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Zhiwei Tu Art Exhibitionat Liu Hai Su Art Museum in ShangHai
The Ceremony of the Opening of Tu Exhibition
In 1981 Tu Zhiwei received an appointment as Professor of Fine Arts at Guangzhou Institute. One of his great masterpieces,...
Girl for wedding
Wedding wine
Playing pipa   Dancing with Wine
Hang dancing 101.5x101.5 cm 1996   Study for “Dancing with playing Pipa”
Prelude to dancing with pipa
Pipa dance
Dunhuang 101x76 cmDunhuang music and dance no.3 122x91.5cm 1997
Learning from each other in the 9 th century                             (stolen 1997)
Music and dance in Tang dinasty 177,8x396,2 (1980-1996)
Dancind with his sword
Wang Zhaojun,The Peacemaker
Peaceful Life by dance and Music 146x346cm
Dancers, Bells, Ancient Music
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Music and dancing paintings series of large and medium-sized oil paintings by Zhiwei Tu, only a few of which are reproduced here, was inspired by the ancient Dunhuang cave murals, first thoroughly discovered by archeologists only a few decades ago, when artist Tu was a graduate student. The Buddhist cave paintings are more than 2,000 years old and depict a lively culture of music, dancing, love, and enjoyment of life.

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    Thank you Marie for stopping by, interest and kindness, thanks
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    Mulţumesc Virginia. Şi pe mine m-au impresionat lucrările acestui Artist, dar şi viaţa lui....
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  • Multumesc pentru regalul oferit prin cele patru serii ale proiectului Zhivei Tu,in aceasta seara m-am desfatat privindu-i opera,cel mai mult mi-a placut partea a doua(am si notat-o la favorite),asta si datorita aranjamentului oferit de prezentatoare.Multumesc foarte mult si felicitari pentru aceasta prezentare.
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    Gracias Pilar, MIL GRACIAS
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  • "Dancers, Bells, Ancient Music" is a vision that uses the sounds of music to convey its meaning. Tu was inspired by the ancient bells and woodwind instruments that were unique to Chinese musical tradition over two thousand years ago. As a contrast to the other paintings in this series, the painting represents something aside from the chaotic events in Chinese history: the peace that did exist. With his choice of visual and artistic shapes and colors, Tu is able to successfully highlight the time period when joy and prosperity was a common motif of everyday life.
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    1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/michaelasanda-1614042-tu-zhiwei2/
    2. 2. Zhiwei Tu Art Exhibitionat Liu Hai Su Art Museum in ShangHai
    3. 3. The Ceremony of the Opening of Tu Exhibition
    4. 4. In 1981 Tu Zhiwei received an appointment as Professor of Fine Arts at Guangzhou Institute. One of his great masterpieces, Seven-Step Poem, was featured on Guangdong television as a prize-winning work in the Sixth National Art Exhibition. He also participated in three national exhibitions and as a result was invited to become a member of the prestigious Chinese Artists Association. In 1986 the Guangdong Artists Association held a famous serial show called "the Galaxy Exhibition." The first show was titled, “Tus Recent Paintings," and it was a huge success. His renown as one of Chinas most promising painters was assured. One-man shows followed in such leading Asian cities as Hong Kong, Tokyo, Kula Lumpur, Malaysia, Taipei, and Bangkok. His works also were exhibited in international shows in Canada, Algeria, and France. Zhiwei Tus paintings have been added to the permanent collections of many notable Chinese museums, including the National Museum in Beijing. His works have been shown throughout China and featured in Fine Art magazine of China, Painter of Fine Art of Hong Kong, Artist Magazine of Taiwan, and various art books and magazines in the U.S. Articles about Tu and his paintings appear regularly in many major art magazines including Art Gallery of Guangdong, and Art Gallery of Tiangjing, Jiangsu Art Magazine, Guangdong Pictorial Magazine, and Zhejiang Pictorial Magazine, as well as on Chinas television news and in many newspapers. Since the 80s, Tu began creating large paintings in order to represent the brilliance and magnificence of Chinese epics.Self portrait
    5. 5. Girl for wedding
    6. 6. Wedding wine
    7. 7. Playing pipa Dancing with Wine
    8. 8. Hang dancing 101.5x101.5 cm 1996 Study for “Dancing with playing Pipa”
    9. 9. Prelude to dancing with pipa
    10. 10. Pipa dance
    11. 11. Dunhuang 101x76 cmDunhuang music and dance no.3 122x91.5cm 1997
    12. 12. Learning from each other in the 9 th century (stolen 1997)
    13. 13. Music and dance in Tang dinasty 177,8x396,2 (1980-1996)
    14. 14. Dancind with his sword
    15. 15. Wang Zhaojun,The Peacemaker
    16. 16. Peaceful Life by dance and Music 146x346cm
    17. 17. Dancers, Bells, Ancient Music
    18. 18. Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Chen Kang and He Zhanhao - Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto (fragment)

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