Zhong Shuheng, a Manchurian, was born in 1946 in Liaoning, northeast China. He graduated from the high school attached to China Central Academy of Fine Arts in 1965, and from the department of decorative arts under Central Academy of Art and Design in 1970. From 1973 to 1979, he taught in the department of art, Kunming Teachers College, Yunnan province. In 1979, he was admitted to the Central Academy of Art and Design, as a graduate student of professor Wu Guanzhong, and stayed on campus as a teacher after graduation. He is now a professor of the academy of fine arts, Tsinghua University and a member of Chinese Artists Association. This exhibition, a funded project of China Arts Foundation, puts on display over 50 pieces of paintings of professor Zhong, which with plain, simple and restrained painting language, show his tender, gentle nature originating from the mind. Professor Zhong's paintings bear the spiritual character of Chinese traditional literati paintings, which is to observe things with heart. This is also a transformation of Chinese traditional freehand brushwork spirit in the contemporary age. Thanks to the nourishment of Chinese traditional aesthetics, it can always return to the origin of life.
NAMOC academic invitational series exhibition: Return to Nature -- Zhong Shuheng Art Exhibition
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- Venues：Hall 7