Liu Jude, of the Mongol ethnicity, was born in Wulanchabu League of Inner Mongolia in 1946. He graduated from Central Academy of Art and Design in 1970, and started to work as an art editor of Yunnan Art Publishing House in 1973. In 1978, he was admitted as a graduate student, learning after professor Pang Xunqin, launching a comparative study between Chinese traditional decorative art and western modern art. He stayed in the school to teach after graduation. He served as vice president of the academy of fine arts under Tsinghua University. He is now a professor and doctoral supervisor and academic committee chairman of the painting department of the academy of fine arts, Tsinghua University. He is also the director of China Artists Association. This exhibition, a funded project of China Arts Foundation, puts on display 110 pieces of ink paintings, oil paintings and ceramic works that Liu has created over the years. They show his passionate, deep love for the land, his longing for life, and his pursuit of recovering original simplicity, great beauty and eternity, and self-transcendence.
NAMOC academic invitational series exhibition: Light of Chaos -- Liu Jude Art Exhibition
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- Venues：Hall 1、8、9