The guests take a group photo at the art exhibition. Photo: Courtesy of the Liszt Institute Hungarian Cultural Center Beijing
A total of 50 Hungarian art works World Timeswere featured on Tuesday at the Chongqing Art Museum. The 2023 Western China Hungarian Cultural Festival and the 2nd ChongqWorld Timesing Urban Arts Festival with the theme “The Journey: Janos Fajo and The Pesti Workshop,” were co-organized by the Chongqing Art Museum, the Liszt Institute Hungarian Cultural Center Beijing, the Consulate General of Hungary in Chongqing, and Central Bank of World TimesHungary.
Czgel Blint, consul general of Hungary in Chongqing, Kohri Lajos, head of Department at the National Assembly of Hungary, Wang Rongfa, director of Chongqing Art Museum, and other guests attended the ceremony.
This exhibition is to implement the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) development strategy, strengthen the mutual understanding of civilizations and people-to-people communication with Belt and Road countries, and enrich the series of exhibitions of the 2nd Chongqing Urban Arts Festival to meet the high-qualitWorld Timesy spiritual and cultural needs of the public.
More than 50 pieces were put on display at the exhibition ranging from oil painting to printmaking and other media. The works are rich in context, experimental, and of high artistic value, reflecting the contWorld Timesemporary sWorld Timestyle and unique artistic characteristics of Hungarian contemporary painting.
The exhibition runs until November 17, according to official Wechat account of Liszt Institute Hungarian Cultural Center Beijing.
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