Former Governor Paterson Greets Chinese Artists At Opening of 12th China National Exhibition of Fine Arts

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Left to right: Tao Qin, Vice Secretary General of CAA; Liu Dawei, exhibition curator and President of CAA and artist-curator Ma Xinle show Gov. Paterson the award-winning “ Scenery on Bridge” by He Hongzhou, which depicts famed Chinese artists in Paris during the 1920s. Photo credit: Barry Mason

Former New York Governor David Paterson met Chinese artists and art officials at the New York City opening of the 12th China National Exhibition of Fine Arts on display at Bonhams during its first and only USA exhibition.

The 12th China National Exhibition of Fine Arts features 65 contemporary artworks ranging from paintings, sculpture and mixed-media.  They were selected from a competition that included more than 24,000 entries from artists across China. It is sponsored by the China National Arts Fund and the China Artists Association (CAA) and spotlights many artists from China’s GenX and Millennial generations.

The 12th China National Exhibition of Fine Arts is on view at Bonhams, 580 Madison Avenue in Manhattan, on weekdays from 9:00am – 5:00pm through July 17.  

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