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UK exhibition highlights Chinese contemporary studio crafts

By ZHENG WANYIN in London | China Daily Global | Updated: 2023-12-05 18:09
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Li Xiaoxin, curator of Asia Department at the Victoria and Albert Museum, monitors the condition of the exhibit Loop #3 by Huang Jing on Aug 21 at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. [Photo provided to China Daily]

The mountain has long been a motif in Chinese art and something that has loomed over traditional handcrafts.

One of the most obvious examples of it is seen in Chinese blue-and-white ceramics, with mountains and waters applied to the body of the piece, stroke by stroke.

Throughout the long history of China's porcelain exports, the painted landscape has helped create a mysterious image of China in the West.

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