National exhibition agency celebrates 70th anniversary

By Lin Qi | | Updated: 2021-01-04 13:21
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This file photo shows Robert Raucchenberg at his solo exhibition at the National Art Museum of China in 1985. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Since its establishment 70 years ago, China International Exhibition Agency has been dedicated to the cultural exchanges between China and the world. 

It holds exhibitions around the world to introduce Chinese art and artists to a global audience, such as an Auguste Rodin exhibition at the National Art Museum of China in 1993. Meanwhile, it mounts exhibitions at home to introduce a lineup of international artists to domestic audience.

The agency also boasts a rich collection of works by great Chinese artists over the past decades.

At a recent ceremony at the Central Academy of Fine Arts to celebrate its 70th anniversary, the agency showcased some 70 artworks from its collection.

The agency has begun digitalizing its accumulation of art and plans to tour these works at museums at home and abroad.

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