Representatives of The Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy attended the opening of the exhibition “Museum of Soviet lifestyle” in the State Duma
Recently, on May 28th, Valiakhmetov Rustem, the Director of Museum of Soviet lifestyle, was a guest at the exhibition “Great Chinese calligraphy and painting” at the State Duma. Soon thereafter, on June the 11th, the delegation from the Association of Russian Private Museums and Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy attended the the grand opening of the exhibition “Museum of Soviet lifestyle” at the State Duma, coinciding with Russia Day.
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Renmin Huabao publishing corporation and China magazine support projects of Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy
The publishing corporation Renmin Huabao and China magazine became the two of the key partners supporting the successful Great Russian and Chinese Calligraphy exhibition held in the State Duma, as well as the forthcoming large-scale exhibition of the Great Chinese Calligraphy and Painting scheduled for September 20-22 in Sokolniki Exhibition and Convention Centre.
On May 30, 2019 a delegation of the Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy led by its Director, Alexey Shaburov visited the official opening of the international festival “Intermuseum-2019” in Moscow Manege. This year’s instance of the event is themed around “Professionals’ Dialogue” and features new Russian museums under three years.
Yuan Pu, one of the first participants of calligraphy exhibitions orchestrated by the Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy, is also featured at the exhibition hosted at the State Duma between May 28 and 31, 2019, with his artworks “We Build the Motherland Together Under One Belt – One Road Policy,” and “May the Friendship between China and Russia Last Forever.”
The Great Russian and Chinese Calligraphy exhibition, which is underway between May 28 and 31, 2019, features the artworks by leading calligraphers from Foshan – they are a quote from the collection of stories “The Garden of Expressions” by member of Presidium of Guangdong Association of Calligraphers Wang Zhimin, and an artwork named “The Sky and The Sea” by renowned He Zhibin.
A unique project continues in the State Duma of the Russian Federation - an exhibition of calligraphy, which exhibits unique samples of Russian and Chinese calligraphy from leading masters. The event is timed to the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China
On May 28, 2019, a delegation from Shanghai, a large Chinese urban centre, visited the Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy. The delegation included representatives of Shanghai People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, and the Foreign Affairs Office of Shanghai led by Deputy Chief Officer, Jing Ying.
Director of the National Centre for Manuscripts and Rare Books visited Sokolniki Exhibition and Convention Centre
The last Monday Sokolniki Exhibition and Convention Centre was visited by one of the guests of honour attending the Great Russian and Chinese Calligraphy exhibition, which opens today in the State Duma of the Russian Federation – Zhandos Boldykov. Director of the National Centre for Manuscripts and Rare Books of the Ministry of Culture and Sport in the Republic of Kazakhstan arrived a day before to meet with Alexey Shaburov, Director of the Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy.