08okt/19

Beyond the Fragrance of Books Art Exhibition 25/10 – 24/11

“书斋•中国”当代艺术展” Beyond the Fragrance of Books Study Rooms in Ancient and Modern China Art Exhibition 25/10 – 24/11 Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 10 – 17 Three Exhibition Spaces Space One – Pure Form Exhibit Chinese study room in a traditional way as one desk, one chair in one room. The four Chinese traditional precious articles, Writing Brush, Ink Stick, Ink Stone and Rice Paper, along with refined playthings, are exhibited by artworks of artists Fan Zhuo, Jia Wei, Xirong Liu and Zhenyu Gao (pottery), also from works of Pure Form (furniture). Space Two – Modern Grace China Inspiration from the silk roll “Listen to the Chinese Zither” by The Emperor Huizong Song of North Song Dynasty, ancient China. In the painting, only pine trees, bamboos and stones are used to describe courtyards. As if harmonious melody is floating through the trees and bamboos. Everything combined and described a sceneRead More…

30aug/19

“Contemporary Chinese and Swedish Book Design Exhibition”

A book is a book is a book Book Design Exhibition 18 September – 18 October 2019     From September 18 to October 18, China Cultural Center in Stockholm will present “Contemporary Chinese and Swedish Book Design exhibition”. 101 book designers from China and Sweden will display their 220 works that either are the winners of the annual competitions of “The Beauty of Books in China” or “Swedish Book Art”. Workshops and seminars will be held to further spread the Beauty of the books. Collaborators with China Cultural Center in Stockholm are the Book Design Committee of the Publishers Association of China, Ulmaja & Co and Svensk Bokkonst (Swedish Book Art), with support from Konstnärsnämnden (Swedish Art Board) and Arctic Paper. Welcome to an unique and inspiring exhibition! Exhibition schedule 4/10 Seminar What is book design Some seats still left! For more information and ticket booking: mail@cccstockholm.org 9 designersRead More…

17jul/19

“@China” global short video contest

@China through a lens “@China” global short video contest now accepting submissions The “@China” global short video contest, sponsored by the People’s Daily, is underway. The contest is accepting work from short video creators, enthusiasts, and bloggers worldwide from June 18 to August 15. Candidates can enter by logging on to the contest’s official website (hellochina.pdnews.cn) and submit a 3-minute or less video. The contest will run from June to September and is divided into multiple stages including submission gathering, judge evaluation, public viewing, and outstanding work recognition. Prizes for first, second, third place and awards for Most Creative, Best Photography Best Editing, Best Animation Design, Best Visual Effect, Most Popular, and Outstanding Organization, with a top cash bonus upwards of 100,000 yuan. New form, multiple perspectives, encouraging netizens to create In recent years, the short video has become the fastest growing global internet phenomenon. More people are using shortRead More…

24maj/19

China Cultural Week Program

China cultural Week – Beautiful Anhui Program Performances Shadow Theatre: June 3 at 17.30-18.30 pm June 4 at 13:00-14:00 and 17:00-18:00 June 5 at 9:00-10:00 am   Show with Huangmei Opera, Anhui Opera and Folk music: June 4 at 14:00-15:00 and 18:00-19:00 Exhibitions: Beautiful Anhui Photo Exhibition June 2 – 5 More than 40 pictures showing Anhui’s beautiful scenery and Huipai architecture Anhui Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition June 2 – 5 Traditional Arts and Crafts shown: Hulu pyrography (Hefei) Xuehua paper-cut (Maanshan) Huizhou stone carving (Huangshan) Hongbin silk painting (Maanshan) Shangpai clay figurines (Huaibei). English translators will assist viewers to interact with the artists on site  

20maj/19

Shanghai Pudong Today Painting Exhibition

PUDONG TODAY – Pudong Art Work Exhibition; In Celebration of the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China and the 29th Anniversary of Development and Opening-up of Pudong,  Shanghai. Presentation This collection of 37 paintings was brought from Pudong Shanghai, China located on the west coast of the Pacific Ocean across the vast ocean to Stockholm, Sweden on the shore of the Baltic Sea. As a window to the modern Pudong and today’s China, this collection, presents a fusion of Chinese and Western forms of art, including oil paintings and water color paintings originated respectively from the West and Chinese traditional ink paintings and realistic paintings, and offers a blend of pictures of Pudong by invited painters from across China and ink paintings by local artists. The year 2019 marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China and the 29th anniversaryRead More…

15Dec/18

Fotoutställningen Kina i svenskarnas ögon öppnades på kinesiska kulturcentret i Stockholm

Fotoutställningen Kina i svenskarnas ögon öppnades på kinesiska kulturcentret i Stockholm den 15 december 2018 och pågår till sista januari 2019. Genom ett antal svenska fotografers och mediefolks lins skildras naturlandskap och mänsklig kultur i Kina. Kinesiske ambassadören i Sverige Gui Congyou invigde utställningen i närvaro av den svenske landskapsfotografen Claes Grundsten och andra gäster. Fler än 100 personer deltog i invigningen, både svenskar från alla håll och utlandskineser. I sitt tal sa Gui Congyou att utställningen är ett positivt resultat av vänskapliga utbyten mellan Kina och Sverige. Utställningen organiseras gemensamt av tidningen Green Post och den svenska tidskriften Kamera & Bild och visar bilder från två olika resor: I augusti i fjol inbjöds Green Post-redaktören Xuefei Chen Axelsson tillsammans med 14 journalister från 13 länder till Xinjiang, för att längs silkesvägarna se Xinjiangs utveckling inom turism och industri. De åkte igenom både Gobiöknen, skogar, berg och sjöar. Den andraRead More…