The Bronze sculpture 'Einstein' by Belarusian artist Konstantin Selikhanov. (Photo: Li Hao/GT)
The International Art Collection called ‘Harmonious Co-Existence’ kicked off at the National Art Museum of China on June 27 in Beijing. Over 200 artworks of about a hundred artists, including Pablo Picasso and Kaethe Kollwitz, will be on display. The International Art Collection runs until July 8.
The sculpture ‘Big Secret’ made from rubber and iron by Austrian artist Fiona Bay. (Photo: Li Hao/GT)
Visitors inspect Spanish painter Pablo Picasso’s oil paintings at the International Art Collection. (Photo: Li Hao/GT)
Visitors take photos of the International Art Collection at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing on June 29. The International Art Collection called 'Harmonious Co-Existence', which runs until July 8, features over 200 artworks from more than 60 countries and regions. (Photo: Li Hao/GT)