ISLAMABAD: Pakistan National Council of the Arts hosted the opening of “Star Moon Road,” a spectacular group exhibition featuring diverse and imaginative works by Chinese contemporary artists.
The exhibition showcases an intriguing mix of artistic expressions, including scrolls, sculptures, and various other mediums, offering a captivating exploration of Chinese culture and creativity.
The exhibition was inaugurated by Mr. Jamal Shah, Minister of National Heritage & Culture Division (NH&CD), and M. Ayoub Jamali, Director-General of PNCA. “Star Moon Road” brings together a curated selection of works by prominent Chinese contemporary artists, highlighting the rich artistic traditions and innovative approaches of Chinese art. The exhibition serves as a commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) Belt and Road Project, symbolizing the cultural exchange and artistic collaboration between the two nations.
The exhibition consists of a diverse array of artworks, including intricately crafted scrolls, awe-inspiring sculptures, and mixed-media creations that blend tradition with modernity. Each piece tells a unique story, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in the beauty and depth of Chinese contemporary art. The event was a celebration of artistic excellence and cultural harmony, reinforcing the bond between Pakistan and China through the language of art.
“The CPEC Belt and Road Project has not only strengthened economic ties but has also paved the way for cultural exchange. Star Moon Road beautifully captures the essence of this collaboration, showcasing the artistic brilliance of Chinese creators.” – Mr. Jamal Shah, Minister of NH&CD. The Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) is a premier cultural institution dedicated to promoting and preserving Pakistan’s diverse artistic heritage. With a commitment to fostering artistic excellence and cross-cultural understanding, PNCA serves as a hub for creativity and innovation in the country.