Brazil: Exhibition in Brasília brings together works by Chinese and Brazilian artists

In the works, the artists use traditional elements of their own culture, such as calligraphy, Chinese ink, and traces of socialist realist painting, to produce creative and impactful works focused on current and global issues.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Works that aesthetically translate the covid-19 pandemic, the inequalities of globalization, the fragility of matter, environmental problems, human hypocrisy, and the narrow and desolate territory of prejudice are gathered in the exhibition Behind the Great Wall - New Chinese and Brazilian Art. The show, which brings together works by Chinese and Brazilian artists, is open to the public until May 22 at the Art Museum of Subscribe to our Premium Membership Plan. Already Subscribed?