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Sculptures turn Zhejiang seaside into visual feast

By Zhang Zhouxiang (chinadaily.com.cn) Updated: 2016-09-13 10:34 Comments

Sculptures turn Zhejiang seaside into visual feast

The Print of Wind, by Feng Chongli from China. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Do you like sculptures? Imagine various kinds of sculptures put on the meadow in a park at the seaside - what a visual feast for sculpture lovers!

That's what the China Sculpture Institute is now doing in Haining, the seaside town in East China's Zhejiang province. By holding an international sculpture exhibition and inviting sculptors from around the world to share their works, they have made the local seaside park a paradise of fine sculptures.

"Sculpture parks have long been a popular scenery in developed countries, but it is rather new in China", says Zeng Chenggang, president of CSI, at the opening ceremony of the exhibition, held on Monday. "It is an essential step in making the art of sculpture popular because it allows people to touch the sculptures at zero distance. We hope to make the idea popular in China, too."

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