Over 4,000 miniature artworks created by artists from China and abroad are being displayed at Hanwei International Art Center in Beijing from March 30 to April 20.
Initiated by Italy's Benetton Foundation for Study and Research and China's Kingsight Culture and Art Co. Ltd., the International Miniature Art Exhibition features artworks from 26 countries, each created on a palm-sized or mobile phone-sized canvas of 10 by 12 centimeters. The exhibition includes works in any medium one might imagine, including painting, sculpture, engraving, small gadgets and photography.
It's rare to see such a large number of artworks from so many countries in one exhibition, said Zhang Siyong, an oil painter, at an art forum held on the sidelines of the exhibition.
He said the exhibition presented a "dialogue" between established artists and emerging talents from different countries and regions, with 420 Chinese artworks and 3,733 pieces from Europe, Africa, other parts of Asia, north America and south America.
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