“It’s Fenghua Zhengmao” themed special exhibition: a number of blockbuster works come out for the first time
Chinanews.com, Hangzhou, June 3 (Huang Lingyi) “It’s the Prosperity and Prosperity-Themed Exhibition to Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Founding of the Communist Party of China” held in Zhejiang Exhibition Hall from 3rd to 13th of this month. In the exhibition, “Millions of Heroes Crossing the River”, “Map of the Liberation of the Southwestern March”, “Map of the Material Exchange Conference”, “New Language on the Silk Road” and many other heavily treasured works appeared for the first time. Works such as “Clouds” and “Sound of Peace” made their debut.
This exhibition takes history as the outline and time as the axis. It insists on the “literary heart and courage” throughout the exhibition, and reflects the “literary and historical sense” with revolutionary deeds and the light of literature and history, through Chinese traditional art and modern new media art. It shows the story of a century of party history in a combined form, and presents the concrete and sensible “people’s nature” and “revolution” through works of art. Through “returning to the scene of party history”, one can feel the great changes in the century under the leadership of the Communist Party of China. In the history, it draws on the strength of moving forward, and demonstrates Zhejiang’s glorious mission and demeanor of conscientiously guarding the “red roots” and struggling to create an “important window”.
Pan Yun’s “Material Exchange Conference Picture” courtesy of Zhejiang Provincial Museum of Literature and History
“A Million Heroes Crossing the River” by Bai Fan, an old librarian of Zhejiang Provincial Museum of Literature and History, is a good example of concrete and The sensible “people” and “revolutionary”.
On April 20, 1949, the all-out civil war had come to an end. On the 21st, Mao Zedong and Zhu De ordered the entire army to annihilate all Kuomintang reactionaries who dared to resist in China. That night, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army’s one-million-strong division crossed the Yangtze in three routes. On the 23rd, the Third Field Army of Chen Yi on the East Road occupied Nanjing. After Mao Zedong heard the news, he wrote “Seven Laws: The People’s Liberation Army Occupies Nanjing”.
The first couplet in the poem is “Zhongshan rises from wind and rain, and millions of heroes cross the river.” Bai Fan’s painting depicts the majestic scene of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army crossing the river to liberate Nanjing, majestic, majestic and powerful .
p >Lu Guogang’s “New Words on the Silk Road” Photo courtesy of Zhejiang Academy of Painting
Pan Yun’s work “Map of Marching to the Southwest of Liberation of the Great Southwest”, the former deputy curator of Zhejiang Provincial Museum of Literature and History, is also the main character of the People’s Liberation Army. On November 1, 1949, the “Southwest Campaign” began. The battle lasted 57 days. The Chinese People’s Liberation Army liberated all or most of Sichuan, Kang, Yunnan, and Guizhou, as well as the last more than 50 provinces of Hunan, Hubei, Shaanxi, and Gansu. City. Pan Yun completed this magnificent advancing scene with a long scroll.
Pan Yun was one of the stars of the Chinese painting circle. As early as the early 1950s, he was already one of the pioneers of Zhejiang style landscape and figure painting.
In this exhibition, there is a large-scale painting that occupies the entire wall. In the painting, you can see Chinese cloth dealers, foreign merchants, models wearing Chinese clothes… 59 personalities are scattered and scattered. Fashionable and vivid, it presents a prosperous and open modern Jiangnan cloth city. This is the work “Silk Road New Language” created by the full-time painter Lu Guogang of Zhejiang Painting Academy with the theme of “One Belt One Road”.
According to the introduction, “Silk Road New Language” is a project supported by the National Art Fund. Under the theme of “One Belt One Road”, Lu Guogang adopts the method of combining work and writing to integrate Zhejiang Keqiao China Light The trade scene of the textile city and the scene of the model show are organically blended, forming a picture of friendly trade exchanges between people of all countries.
Lu Guogang publicly stated: “This Chinese painting is to show the great driving force of China as the new engine of the world economy from the front. Through the depiction of various characters in China Textile City, it reflects Keqiaobu from one side. It is full of grand occasions all over the world.”
In addition to the first appearance of these treasured works, there are also many masters of art who have specially created works for this exhibition.
Among them, Zhu Bingren, a representative inheritor of the national intangible cultural heritage, a librarian of Zhejiang Provincial Museum of Literature and History, and a master of Chinese arts and crafts, created the bronze sculpture “Flags Like Mountains and Air Like Clouds.”
Introduced by the organizer, Zhu Bingren created copper melting installation art with the theme of “Wind and thunder, banners and flags”, and cast a banner stained with blood and red with the passion of fire. In terms of work craftsmanship, he adopted his original invented “melting copper art” to allow copper to flow freely in a molten state, presenting the work’s flowing copper ink stamping method and flowing momentum.
It is reported that under the guidance of the Propaganda Department of the Zhejiang Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China and the Party History and Literature Research Office of the Zhejiang Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China, this exhibition is hosted by the Zhejiang Provincial Museum of Literature and History, the Zhejiang Painting Academy, and the Zhejiang Branch of the China News Agency. (End)