China News Service, Beijing, September 16th (Reporter Liu Dawei) The theme exhibition of the Chinese civilization series of purple sand works created by artist Xie Qiang opened on the 15th at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing.

The 60 pieces (sets) of themed Zisha works exhibited in this exhibition, ranging from "Ancient·Opening the World" to "Contemporary·Prosperity Renaissance", use Zisha teapots as the carrier to tell the history of Chinese civilization.

On September 15th, Beijing, visitors photographed Zisha works at the National Art Museum of China.

On the same day, the theme exhibition of "Chinese Civilization" series of purple sand works created by artist Xie Qiang opened at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing.

Photo by Tian Yuhao, China News Agency reporter

  It is understood that the creation of "Chinese Civilization" Zisha art began in 2012, with the splendid history of the development of Chinese civilization as the main line.

In the exhibition, the dynasty-themed Zisha tea table works attract visitors to stop and watch: the armor of the terracotta warriors and horses of the Qin Dynasty is used as the material work to express the majestic momentum of the Qin Dynasty; the works that draw on the elements of the lacquerware of the Han Dynasty express the simplicity and elegance of the Han Dynasty; "Tang" "Rhyme Tea Feast" uses the gold and silver craftsmanship of the Tang Dynasty as its materials, which is prosperous and luxurious; "Song Rhyme Tea Feast" expresses the minimalist aesthetics of the Song Dynasty.

  "During the creative process, the extensive and profound Chinese civilization inspired me a steady stream of inspiration. After this exhibition, in addition to continuing to complete the creation and continue to optimize, I also want to create more Chinese cultural series." Xie Qiang accepted Zhongxin Net reporter said in an interview.

On September 15th, Beijing, visitors photographed Zisha works at the National Art Museum of China.

On the same day, the theme exhibition of "Chinese Civilization" series of purple sand works created by artist Xie Qiang opened at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing.

Photo by Tian Yuhao, China News Agency reporter

  In the preface of the exhibition, Qiu Chunlin, director of the Arts and Crafts Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Arts, stated that as the "top tea set", Zisha has shown unprecedented popularity under the attention of more and more participants.

From tasting tea to tasting utensils, tasting art, and then extending to tasting culture, people's focus is constantly shifting, and the new history of purple sand is gradually accumulating.

Xie Qiang’s "Chinese Civilization" series of purple sand works on display this time draws on cultural and artistic symbols from different historical periods in the Qin, Han, Tang, Song, Yuan, and Ming Dynasties. They are both a tribute to historical culture and contemporary purple sand culture. Expansion.

  Before the Beijing exhibition, some works have been exhibited in Guangzhou, Nanjing and other places.

Xie Qiang said that he was gratified that as a part of traditional Chinese culture, Zisha works have been loved by more and more young people. "Through intuitive and vivid Zisha tea utensils (exhibition), he can gain a deeper understanding of the development history of Chinese civilization. They also find it meaningful." (End)

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