme path and spiritual aspiration for human beings to enjoy their heart. Under the holy light of beauty, human beings will be as close as brothers, harmonious as one, and together create a bright future, which is also the significance of this event.”

During the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the Chinese Society for the Chinese National Society for the Promotion of Arts and Culture (“CNSPAC”) organized the 2008 Olympic Fine Arts (Beijing). Subsequently, CNSPAC held four Olympic fine art exhibitions in the London Olympics, Rio Olympics, Nanjing Youth Olympics and Tokyo Olympics, respectively, all of which were listed in the official program of the Olympic Games. At the same time, several series of traveling exhibitions took place. All have done honor to China.

This event has served as a bridge between art, peace, friendship and the Olympic family, and has built a bond between China and the world for more than ten years. This event has become an influential platform for international cultural and artistic exchanges and has truly made the Olympics more beautiful. According to a statistical summary, the Olympic Fine Arts selected the works of approximately 3,000 artists out of approximately 20,000 artists from more than 70 countries. The works on display cover a wide variety of artistic categories such as Chinese painting, oil painting, printmaking, mixed media painting and sculpture. This is why this event is considered “Art Olympic”. So far, these works have brought charm to the Olympics and Chinese art venues and attracted the attention of the world.

As the Chinese people look forward to the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics, CNSPAC, with the support of the Beijing Winter Games Organizing Committee, has made it its mission to organize the Beijing Olympics Fine Arts of 2022. CNSPAC, as always, will take responsibility, live up to expectations, and win China’s glory again. More than 800 elaborate works of art on display today represent the highest pinnacle of contemporary art in China and the world at large. It is the concerted effort of artists, organizers and supporters that opens a glorious new chapter in the history of Olympic art.

CAI Wu, director of the 2022 Olympic Fine Arts Organizing Committee and former minister of the former Ministry of Culture, said, “The 2022 Olympic Fine Arts brings honor to China and embodies the glory and magnificence of fine arts in the history of the Olympics and Olympic art. The passage of time will only polish the exhibitions and transform them into treasures of the art world”.

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