Tale of the Silk Road

Uzbekistan Today (English) - - CULTURE AND ARTS -

The Bei­jing Cul­ture and Art Foun­da­tion held an ex­hi­bi­tion of Chi­nese porce­lain and art works by lead­ing Chi­nese masters «The Bei­jing Tale of the Silk Road on Porce­lain» at the Fine Art Gallery of Uzbek­istan.

Mir­a­cle-ex­po­si­tion is aimed at strength­en­ing in­ter­na­tional cul­tural ex­change and co­op­er­a­tion of coun­tries in the Cen­tral Asian re­gion within the frame­work of the PRC state pro­gram “One Belt and One Road”.

Per­haps read­ers of our pub­li­ca­tion could not help but no­tice the at­ten­tion paid by China to the Great Silk Road. At present, it is given spe­cial im­por­tance, as it plays an im­por­tant role in the devel­op­ment of mod­ern cul­tural and eco­nomic ties be­tween var­i­ous states, in­clud­ing be­tween Uzbek­istan and China. To­day, an­cient cul­tural tra­di­tions are suc­cess­fully re­viv­ing and con­tin­u­ing to de­velop, as ev­i­denced by this ex­hi­bi­tion.

It fea­tured more than 100 works by fa­mous Chi­nese artists such as Zhuang Xiaolei, Ma Haifang, Zheng Shanpu, Zhang Telin, Cheng Maochuan, Li Chengxiu, Li Xuwei. Paint­ings by artists re­flect the na­ture and sights of Bei­jing, and porce­lain and other works of masters demon­strate the art of cal­lig­ra­phy, writ­ing with a brush and ink, en­grav­ing of seals, and the art of paint­ing on porce­lain, char­ac­ter­iz­ing the mil­len­nial his­tory and cen­turies-old tra­di­tions of Chi­nese masters.

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