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“Pashmin Art Circulation” museum exhibition series show a wide range of exhibits from the categories of sculpture, painting, photography, installation and video art. The achievements of each artist are seen in his or her individual and national artistic language. To understand the foreign means first and foremost to learn about its cultural background, to perceive and to accept the difference, and at the same time to discover the similarities and coincidences.

In the course of globalization and internationalization, the multicultural coexistence of different ethnic groups has turned to be a hallmark of modern societies. Taking this diversity as normality is a task that should be increasingly brought into attention in our social interactions, daily and in the long run; it should be taken as something not just local, tied to one place, but as an international experience. Now we live in a world where new opportunities for development reside in the distance and proximity. In this new world, it is important to re-explore the possibilities of understanding, tolerance, acceptance and versatility while tracing them in their changing expressions. It is both a ground-breaking signal and an invitation.

The aim of these circulating exhibitions is to build bridges between different cultures, open new perspectives and make visions come true. Above all, it is important to dismantle prejudices, to change thoughts to the positive mode and to connect people from different nations.

We are looking for emerging artists for “Pashmin Art Circulation” museum exhibition series.
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Museums

Museum of Contemporary Art Beijing

Exhibition: partnerships

This international group exhibition, entitled partnerships exhibits the works of more than 30 artists from over seven countries and forms a part of a whole and represents an interactive relationship between cultures. The artworks provide an insight into contemporary, current art.

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Mark Rothko Art Museum

Exhibition: Worlds of Dream and Fantasy

We all remember that we have had dreams from childhood till now. You simply do not find any person who has not dreamed a dream during his life time. And apart from medieval manuscripts on interpretation of dreams, Freud’s seminal work lent a high significance to dreams in psychology.

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Museum of Contemporary Art Beijing

Exhibition: Borders and Bridges

While in very ancient life, not society, the land was considered like the air we breathe, that is, without borders, the creation of very early societies and clans slowly and slowly led to creation of borders where each clan had to protect its territory.

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Museum of Contemporary Art Beijing

Exhibition: vibrARTion 2015

Beijing, Hamburg and Guilin are far away from each other in terms of regional locations. However, they are all closely related to the development of the vibrARTion project.

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Mark Rothko Art Museum

Exhibition: Helga Kreuzritter: A glance at five decades od sculpting and painting

The works trigger spontaneous emotions in the viewer, ranging from funny to humorous, from satirical to serious and sad. No feeling seems to be unknown to the artist, and therefore each work challenges the viewer to be individually recorded, understood and appreciated in the consequences arising from this.

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Big Art Museum

Exhibition: What is a Museum? An Educational Art Exhibition

This exhibition focuses on defining the functions of an art museum to general public and also to students in special educational tours.

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Kiew National Museum of Russian Art

Exhibition: From East to West, a Cultural Exhibition of International Artists in Kiev

With art, as a common language, there is no need for interpreter: everyone can feel at home. Everything art needs is a wall, place and men so that they can see the works until art enlightens them.

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