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100 Youth Art Season Unveils New Masterpieces in Beijing

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100 Youth Art Season Unveils New Masterpieces in Beijing

The 100 Youth Art Season Makes Debut in Multiple Spaces Across Beijing

The city of Beijing is currently hosting an exciting art carnival for young people, with the “100 Youth Art Season and 2024 Youth Art 100 Annual Exhibition” taking center stage. Held at the Guardian Art Center from April 20 to 28, the exhibition showcases the creative talents of nearly a hundred outstanding young artists, featuring a diverse range of art forms including traditional Chinese paintings, oil paintings, prints, and sculpture.

One of the highlights of this year’s 100 Youth Art Season is the specially curated “2024 Youth Art 100 Annual Exhibition”, which has introduced the “First Release Plan”. All the works on display are brand new creations by the 2023 shortlisted artists, making their debut in Beijing for the first time. Curator Liu Fangfei explained that the exhibition is centered around the theme of dreamcore, catering to the artistic tastes of the post-00s generation and offering visitors a glimpse into a dreamlike world.

The art extravaganza doesn’t stop there – “My Walden – Sun Tzu Yao’s Solo Exhibition” is also being showcased at the Guardian Art Center as part of the 100 Youth Art Season. Additionally, the Longfu 100 Youth Art Season is currently being held at the Longfu Temple until May 19, featuring a range of curated exhibitions, public events, and art markets.

In a bid to further engage the public, the organizers have launched “Hutong·100” as a parallel venue to the 100 Youth Art Season. Young curators have been invited to curate exhibitions in collaboration with various spaces across the city, offering a diverse range of art experiences to visitors. This initiative aims to create a vibrant and unique cultural scene for young people, bridging artistry with everyday life.

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The 100 Youth Art Season is set to continue until May 19, providing art enthusiasts and young people in Beijing with an enriching and immersive cultural experience. Don’t miss out on the chance to explore the dynamic and innovative artworks on display across the city!

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