月11日，在联合国教科文组织总部米罗厅隆重开幕。 "Looking for Peace · Zhang Xuguang Cursive Art Paris Exhibition" hosted by UNESCO, the Chinese delegation to UNESCO, the Rongbaozhai Court, and the Beilanting Art Center, was held at UNESCO on December 11 , local time. The organization's headquarters Miro Hall was grandly opened. 余人出席了开幕式和展览活动。 Faure, Assistant Director-General of UNESCO, Zhai Jun, Chinese Ambassador to France, Du Yue, Deputy Director of the Chinese National Commission for UNESCO, Angola, Greece, Afghanistan, Poland, India, Netherlands, Côte d'Ivoire, Syrian Ambassador to UNESCO , Algeria, more than 300 people from France, Russia, Portugal, Cambodia, Serbia deputy representatives, key figures, and French artists, Beilanting Chinese calligraphy and painting delegation attended the opening ceremony and exhibition activities. The opening ceremony was hosted by Shen Yang, Chinese ambassador to UNESCO.
年被列入联合国教科文组织人类非物质文化遗产名录。 Zhai Jun said in his speech: Chinese calligraphy was included in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List of Humankind in 2009 . Mr. Zhang Xuguang is a famous calligrapher in China. His cursive works have taken into account both tradition and innovation, and have achieved a high level of artistic attainment. I believe that even people who do not understand Chinese characters can get beautiful feelings from these flowing and unrestrained lines from the outstanding works on display today. Calligraphy is a special means of expressing expressions in Chinese people, carrying the spirit of Chinese culture, philosophical thinking and aesthetic concepts for thousands of years. UNESCO is a United Nations specialized agency aimed at promoting education, science and cultural exchanges and cooperation among countries around the world. It is the highest hall of dialogue among civilizations in the world. The theme of this exhibition's hope for peace is in keeping with UNESCO's concept of promoting lasting peace. Enhancing understanding and trust between civilizations through cultural exchanges is the only way to promote peace. Welcome Mr. Xuguang Zhang to France, to UNESCO and wish the exhibition a complete success.
In his speech, Falter said: The theme of the exhibition "Looking for Peace" follows the "beauty of neutrality" of Chinese Confucianism. Chinese calligraphy brings this beauty to the world and promotes the beauty and harmony of the world. Chinese calligraphy is a human heritage An important part of the work is a part of multiculturalism. Even if we do not know the language of Chinese characters, we can feel the beauty from the smooth lines of these works. The exhibition conveys an extremely compelling purpose, the moral of which is to promote world cultural exchanges and the pursuit of human peace.
Mr. Zhang Xuguang thanked the opening ceremony and donated his works to UNESCO. He said: The works in this exhibition are all cursive, and the content is centered on the theme of "hope for peace", and different contents show different forms and styles. It not only strives to reflect the in-depth penetration of traditional classics, but also strives to express a strong era spirit and modern aesthetic consciousness; at the same time, it also increases the form factors of international aesthetic synaesthesia to achieve the aesthetic resonance of different nations and countries.
On the opening day, Zhang Xuguang was invited to hold an academic lecture on the "International Value of Chinese Cursive Art" and interacted with well-known French artists and on-site audiences.