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Dongguan photographer invited to exhibit in Ukraine
2019-06-19 09:41     Source : Dongguan Today

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Recently, Li Yihua (R, Chairman of the Dongguan Young Photographers Association) was invited to participate in the exhibition in Kiev, Ukraine. 

Photography is a borderless art. It needs no words to penetrate people's heart and spark public interest. Recently, Li Yihua (Chairman of the Dongguan Young Photographers Association) was invited to participate in the exhibition in Kiev, Ukraine. His works, a group of photographs titled "the wedding ceremony of the Pamirs", featured the wedding customs of Tajik on the border between China and Afghanistan. With regional and cultural characteristics, this group of photographs has a distinct personal style and characteristics, and he has thus become the only photographer selected for this exhibition in Guangdong Province.

As a special exhibition celebrating the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, the Chinese and Ukrainian photography art series exhibitions was held at the Ukrainian Central Artists Exhibition Hall from 24th May to 5th June. The event was jointly organized by the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Ukraine, the Ukrainian Ministry of Culture, the Liaoning Provincial People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, the Liaoning Provincial Photographers Association, the Ukrainian National Photographers Association, the Ukrainian National Artists Association, the Ukrainian Overseas Chinese Association and the Ukrainian National Institute of Culture & Art Management.

The exhibition featured the theme of China's magnificent natural scenery and China's new era. It presented 100 representative works by 13 photographers among 703 famous Chinese photographers. Another 50 works taken by Ukrainian photographers featuring Chinese in their eyes were also selected for the exhibition, which aims to strengthen friendly exchange between Chinese and Ukrainian peoples and promote cooperation and development of photographic art between both countries.

Editor: 谭晶