Recently, freelance artists welcomed the opening of the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party's themed works exhibition in Shanghai.

Under the guidance of the United Front Work Department of the Central Committee, the relevant departments of the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles and the United Front Work Department of the Shanghai Municipal Party Committee, this exhibition was promoted by the freelance branch of the National New Social Class Service Group, the Shanghai New Social Class Friends Association, and the Shanghai Fengxian District Committee. Jointly sponsored by the Ministry and the United Front Work Department, it brought together 200 original works from 200 freelance artists across the country, and opened an online exhibition hall simultaneously.

  The exhibition is divided into four sections: "movements of the times, splendid mountains and rivers, happy homeland, and a better life", focusing on the fine paintings of freelance artists Acura Party, Acura Motherland, Acura People, and Acura Times, which fully reflects the ten goals of the party. Since the 8th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the Party Central Committee with Comrade Xi Jinping as the core has led the whole Party and the people of all ethnic groups in the country to achieve brilliant achievements, which vividly reflects the home and country feelings of freelance artists who integrate lofty artistic ideals into the great cause of national rejuvenation and give back to the times with high-quality masterpieces. , highlighting the new social class people's unswerving determination to follow the party and their hard-working spirit.

  The holding of this art exhibition has aroused strong repercussions among the national freelance artist groups.

A total of 1,807 works were submitted by more than 1,000 artists, and many artists made special creations for the event.

The exhibition is held at the Fengxian District Museum in Shanghai and will last until November 29, and is free to the audience.

(Zhang Jian)

Responsible editor: [He Sanli]