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Competition of artistic achievements and social behaviors of contemporary artists

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concept of the East highly values the positive relationship between the quality of artistic works and the author’s morality. According to this painting concept, artistic achievements of contemporary artists and their behaviors in fulfilling social responsibilities will be measured during the competition, which will be held by CPI (City Alliance and lasts for three years.


Long Xuming, president of CPI, will be the one competitors need to challenge. As a senior contemporary painter, he never stopped exploring different painting methods under each theme, which also contributes to his various and unique painting styles. He also opened a new way to draw natural sceneries, namely, Real-name Landscape Paintings, which not only adds the content of Chinese al Landscape Paintings but also promotes cultural exchange between the East and the West. In addition, during the past decades, he has initiated and hosted several social and cultural activities to benefit the public.


Judges of this competition include 7 world-renowned artists from all over the world. They will make a comprehensive judgment over competitors’ social behavior and artistic works. The list of judges and rules of the competition will be published in September 2012.


The opening ceremony of this competition will be held in Chengdu Du Fu Thatched Cottage Museum in Chengdu, capital city of Sichuan province. During the competition period, various painting exhibitions will also be held in the museum and other places of . On December 21st, 2012, the competition office will hold a painting exhibition of key competitors, a ceremony to celebrate the first publishing of painting collections of this competition and an awarding ceremony. papers, websites and television agencies will make all-around reports.


Ten competition items were established according to Long Xuming’s contributions to art and society. For more information,please visit .org/hh.

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