Works by contemporary Chinese artist Han Shuli, renowned for paintings with a Tibetan flavor, will go on show on Sept. 29 here before touring Macao and Taiwan.
The exhibit will contain nearly one hundred paintings created by Han over the past 40 years during which he has devoted himself to Tibet and helped many painters from the Tibetan minority group establish themselves in the art world, according to Monday's press release from the events' organizers.
Born in Beijing in 1948 and of the Han ethic group, Han is a member of the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles (CFLAC) and chairman of Tibet Federation of Literary and Art Circles. His works have won many domestic and overseas awards and have been exhibited in Paris, Tokyo and other cities.
The exhibit will last from Sept. 29 to Oct. 8 in Beijing's National Art Museum of China before shows in Macao and Taiwan, said the release.
The exhibit is jointly sponsored by various organizations including CFLAC and the publicity department of the Party Committee of the Tibet Autonomous Region.