London: Justina Mutale, Founder & CEO of POSITIVE RUNWAY and African Woman of the Year has been invited to officiate at the Opening and VIP Private Viewing of the Zhen Shan Ren Chinese International Art Exhibition, which will be graced by celebrities, dignitaries, diplomats, and other personalities from the creative arts and the media at the IL Bottacco, 9 Grosvenor Place, Belgravia, London SW1X 7SH, on Wednesday 6th August 2014, from 6.00 p. m. – 8.30 p.m.
Accepting the invitation, Ms Mutale, who is also a Peace Ambassador and a Global Official of Dignity UK Humanitarian Ambassador said, “I am humbled to be invited to Open this prestigious international Art Exhibition. I believe art has this amazing ability to unite people all across the globe as it allows us to put aside our differences and appreciate the diversity of world cultures”.
The spectacular Exhibition, titled “The Art of Zhen Shan Ren International Art Exhibition”, has toured 50 countries and 800 cities around the world since July 2004. The Public Exhibition in London will run from Thursday 7th till Saturday 16th August 2014 from 9.30 a.m. – 6.30 p.m. and Sunday from 9.00 a. m to 4.00 p.m.
The Belgravia Exhibition and will feature 18 Chinese artists, with 4 of the artists being former prisoners of the Chinese concentrations camps, and includes the deeply expressive renaissance-style oil painting and traditional Chinese watercolour by world renowned Chinese Art Director, Professor Zhang Kunlun, whose work and great sculptures are featured in WHO’S WHO in the world of Art, bringing together a collection of diverse artists following his detention as a prisoner of conscience in China for his practice of Falun Gong – an ancient Chinese tradition of peace of mind through meditation and self purification.
“This Art Exhibition aims to provide an understanding of Chinese culture and to promote cultural exchange through paintings that portray pure truth, pure compassion and pure beauty to help humanity to return art to its rightful path in a world where people’s aesthetic sense has been warped to the point where they can no longer distinguish between good and evil”. Says Miatra Miraftabi, organizer of the Exhibition
Exhibiting artists hope to not only provide an artistic feast, but also to provide a greater sense of meaning in life that seeks to carry forward humankind’s traditional values and culture by demonstrating the beauty of legends of virtue and a connection through a common love of expressive peaceful arts.
The Exhibition walks viewers on a glorious path, leaving such valuable footsteps that only history can judge in a world where people’s aesthetic sense has already warped to the point where they can no longer distinguish between good and evil.
In the Exhibition, the artists grapple with questions of good and evil, as well as divinity and the true meaning of life and how divinity wins against evil. This splendid art captures the immeasurable beauty in pure compassion and peace and harmony. Artists express a universal value, which ultimately leaves viewers with a sense of hope, love and kindness.
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